Disney Star Racially Profiled And Physically Beaten By L.A. Police

rk1Do you remember the little girl from “A Time to Kill” or little Tina Turner, when she was the cute kid with the big voice in the choir on “What’s Love Got To Do With It?” Her name is Rae’Ven Kelly. She also played in the Vampire Slayer and Hannah Montana. Rae’ven is speaking out against the Los Angeles police who she say’s racially profiled her and arrested her.

According to Rae’Ven, Los Angeles police RACIALLY PROFILED her and tried to suggest that she “jumped the train” and didn’t pay her fare. Rae’Ven claims that she tried to video the incident for her protection, and the officer assaulted her.

She was arrested and physically assaulted all before one of the police offers Raevenrealized she was an actress. At which time they tried to get her to “admit” that she was never mistreated and sign a form saying so. When she denied their request, she was charged with multiple crimes. Eventually, she was released and all charges dropped but only after they treated her like they treat too many of our black brothers and sisters, like less than human.

Read Her Story

Rae-Ven-Kelly-hot-9I was recently severely brutalized, racially profiled and accosted in South Pasadena by LA County Sheriffs Dept. While I was being wrongfully accused of not paying my train fare, I presented my receipt respectfully to the officer (which was for not just 1 but, 2 fares with the time & date stamps) when he proceeded to threaten me with a ticket for not paying my fare, I began video taping the incident…the officer told me I could video tape all I wanted and it wouldn’t matter.

Little did I know that he was right…because later after they had slapped handcuffs on me (surrounding me with six officers), slammed my body into a metal bench, groped me during a search, and injured my shoulder and wrist placing me in the police car (laughing referring to me “girl” & saying “well, you know how these people are…yeah I have a black female here…these people”), while I was softly praying to God and crying asking them politely, “What did I do wrong, officer? I’ve paid my fare with a receipt and have been nothing but respectful, sir. I have been completely compliant, never used profanity or raised my voice, officer,”… as I begged for reason through tears of pain from my bruised wrists he grabbed my Gucci bag and cellphone with (my then fiance) Sean still on the phone as an audible witness to everything that had transpired…& took my cell as evidence because they knew I had footage of them attacking me!

Later on at the La Cresenta station I was cursed at, physically abused, denied feminine products as blood soiled my clothes, ridiculed, bruised and laughed at, and when I told them I wouldn’t sign off that I wasn’t harmed the main sheriff blackmailed me by saying that if I reported my injuries then they would be required to take me to the hospital. Once one of the officers at the station recognized me from “Hannah Montana” and “A Time to Kill” they began to call me Miss Kelly and said they would release me with no charges if I lied and said I wasn’t harmed. But, I only wanted to report the truth…so they booked me, giving me a record now.

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7 Comments

  • Gabriel Reply

    July 22, 2016 at 9:41 PM

    That is SO DISGUSTING! Only reinforces the negative images that people (of color) already have against the police.

  • Ilovemovies Reply

    July 23, 2016 at 3:52 PM

    RaeVan is a Drama Queen FYI!!! Always has been since she was a kid. She over exaggerates everything, including her career. Her momager is crazy too.
    I bet she was mouthing off at the cops and acting like an erratic diva which probably got her ass in handcuffs.

    • caroline Reply

      July 25, 2016 at 5:22 PM

      You must be white huh. You people LOVE freedom of speech, until the person speaking is a person of color. Go fuck yourself. i hjope this happens to you, and people belittle you and call you a drama queen.

    • Anonymous Reply

      July 25, 2016 at 11:49 PM

      Damm at least learn how to spell TROLL!

    • KP Reply

      July 26, 2016 at 9:21 AM

      ….oh, she is known for wearing short skirts. I mean she always switching when she walks too. That’s probably why he raped her. She was asking for like she always does.

      Comments like yours, from humans that have no empathy for a human that is victimized is a sign of a psychopath. That is what this system creates……psychopaths.

  • Leon Walker Reply

    July 24, 2016 at 11:50 AM

    I’m pleased that she is alive to share this story.
    It comes at no surprise that we witness these in humane behaviours from individuals, who hide their insecurities behind a shield.

    They had no right to touch, or question this beautiful human being.
    They had no right to discriminate and abuse this innocent lady.

    I should be reading about a gripping story on this social media steam,
    Written by Spike Lee on life in America 60 years ago,
    And how things have changed for the better.

    As the late Tupac said:

    I see no changes all I see is racist faces
    Misplaced hate makes disgrace to races
    We under I wonder what it takes to make this
    One better place, let’s erase the wasted
    Take the evil out the people they’ll be acting right.

    Theres only one solution that will solve this all,
    But those words won’t be written on this virtual wall…

    Their time will come, when they have to pay for what they have done.
    It’s natures way, the greatest law to ever exist.
    They cannot control the weather, or the forces of the unknown…

    As human beings we have consequences for our actions.
    Don’t do onto others, what you wouldn’t want done to yourself.

    The simplest law to follow.

    The badge and uniform give those individuals NO rights at all.
    However, because we accept the alleged rights and authority,
    We internally and subconsciously accept this barbaric treatment,
    Adding value to their laws.

    But when we rise and stand together….
    They are powerless.

    Unity in your community.
    Eradicate prejudice and racial brutality!

  • Rob Reply

    March 9, 2017 at 4:26 AM

    Was starting to think how horrible this was but once I read the part where she said that one of them recognized the actress I realized that the part about the abuse was more than likely made up to make her look like a victim of racial profiling when in fact she probably did skip the fare.

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