Lisa Alexander Biography
Lisa Alexander is an American businesswoman and the founder and CEO of LaFace Skincare which is an indie beauty company located in California.
Lisa hit the headlines after a video circulated on Twitter shows her confronting a man of color for writing “Black Lives Matter” on his front retaining wall. Alexander alleged that he did not own the property.
Lisa Alexander Age
Details about Lisa’s date of birth and place of birth are yet to be provided. This information will soon be updated.
Lisa Alexander Husband
Lisa’s Nextdoor’s identified her and her husband Robert Alexander of Pacific Heights. Lisa is the founder of LA FACE, an independent skincare line that described itself on its now-removed website as an “anti-aging luxury natural and organic VEGAN skincare line [that] is extremely effective for all skin types.”
Lisa Alexander LaFace
LaFace is an indie beauty Skincare company founded and owned by Lisa Alexander. The company is located in Califonia, United States.
Lisa Alexander Viral Video
In the Video “A white couple call the police on me, a person of color for stenciling a #BLM chalk message on my own front retaining wall,” Juanillo tweeted. “‘Karen’ lies and says she knows that I don’t live in my own house, because she knows the person who lives here.”
In the video, Alexander and another person identified only as “Robert” can be seen asking Juanillo if he owns the property he’s writing the message on. Juanillo says, “If I did live here and it was my property, this would be absolutely fine? And you don’t know if I live here or if this is my property?”
Alexander is then dared to call the police, with Juanillo stating he “would be more than happy to talk to them.” He later told Storyful, “The police came and recognized me immediately as a resident of the house and left without getting out of their patrol car. I didn’t even show them my ID.”
Lisa’s Twitter account under the name “Lisa C. Alexander” has since been deleted. Prior to its delete, she had posted acknowledging Juanillo owns the property: “I asked if he lived there because if he had said yes then everything would have been fine as it was his property. Being a good neighbor is important where everyone takes care of each other. It is too bad he took it in a different direction.”
Lisa Alexander Net Worth
Alexander has an approximated net worth of $1 million-$5 million U.S dollars. She is the founder and CEO of LaFace Skincare.
Lisa Alexander Apologizes
The woman apologizes after “Karen”-like confrontation with resident goes viral and draws backlash
The CEO of a San Francisco-based skincare company apologized Sunday for calling the police on a man who was stenciling a Black Lives Matter sign in chalk in front of his own home in the posh Pacific Heights neighborhood, CBS San Francisco reports. A video of Tuesday’s confrontation between Lisa Alexander and James Juanillo, who is Filipino, has been shared by millions on social media, triggering a wave of outrage.
Alexander’s company, LaFace Skincare, has taken its website offline. After several attempts by CBS San Francisco to obtain a comment from Alexander, she sent the station a statement Sunday.
“I want to apologize directly to Mr. Juanillo. There are not enough words to describe how truly sorry I am for being disrespectful to him last Tuesday when I made the decision to question him about what he was doing in front of his home,” she wrote. “I should have minded my own business. The last 48 hours have taught me that my actions were those of someone who is not aware of the damage caused by being ignorant and naive to racial inequalities.”
“When I watch the video I am shocked and sad that I behaved the way I did,” she continued “It was disrespectful to Mr. Juanillo and I am deeply sorry for that. I did not realize at the time that my actions were racist and have learned a painful lesson. I am taking a hard look at the meaning behind white privilege and am committed to growing from this experience.”
Juanillo has said he was open to sitting down with Alexander, an offer she seemed to accept Sunday.
“I would love to have coffee with Mr. Juanillo in our neighborhood so I can apologize in person and share a dialogue where I can continue to learn and grow and be a better person.”
“She (Alexander) decided to call men with guns because of chalk art,” said Juanillo, who’s lived in Pacific Heights for 18 years and runs a dog-walking business.
In the video posted on Juanillo’s Facebook and Twitter account with the username: @jaimetoons, the couple can be heard saying, “Is this your property?”
“We’re not doing anything illegal,” says the couple.
“Neither am I,” says Juanillo.
“Yes you are, actually, because it’s private property,” says the couple.
“Call the cops,” Juanillo says, defiantly.
“We will do so,” says the couple.
Juanillo told CBS San Francisco he knows many of the police officers in the neighborhood and says they didn’t even get out of their car when checking out the call shortly after the video was taken.
He said he’s a proud, gay Filipino who knows what discrimination feels like.
“This isn’t the first time I’ve experienced fear or even loathing that just kind of creeps out,” Juanillo said.
Birchbox, a makeup distribution service, posted a statement on its Instagram account saying it’s “officially cut ties with LaFace, and condemns the actions of Lisa Alexander.”
Source: CBS News
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