Apparently, the Krakoras’ ongoing dispute with Holt-Colden began after she and her children moved in next door in October.

The couple say they’ve been getting backlash from the original story, but insist they’re not racist.

“We’ve seen this community change,” Linda Krakora said. “If we were racists, we would have moved out of Maple Heights a long time ago, but we didn’t. We stayed.”

Reggie Fields’ mother, Brandy Marie Fields, who is familiar with the Tamir Rice story—where another 12-year-old from Ohio (Cleveland) was killed after police were called on him—says the Krakoras are to blame for the public backlash.

“You asked for the wrong attention when you didn’t handle the situation correctly,” she said.

Unfortunately, Mic reports that Lucille Holt-Colden, who has lupus, is now thinking of moving.

“What about my kids? Who’s going to stand up for my kids? People say don’t move,” she said. “Your kids ain’t the one feeling like they can’t do nothing at their own house.”

Update: 5/5/20, 2:26 p.m. ET: This story has been updated to remove a broken video player.