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Stephanie Denaro biography: 13 things about Donald Trump fan from Rosedale, Queens

Stephanie Denaro

Stephanie Denaro

Stephanie E. Denaro is one of the white women who made headlines in 2021 for refusing to wear a mask amid the new coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. She was called a Karen or a woman who shows an entitled behavior or demands beyond the scope of what is normal.

Denaro is from New York, United States. Here are 13 more things about her:

  1. She lives in Rosedale, Queens, New York City, New York. She was born and raised in Queens. She previously lived in The Bronx and Woodside. (a) (b) (c)
  2. She was once a registered voter for the Working Families Party. She later switched to the Republican Party. (a)
  3. She does not believe in COVID-19. She believes that being forced to wear face masks violates people’s rights. (a) (d)
  4. She is a Christian, according to her. (d)
  5. She claimed to be a New York City public school teacher but a U.S. Department of Education spokesperson said that was a lie. (a)
  6. She claimed to have asthma and bronchitis. (a)
  7. In 2000, she started attending New York University. She graduated in 2007. (b)
  8. In 2013, she wrote her first novel titled “The Fairest One of All.” In February 2016, her first volume of poetry titled “American’t Romance” was published.  (b)
  9. She is a mother of four. The father of all of her children is African-American, according to her. On November 27, 2013, New York City Administration for Children’s Services (ACS) employees and New York City Police Department (NYPD) officers removed her children from her home in New York City. She claimed that on that day, a Beth Israel Medical Center social worker threatened to notify ACS if she did not allow a Lower East Side Family Union employee to enter her home to conduct a home assessment. (a) (e)
  10. On December 2, 2013, ACS obtained a temporary order of protection against the father of her children and used it as the basis for removing her children from their home rather than their father. On March 18, 2015, the proceeding terminated in her favor. On March 22, 2016, she filed a personal injuries lawsuit against ACS, NYPD, Beth Israel Medical Center and Lower East Side Family Union, which was dismissed. (e)
  11. In 2016, she took to social media to share photos of herself wearing shirts that declare her support for Bernie Sanders. Amid the COVID-19 pandemic from 2020 to 2021, she took to social media to express her support for Donald Trump. She believes that the U.S. presidential election result in 2020 was fraudulent. (a)
  12. At around 3:00 p.m. on March 21, 2021, she went to Davidovich Bakery at Essex Market on the Lower East Side in New York City with her four children to buy bagels but she was refused service by African-American male cashier Victor Karama because she refused to wear a face mask. A security guard told her Kamara was not going to serve her and asked her to leave. She responded, “Why? ‘Cause he’s a b—h-ass n—–?” She repeated the slur and got offended when one of the customers called her a white trash. A video of the incident went viral and she was dubbed the Bagel Karen and the Bakery Karen(a)
  13. She was 38 years old when she went viral as the Bagel Karen after her racist remarks on March 21, 2021. On March 23, 2021, she took to Instagram to claim that she was black so she was allowed to use the n-word and that 39 percent of her heritage is from Nigeria, 12 percent is from Mali, 8 percent is from Bantu, 4 percent is from Ivory Coast and Ghana, 4 percent is from Senegal and 2 percent is from Cameroon and Congo. To support her claim, she included a graphic that she plagiarized from an article Tech Crunch writer Megan Rose Dickey published in October 2017. (a)



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