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Video shows a young boy rushing to the home of a black Texas family with a whip in his hand

Moment white Texas boy, 9, bursts into black neighbors’ house and cracks WHIP on door as he searches for their daughter, 9: Boy’s father was later arrested ‘for shooting a gun fire” during a confrontation with the parents of the victims

  • Carissa Nash filmed the white boy whipping her front door on Friday
  • The girl was looking for her daughter, but it is not known why
  • He allegedly damaged the family’s Audi after being fired
  • Nash’s husband confronted his father, who allegedly discharged his gun
  • The boy’s father, named Brian Brunson, has now been arrested

A nine-year-old white boy was filmed storming into his black neighbors’ house and cracking a whip on their door while trying to find their nine-year-old daughter.

Shocking footage shows the unnamed child smashing the gun on Dee and Carissa Nash’s front door just outside Dallas on Friday, allegedly searching for the couple’s young daughter.

The clip shows mum Carissa answering the door to confront the child, who she says was upset and planning to attack her daughter.

“Little boy, you better get your ass up and get off my porch before I call the police, knocking on my door like that!” Carissa can be heard saying in the video. ‘I’ll call the police – you have to leave. Never beat my god like that – go for it!

It is unclear why the boy was looking for Carissa’s daughter, whom she did not name, and what he planned to do with the little girl if he managed to find her.

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A boy is seen preparing to break down the door with a whip

A nine-year-old boy was seen knocking on the door of a black family and cracking them open with a whip as he tried to find their nine-year-old daughter

Then the boy's father, named Brian Brunson, accidentally discharged his gun while arguing with the black family whose door was whipped by his child.

Then the boy’s father, named Brian Brunson, accidentally discharged his gun while arguing with the black family whose door was whipped by his child.

The boy, who cops say is also nine, remains silent while being reprimanded, but stands defiantly on the porch of the African-American family – cracking the whip against the ground at one point in frustration related.

After a few moments, the child – whom the cops did not identify due to his young age – fled, presumably running towards his own house.

He is also said to have scratched Nash’s Audi while driving away.

Carissa said of the scary encounter: ‘This kid comes to my door with a whip looking for my 9 year old daughter and then puts a big scratch on our Audi.

‘The police came out and told us, ‘It’s going to be okay since he’s moving soon’

“So when my husband got home, we went to tell him about the damage to our vehicle… The father tells the son to say he’s not there. A few minutes later, he finally arrives at the door with a gun! He almost shot himself and his daughter standing behind him smh’

The Kaufman County Sheriff’s Office supported Carissa’s version of events and said the boy’s father – Bryan Thomas Brunson, 39 – had indeed fired a gun during a subsequent confrontation.

Carissa Nash is pictured with her family, who were targeted in the attack.  His nine year old daughter wanted by the white boy is surrounded

Carissa Nash is pictured with her family, who were targeted in the attack. His nine year old daughter wanted by the white boy is surrounded

Shortly after, Dee Nash, the girl’s father, visited the young boy’s residence, to speak to the boy’s father, Bryan Thomas Brunson, 39 – an encounter which was also filmed by Dee on his smartphone.

The footage shows the tense confrontation between Dee and Brunson – who seemed unconvinced the encounter actually happened, despite Dee’s claims the family filmed the incident.

“Get off my property,” Brunson can be heard saying in the footage, as Dee looks on worriedly – who in the video notes that Brunson “has a gun in his back.”

An argument between the two men quickly escalated, according to cops – with Brunson eventually producing the firearm, a .357 Magnum revolver. According to cops, as the argument continued, Brunson allegedly handled the handgun recklessly, causing it to explode.

Police say the bullet narrowly missed Brunson’s daughter, who they say was standing behind her father during the encounter.

Brunson was later arrested and convicted of the felony of fatal driving, police told TMZ on Saturday.

Her son is a year too young to face criminal charges.

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