A woman in an Atlanta suburb has described how a gay slur on her car left her and her children frightened after having just moved into the neighborhood.
Kristi Logue and her children moved into their new house on Friday. On Sunday morning, Logue and her children awoke to the word “FAG” spray painted on her car and garage door.
“Me and my kids were leaving for church for Mother’s Day. My son was the first one out and he said, ‘Mommy, your car…’
“My kids were like, ‘Mommy what’s happening?’ My little girl starts crying and I’m just at a loss to figure who did it and why they would do it and it’s not me.
“I couldn’t believe it. Actually I was at a loss for words. I saw the car first, it was written in white across the hood, both sides of the car and the trunk. I mean and then I go to the garage door and I see it in black.”
According to WSB-TV, neighbors have since helped Logue to clean the profanity off the car. The garage door will have to be repainted.
She said that local police have been “awesome” and “assured that they are going to figure this out.”
Watch a news report on the crime, below.