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Karen Fukuhara: The Boys star 'harmed' in racially motivated assault

Actress Karen Fukuhara has revealed she "was struck in the head by a man" in an incident outside of a café. The 30-year-old described the details on Instagram, with the hashtag "Stop Asian Hate" accompanying the post. "This is the first time I've been harmed physically, although racial slurs...
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The Boys actress Karen Fukuhara says she was assaulted in a hate crime: 'This s--- needs to stop'

Karen Fukuhara, who plays Kimiko Miyashiro on the Amazon Prime Video series The Boys, revealed on Instagram that she was the victim of a hate crime assault. "Today I was struck in the head by a man," the actress wrote in a series of messages. After confirming she was fine, she continued by adding, "This shit needs to stop. Us women, Asians and the elderly need your help."
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The Boys’ Karen Fukuhara Pleads to Stop Asian Hate After Being Attacked By Stranger

Watch: Necessary Realness: BTS Stands Against Anti-Asian Racism. Karen Fukuhara revealed that she was recently the victim of an alleged hate crime attack. "I rarely share about my private life but something happened today that I thought was important," The Boys star wrote in a March 16 Instagram post. "I was walking to a cafe for some coffee and a man struck me in the back of my head. It came out of nowhere. We made no eye contact before, I wasn't doing anything out of the ordinary. It came to my surprise and my hat flew off. By the time I looked back, he was a few feet away from me (he must have kept walking after hitting me)."
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'The Boys' Star Karen Fukuhara Says She Was Assaulted in 'Hate Crime'

Karen Fukuhara, famous for her starring role in Amazon Prime Video's "The Boys," says she was the victim of an anti-Asian hate crime. Karen says the alleged assault went down Wednesday and came out of nowhere. She says she was walking down a street to pick up some coffee at a café when a random passerby struck her in the back of the head as they walked by each other ... she did not name the location of the alleged attack.
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'The Boys' Star Karen Fukuhara Says She Was Struck in the Head, Calls for Accountability in Hate Crimes

Karen Fukuhara is opening up about being the victim of a hate crime after she said she was randomly attacked. The actress took to Instagram on Wednesday and revealed in a lengthy post that, while walking to a cafe to grab coffee, a man struck her in the back of her head. She said the attack came out of nowhere, and that he struck her so hard her hat flew off.
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‘The Boys’ Actress Karen Fukuhara Describes Anti-Asian Hate Crime Attack, Co-Stars Show Support

Karen Fukuhara, who’s best known for her work on The Boys, was attacked outside of a coffee shop, in what she said was an anti-Asian hate crime. “I rarely share about my private life but something happened today that I thought was important,” Fukuhara wrote on Instagram. “I was walking to a cafe for some coffee and a man struck me in the back of my head. It came out of nowhere. We made no eye contact before, I wasn’t doing anything out of the ordinary. It came to my surprise and my hat flew off. By the time I looked back, he was a few feet away from me (he must have kept walking after hitting me).”
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‘The Boys’ star Karen Fukuhara details alleged assault in anti-Asian hate crime

Karen Fukuhara has claimed that she was assaulted in the street in an anti-Asian hate crime while walking to buy coffee. The Boys and Suicide Squad (2016) actress shared details about the alleged incident on her Instagram yesterday (March 16), saying that she decided to do so to “raise awareness” of the rise in anti-Asian hate crimes in countries including the US.
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Karen Fukuhara Was the Target of an Anti-Asian Attack

Karen Fukuhara was recently "struck on the head" by a random man outside of a cafe, detailing the experience in an Instagram post on Wednesday, March 17, with the caption #stopasianhate. Fukuhara then explained that after much consideration, she ultimately decided against confronting the man realizing it wouldn't be worth...
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