— New York Post (@nypost) April 4, 2022
The seven bedroom home, renovated in the 1930’s, has a “custom wrought iron staircase,” bathrooms with “calcatta gold stone,” three fireplaces, and “carrara marble,” the outlet reported.
Cullors has criticized the report, noting that it stems from a “long history of attacking black people.” She denied ever misappropriating funds given to BLM.
“This is bigger than me, it’s about a long history of attacking Black people and Black women specifically, creating unsafe conditions for us and our families, scrutinizing our every move publicly and privately in ways that are unfair and unjust,” she said on Instagram. “It’s dangerous and we should all be trying to stop it, interrupt it, protest it.”