White Woman Calls 911 After Spotting Black Man Babysitting Children

Corey Lewis was in the parking lot of a Walmart in suburban Atlanta on Sunday when he says the woman approached and asked to check on the children, a 10-year-old girl and six-year-old boy.

When Lewis refused to let her speak with the girl, the woman followed him to his house and called 911 to request a welfare check on the children.

'I'm being followed and harassed,' Lewis tells the cop. 'I got two kids I'm babysitting.'

'She pulled up talking about, are the kids ok? Why wouldn't they be ok?' Lewis continues.

The police officer asks to speak with the children himself and Lewis protests, but the children get out of a nearby car and tell the officer that he is babysitting them.

The officer explains that he is just responding to the 911 call to make sure everything is fine. Lewis tells him that he works as a youth mentor.

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