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OUT OF BUSINESS: Customers Shun Coffee Shop After Owner’s Daughter’s Hatred For Police Exposed #o4a #news

Mr Americana, Overpasses News Desk
October 22nd, 2017

The owner of a Massachusetts coffee shop said she was closing the business due to the backlash following her daughter’s controversial comments about cops on Facebook.

Kato Mele, the owner of the year-old White Rose Coffeehouse in Lynn, Mass., told The Daily Item she was closing the store “so I can stop being harassed.”

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“I’ve lost my business and I’ve lost my daughter. I don’t know how this story just keeps building, but I need people to leave me alone,” Mele told The Daily Item. “I’m closing my business so I can stop being harassed.”

The store’s manager, Sophie CK, the 23-year-old daughter of shop owner Kato Mele, started a firestorm when she vowed on her personal Facebook page never to allow a “Coffee with a Cop” event to take place at her family’s establishment.

Mele tried to make amends with police, but to no avail.

The post started a debate that took a different turn when Sophie called police officers bullies and racists. In turn, social media users called for people to ban the coffeehouse.

Mele fired her daughter and wrote police an apology, calling the remarks “distasteful, biased and hateful.” She invited officers to the shop Monday for coffee.

“I don’t agree with what she said. It is not my opinion. I should never have been linked to my business and that’s where I parted ways with my daughter, in regards to the business,” Mele told The Daily Item.

However, police did not show up, and the regular morning customers did not either.

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