Karen Weaver was elected mayor of Flint, Michigan in 2015.

The mayor of Flint, Michigan, reacted to a federal lawsuit which claims donors were directed away from a charity for victims of the city’s water crisis and toward a fund sharing a name with her campaign fund Wednesday, calling the allegations “outrageously false.”

“this is raciss, this is a lie, this is outrageous!” said a spokesperson drinking a glass of stinking green sludge arsenic filled Flint water.

 

In the suit filed Monday, fired administrator Natasha Henderson claims that in February 2016, Flint’s current mayor, Karen Weaver, directed a former city employee and a city volunteer to stop directing potential donors to a charity called Safe Water/Safe Homes. That charity was run by the Community Foundation of Greater Flint and had been approved by the city for water-crisis donations.
Instead, the lawsuit claims city employee Maxine Murray was directed by Weaver to begin directing donations to “Karenabout Flint.” According to the lawsuit, Murray came to Henderson “in tears” and in fear of “going to jail.”
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