Model is filmed calling Asian club doorman 'a little Paki f**k'

EXCLUSIVE: Model, 24, faces police probe after she is filmed calling Asian nightclub bouncer ‘a little Paki f***’ and accuses him of stealing her handbag in vile racist rant

  • Natasha Williams, 24, was filmed screaming at her boyfriend outside a nightclub in Leamington Spa, Warwickshire, on Boxing Day
  • She was furious when she was prevented from going back inside the club to get her handbag 
  • The model was caught on camera yelling the word Paki and accusing the Asian bouncer of stealing her handbag
  • The four-second clip has gone viral and Ms Williams has received widespread criticism on social media
  • Her mum Gaynor told MailOnline ‘She didn’t direct that comment at anyone. She was talking to her boyfriend and she apologised to the doorman after saying it.’

A model is facing a police investigation after being caught on camera screaming racist abuse about a nightclub doorman.

Natasha Williams, 24, was furious when she was stopped from re-entering the Clink Cellar Bar in Leamington Spa on Boxing Day night.

She thought someone had stolen her handbag and yelled the word ‘Paki’ about the bouncer who would not let her back in due to her drunken state.

The four-second clip, which went viral when it was posted on Instagram, shows her boyfriend calling her ‘darling’ as he tries to calm the situation down.

But Williams will not be silenced and screams: ‘He stole my f***ing stuff, the little Paki f**k’.

Natasha Williams, 24, a model, from Leamington Spa, Warwickshire, was filmed remonstrating with her boyfriend outside a nightclub and yelling racist abuse about the Asian doorman


In the shocking video, Ms Williams is heard calling the bouncer ‘a little Paki f***’ and accuses him of stealing her handbag, which she had left inside the Clink Cellar Bar on Boxing Day 

Warwickshire Police said they had been contacted about the incident which comes just two weeks after Sharna Walker, 25, was jailed for 14 weeks for spitting at and racially abusing a black doorman at a Wetherspoons in Birmingham.

They appealed for anyone with information to contact them.

But at her family’s detached house near Warwick, it was Williams who was seen as being the victim because she had received threats since the video emerged.

Her mother Gaynor said the whole thing had been ‘taken out of context’, adding: ‘She didn’t direct that comment at anyone. She was talking to her boyfriend and she apologised to the doorman after saying it.’

Ms Williams (pictured) is a part-time model 

She said that her daughter now faced ‘prosecution’ and the loss of her job.

A neighbour, who did not want to be named, explained that her handbag had actually been found and put behind the bar, and that the matter had ‘all been resolved on the night’. She was very drunk,’ he added.

Her father Ian Williams, who lives in a nearby village, also made excuses for his daughter’s actions.

He said: ‘She thought she had lost her handbag and she was panicking and they weren’t letting her back in to the pub.

‘Now she has had threats of physical violence and she’s almost certainly lost her job. She is frightened to death and it seems totally unfair.

‘This is a girl out for a drink, she’s drunk, she’s upset that she’s lost her handbag and now it’s being made into something it isn’t.

‘We all say those sort of things from time to time, it’s just a shame somebody filmed her.

‘She’s a lovely girl, very warm and this is totally out of character but she’s obviously panicking about losing her handbag.

‘They wouldn’t let her back in and she got extremely angry because her phone was in there and her boyfriend’ s car keys.


Ms Williams was defended by her mother Gaynor Williams (pictured together above) who said that the clip had been taken out of context and added that her daughter had apologised

‘Her boyfriend had gone to try and calm her down and in the video she’s shouting at him.’

But the incident prompted outrage online, especially at the excuses being made for her behaviour by family and friends.

Writing on Instagram, Georgia Farmer from Leamington, said: ‘The fact that her friends are still defending this behaviour is bizarre. I’ve been in some states, including injuries, in town since I first started going out but I’ve never been a racist.

‘Being drunk and losing your bag is no excuse so can people stop using it as a justification, she’s probably only apologised because she’s been caught on camera.’

And writing on Facebook, Aneeta Dosanjh from Leamington, put: ‘The apology, also useless, explains that the bouncer has accepted the apology… acceptance in haste, and after thinking about the situation, I’d expect he probably thought had that been the other way he would have received an equal amount of abuse if not more!’

And Darrell_bmh wrote: ‘I suggest this young lady needs to take a step away, stop crying, educate herself, take a good look in the mirror and change her ways of thinking, acting and treating people.

‘From what’s posted she sounds like a bully to people she feels she can belittle, including any friends that feel they can do the same.

‘The reality is she had to be caught on camera for her to realise her ways. You can’t act like this and expect no consequences, it’s no shame she was caught. This isn’t something a pure hearted person does, at ALL.’

The four-second clip, which went viral when it was posted on Instagram, shows Ms Williams’ boyfriend calling her ‘darling’ as he tries to calm the situation down

The model now faces a police investigation after the incident at the Clink Cellar Bar (pictured)

A spokeswoman for Warwickshire Police said: ‘We were contacted at 4.06pm on Monday 27 December by a third party, to a report of racial abuse in a video which had been seen online.

‘The video is believed to have been filmed outside a bar on Warwick Street, Leamington, between 26 December and 27 December, and involves an individual using racist language towards a man.

‘Enquiries are ongoing and we would appeal to anyone who witnessed the incident to please come forward. Any information can be given by calling Warwickshire Police on 101, quoting incident number 209 of 27 December.’

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