"I was kind of blown away, shocked and like wow", he told KMOV.
The incident is the latest in a long series of videos posted to social media showing white women - "BBQ Betty", "Permit Patty", "Cornerstore Caroline" - calling the cops on black people over seemingly mundane acts.
"I am uncomfortable", she said.
"You didn't start out on a good note", Toles responds. "You're uncomfortable because you're you".
"I'm not touching you and I'm not in any way doing anything outside of letting my dog go to the bathroom", she said.
Last week in Brooklyn, New York, a white woman accused a 9-year-old black boy of sexually assaulting her in a deli, but later walked back the claim. "I'm going to my house, where I live".
Thornton tells Toles that she needs to know what unit he lives in but he refuses to give her the information.
"Can you please move ma'am?"
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"Excuse me, OK, you can be uncomfortable... you're uncomfortable because of you".
She said that if the man had a fob, he could have used it to get inside and wouldn't have needed her to let him in the door.
In the video, the woman is seen following Toles to the front door of his loft.
"Are you kidding me?"
D'arreion Toles was blocked from entering his apartment when he would not show a fellow renter proof of his residency.
The two tenants speak in the lobby for some time, after which the woman follows the man all the way to his fourth-floor apartment. "Have a nice night, and my name is Mr. Toles". She told him he was going to call the police.
Police knocked on his door 30 minutes later, after the woman had called them.
D'Arreion Toles' viral video of his encounter with Hilary Brooke Mueller was enough to convince her minority-owned employer Tribeca-STL to fire her nearly immediately, according to KMOV4. She was employed at a minority-owned property management company that called the incident "disturbing" and racist. "We are proud of this fact and do not and never will stand for racism or racial profiling at our company", the company said.