“I know where you live. Where you used to live. Where your family lives. Where they work,” King wrote in Instagram posts directed to New York Post reporters Kevin Sheehan and Isabel Vincent. “And a few thousand other people know now as well.”
King, who has been frequently accused of being a grifter by his fellow BLM activists, has a history of doxxing people he falsely accused of committing violent crimes.’
Houston man Robert Cantrell hanged himself in a jail cell in 2019 after King falsely accused him of murdering a 7-year-old black girl in late 2018. Cantrell and his family received death threats after King posted Cantrell’s mugshot on social media, called him a “racist, violent a**hole,” and falsely suggested he was responsible for murdering Jazmine Barnes.
Cantrell was in jail for unrelated evasion and robbery charges when he died from an apparent suicide. Barnes’s killers, Eric Black and Larry Woodruffe, were ultimately apprehended and convicted. Black was sentenced to 30 years in prison, and Woodruffe was sentenced to life in prison without parole.
In May 2018, King falsely accused a Texas state trooper of raping a black woman during a traffic stop. The trooper was vindicated a few days later after video evidence was released showing he did not assault the woman.
King threatened to dox the New York Post reporters after the Washington Free Beacon reported Monday that King had purchased a $40,000 designer guard dog with funds donated to his political action committee.