Porsha Williams, who has been a “real housewife” since 2012, and Kenny Stills, an important successor to the NFL Houston Texans, joined the protest on Tuesday Among them, they occupied the front yard of the house and shouted support for Breonna Taylor.
The police confirmed to CNN that Williams and Stiles had been arrested.
Williams posted a photo on Instagram earlier Tuesday that said: “This is a good day to arrest the police who murdered Bren Taylor,”
Stiles shared this photo in his Instagram story and added a selfie on Wednesday, showing the NFL star wearing a mask with Taylor’s name on it.
CNN sought further comment from Stills. His agent Ryan Williams posted on Twitter Stills that “the official time is now spent in prison more than the killer known for killing Breonna Taylor” Much more.”
The police followed a large number of protesters, many of whom wore masks and said “Breonna Taylor”, from Ballard High School in Louisville to the front yard of the Cameron-owned house around 4:30 pm, Louisville Metro Police The release said.
Police said a group of people then occupied the front yard of the Attorney General’s house and chanted. The police said they were informed that it was illegal to stay on property and then arrested them.
The police said the protesters were accused of intimidating the participants in the legal process, misconduct and criminal conduct.
On Wednesday morning, Williams and Taylor’s mother Tamika Palmer posted a photo saying she had been released.
“It’s my pleasure! I love you and pray for you as always. Ms. Tamika Palmer (#BreonnaTaylor’s mother) Poem: Thank you for waiting for us to go out! It’s really heartbreaking to leave and see Your family. Honor.”
When tagging Cameron’s Instagram name, Williams said: “Arrest the police! Do the right thing.”
Taylor’s mother filed an illegal death suit against those involved in April: Brett Hankison, Myles Cosgrove, and Jonathan Martinly ( Jonathan Mattingly).
Since then, the Louisville Metro Police Department has expelled Han Kisen.
CNN’s Mirna Alsharif, Madeline Holcombe, David Close and Alec Snyder contributed to this story.