Clermont, Florida police are currently searching for two black men who allegedly raped a white woman in a sick racist hate crime in order to "teach her a lesson." Apparently, the two men knew the woman and decided that they needed to "teach her a lesson" about dating black men.

The victim was at home "just hanging out with friends" when she was approached by three men she knew, Justin Akken Fedrick, 27, Keon Dellshai Gordon, 26, and Rodney Cooper, 32, according to the Orlando Sentinel.

The report states that Cooper, who is already in police custody, pushed the victim into a bedroom and then stood guard at the door while the other carried out the racially charged sexual assault.

Fredrick and Gorden then raped the woman while reportedly telling her "We’re going to teach you a lesson about dating a black man and white [women] don’t mean sh*t in this town."

The two men, still at large, then told her not to talk to the police or they would "make it ten times worse next time," according to the police report.

The victim finally escaped and ran through neighbors yards in fear as she "was afraid they would come after her."

Finally, the boyfriend of the victim called the police after receiving a text from the victim saying she was "bleeding and limping somewhere in the neighborhood."

Cooper is already in police custody with a bail set at $50,000 while arrest warrants have been issued for both Fredrick and Gordon, who have a history of violence and are considered to be armed and dangerous.

Clermont Police spokesman Sgt. Shane Strickland announced in a press release details of the victims and any rewards that are to be offered for information on the wanted men.

"Fedrick is about 5 feet 10 inches tall and weighs about 170 pounds with dark hair and eyes. Gordon is about 5 feet 7 inches tall and 140 pounds with dark hair and eyes," reports Orlando Sentinel. "Those with information about their whereabouts should call Crimeline at 800-423-8477. Tips to Crimeline can be made anonymously and those with information leading to arrests could be eligible for cash rewards."


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