The 17-year-old girl who filmed as George Floyd was suffocated to death by police has become a target of online harassment for failing to intervene while George was being killed. The death of this Minneapolis man at the hands of law enforcement has struck the nation as the footage of a police officer kneeling on his neck until he couldn't breathe has circulated all around the Internet, prompting riots for justice and the end of police brutality. Darnella Frazer, the teen captured George's death on camera, revealed that she's getting a ton of backlash for filming the murder instead of stepping in to try and save George's life. She told TMZ that the whole situation has left her traumatized.

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"I’m doing it for clout?? For attention?? What?? To get paid?? Now y’all just sound dumb and ignorant!!" she wrote in a Facebook post. "I don’t expect anyone who wasn’t placed in my position to understand why and how I feel the way that I do!! MIND YOU I am a minor! 17 years old, of course I’m not about to fight off a cop I’m SCARED wtf. I don’t give 2 f*cks about what y’all would’ve did because was y’all there?? NO. Fighting would’ve got someone else killed or in the same position George (may he Rest In Peace) was in!"

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"If it wasn’t for me 4 cops would’ve still had their jobs, causing other problems," she continued. "My video went world wide for everyone to see and know!! His family was reached out to! The police most definitely would’ve swept it under the rug with a cover up story. Instead of bashing me, THANK ME! Because that could’ve been one of your loved ones and you would want to see the truth as well."

"I watched this man die," Darnella said in an interview with NowThis. "I was the one that was recording the whole thing. I've seen him die. I posted the video...and it just went viral. And everybody's asking me how do I feel? I don't know how to feel. ... It's so sad, bro. This man was literally right here, 8 p.m. yesterday." Watch the full interview below [WARNING: graphic footage]:

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