"Old fat Mexican b****es": Twin sisters arrested for sick racial attack on Hispanic family; charged with hate crime

The clip of the racist rant was posted on Facebook by Carlos Ruiz, whose mom was targeted by the two white sisters.


                            "Old fat Mexican b****es": Twin sisters arrested for sick racial attack on Hispanic family; charged with hate crime

Twin sisters from Colorado were reportedly arrested and are facing assault and hate crime charges for launching a racist rant at a Hispanic family reports state. The incident came to light when a clip of the incident was posted on social media. The footage, captured on a cellphone camera, shows two 26-year-old white women — Natasha and Shala Fross — embroiled in a brawl with a woman and her daughter on a residential street in Commerce City, according to the New York Post.

The sisters can be seen quarreling with the Hispanic family in this image. (Screenshot/YouTube)
The sisters can be seen quarreling with the Hispanic family in this image. (Screenshot/YouTube)

One of the sisters can be heard shouting in the clip, saying: "Look at yourself compared to me! Who are you? Who are you compared to us," while the other sister yells: "old fat Mexican b—-es."

The video shows police officers arriving at the scene of the incident and asking the women to go wait at their house, however, the sisters continue to yell at the family and claim that they were attacked. 



One of the officers then confronts the women and says: "This is not looking good for you. Go wait at your house." When the women continue to stand there, the officer warns them, saying: "You talk back to them one more time, you are going to jail."

The clip of the racist rant was posted on Facebook by Carlos Ruiz, whose mom was the target of the attack. Ruiz wrote that his mother was at the neighbor's house "when these 2 girls started screaming from across the street racist things, saying how TF do Mexicans have money 2 own houses we do and have the cars we do, saying stuff like leave our country!!”

"That’s when my mom started walking back to our house and these girls ran up 2 her and started punching her and pulling on her hair!" Ruiz wrote in the post.

One of the twins can be seen pulling the hair of the Latina woman. (Twitter/Screenshot)
One of the twins can be seen pulling the hair of the Latina woman. (Twitter/Screenshot)

The man continued stating that seeing his mother getting harassed by the women, his sister came out of the house to ask them to go away, and the women started hitting her too. “[S]o then they both started hitting my sister, I tried helping her and so did my brother in law but she just told us not 2 touch these girls because we could get in trouble, so we stayed back and recorded and took pictures for evidence," Ruiz continued.

"We aren’t here to harm anyone! just live a life like everyone else! this is the type of stuff we have 2 deal with for wanting a better life!" he added.

The women continued to be at the incident site despite police officers warning them to go wait at their house. (Screenshot/YouTube)
The women continued to be at the incident site despite police officers warning them to go wait at their house. (Screenshot/YouTube)

Ruiz also slammed President Trump, saying that the Republican promotes racism. "People think racism is a joke…its 2018 and this is the stuff our president promotes!!" he said.

Ruiz, while talking to FOX31 Denver in an interview, said that he had not seen the Fross sisters before the incident and that they "were just going crazy."

One of the sisters yelling at a man from the Hispanic family. (Screenshot/YouTube)
One of the sisters yelling at a man from the Hispanic family. (Screenshot/YouTube)

"I had never seen them before. I didn’t even know they lived here, so it was weird. They were just screaming ‘fat Mexicans’ and ‘get out of here’ — things like, ‘who are you’… making it seem like we are less," Ruiz told FOX31 Denver.

The case is reportedly being handled by the Adams County District Attorney’s Office.