Who is Paul Ng? Wiki, Biography, Age, Wife, Family, Arrested, Charges, Investigation Report

Paul Ng Wiki – Paul Ng Biography

Paul Ng is a real estate agent in Scottsdale, Arizona who was arrested and fired from his job after his racial rent for two Black men was caught in a video that now went viral. The video was shot Friday morning by 25-year-old YouTuber Dre Abram, resulting in Scottsdale police accusing Ng of erratic behavior, the Phoenix New Times reported.

Abram began recording, and Ng said, “I’m a racist,” and that Abram shouldn’t be in the area “because this is a no (N-word) zone.”

The video has garnered over 182,000 views on Instagram as of Monday evening and been shared by prominent activist Shaun King.

“I would say my first response was shock,” Abram told The Arizona Republic. “I was in disbelief that I was hearing the words that I was actually hearing. It was a moment that really boggled my mind — and it still does even to this moment.”

Arrest documents show Ng was processed and released on his own recognizance after being issued a criminal citation.

Ng couldn’t be reached for comment as of Monday evening.

Paul Ng Age

Paul Ng’s age is unclear.

Arrested And Charges

In the video, Abram misunderstood Ng and said he was the owner of a store they were standing in front of, River Trading Post. But Ng has nothing to do with the store, and employees say they sympathize with Abram but are now fighting to defend their reputation.

After receiving calls from business owners about the incident, an officer visited Ng at his home and questioned him about what had occurred later that evening, according to a police report.

Ng told the officers that he was suspicious of Abram and Tinkham because they had an expensive-looking camera and the car they arrived in had a Michigan license plate, so he took photos of the two and texted them to local business owners.

The report says Ng told the officer that he watches over the neighborhood before talking about the Black Lives Matter movement and “Antifa” — short for anti-fascists, the far-left-leaning militant groups that resist neo-Nazis and white supremacists — while pointing at a picture of Abram he had taken on his phone.

He then told the detective that he expects bad things will happen beginning Nov. 1 and that he was “just getting ahead of the game,” the report states.

The officer interviewed Ng again at his residence on Saturday evening and asked Ng if he understood how his comments could provoke a fight. The reports says Ng said he didn’t think his comments were inflammatory and believed Abram was “mapping the place” and part of a “recon team.”

“I asked if Paul understood how there could be fallback from the comments and Paul stated that he understood but did not see why there was so much energy wasted on the incident,” the report stated. “Paul was certain that the incident would be gone and forgotten within a week.”

The officer then arrested Ng and booked him on two counts of disorderly conduct — both misdemeanors.

What happens in the video

The video shows Ng, who is Asian, approaching the camera near Main Street and Marshall Way around 7 a.m. on Oct. 23.

Abram, who is recording on his phone, asks him what the issue is and why he’s approaching him and his friend, Kane Tinkham.

Ng tells Abram that there isn’t an issue and proceeds to ask what he’s taking pictures of.

“Why is it your business?” Abram asks.

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Ng tells Abram that this is his home, to which Abram responds, “OK, mine, too,” and elaborates that he too lives in Scottsdale while repeatedly asking Ng why he’s taking pictures of him.

Well —you know what — we’ve had problems here,” Ng says.

“I don’t care,” Abram replies. “You don’t know me. Why are you taking pictures of me? And I don’t know you. Do you know a lot of white men are doing racist things in this world, sir?”

Ng says he doesn’t before pointing to himself and saying, “I’m a racist.”

“You are a racist?” Abram asks before Ng repeats the claim.

Abram tells Ng that it’s fine and continues to ask him why he approached him.

“Because this is a no (N-word) zone,” Ng says.

“Not really,” Abram says.

Ng continues to assert that Abram doesn’t live in the area when Abram says he’s going to continue recording the video he initially intended to make and that Ng couldn’t stop him.

Ng says that it’s fine and asks Abram what he wishes for him to say.

“I don’t want to hear you say nothing,” Abram tells him.

Abram then looks into his own camera and tells the viewer that he would “lay down” Ng if he touched him or Tinkham.

“You ain’t man enough,” Ng says while walking away.

“That’s OK,” Abram replies. “You don’t gotta think I’m man enough, my baby.”

Abram then says he’s a famous YouTuber and aims the camera by a business called River Trading Post where Ng is seen using a leaf blower.

In the heat of the moment, Abram misunderstood Ng pointing up at his condo and said Ng owned the shop located below.


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