DENVER — A distinguished Denver realtor was fired by RE/MAX for removing Black Lives Matter signs from yards in her neighborhood.
Denice Reich has offered residence throughout Denver for greater than three many years. The prosperous realtor lives within the metropolis’s Hilltop neighborhood.
A neighbor, who needed to stay nameless, launched screenshots from the social media app NextDoor that present Reich eradicating Black Lives Matter indicators. The nameless NextDoor person posted on the app, saying that the incident occurred on Aug. 1 round 6:30 a.m. He claims Reich had six to eight indicators in her SUV.
On Wednesday, Reich admitted she eliminated two Black Lives Matter indicators, one from her neighbor subsequent door and one other from a neighbor throughout the road. She added that she returned the indicators three hours later.
She stated in a telephone interview that the indicators have been as offensive as “KKK” indicators and referred to as the Black Lives Matter motion a “terrorist group” out to destroy America. Reich stated she apologized to her neighbors, however was not sorry for standing up in opposition to what she known as an anti-Semitic group she discovered extremely offensive. Reich added that she believes Black lives do matter and police reform must occur.
She claims her indicators in help of President Donald Trump have been faraway from her yard 4 separate instances.
In a press release, RE/MAX wrote that whereas everyone seems to be entitled to their views, they may not “in good religion proceed to affiliate with somebody who has taken one other individual’s property and trespassed in doing so.”
In Denver, eradicating an indication from non-public property falls below petty theft.
This story was initially printed by Adi Guajardo on KMGH in Denver.