Former "Teen Mom" star Farrah Abraham says she's "thankful" to herself for allegedly getting several Los Angeles looters locked up.
On Monday night, the controversial reality TV star posted a video from a building across the street from a boarded up CVS store getting ransacked by looters. In the video, Farrah can he heard yelling at the people coming in an out of the store while filming them with her phone.
Toward the end of the video, police are seen responding.
"I'm thankful I use my voice for justice, I call police, I record and turn into police & with over 20 people in jail & 3 cars turned in," she captioned the video. "I'm blessed there's people like me on this earth who care for store owners, working people! Safety!"
"In one nation with liberty and justice for all! Lives matter, so stop turning death into stealing , criminal distractions and start caring for your life & others who wrongfully die each day!" she said. "Be a hero not about petty crime, not about cyber crime, not about hurting innocent people! STOP IT NOW ! I pray one day our children never have to deal with this!"
During the video, Farrah shouts, among other things, "Get out of CVS, you criminal!"
The looting comes amid coast-to-coast demonstrations following the death of George Floyd, who was killed while being restrained by Minneapolis police. A video showed a white police officer kneeling on George's neck while two others also held him down (another officer stood by and watched).
The killing has sparked unrest throughout the country with protesters demanding police reform.