Laura Ann Carleton Wiki – Laura Ann Carleton Biography
Paul Feig has mourned the loss of his friend Laura Ann Carleton, who was shot dead on Friday, August 18. She was reportedly killed after a fight over an LGBTQ+ Pride flag, which she had put up in her store. The ‘Ghostbusters’ director, 60, took to Instagram to pay tribute to Carleton, writing: ‘Our wonderful friend Lauri Carlton (seen in this photo) was murdered yesterday at her @magpi_shop in Lake Arrowhead by a man. 27 years old. -An old man who didn’t like that he had a big pride flag hanging outside his store.” He shared: “He ripped it off and when she confronted him about it, he shot and killed her.”
“We are all devastated for her husband Bort and his family and the LGBTQ+ community, for whom Lauri was a true ally,” she said, before confirming: “Her alleged killer was later shot and killed by San Bernardino police, so no longer poses a threat to the community.” But Feig also asserted that “this bigotry has to stop. Anyone using hate speech against the LGBTQ+ community needs to realize that their words matter, that their words can inspire violence against innocent people they love.”
Laura Ann Carleton Age
The age of Laura Ann Carleton is not clear.
Laura Ann Carleton cause of death
Carleton was reportedly the owner of a clothing store, called Mag.Pi clothing, in Lake Arrowhead. According to her website, her “fashion career began in her early teens, working at the family business at Fred Segal Feet in Los Angeles while attending the Art Center School of Design.” The website continues: “Ultimately, she joined Kenneth Cole almost from its inception and remained there for over fifteen years as an executive,” before mentioning her personal life.
With a penchant for longevity, she has been married to the same man for 28 years and is the mother of a blended family of nine children, the youngest of whom are identical twins. ‘Sex and the City’ actress Kristin Davis also honored Carleton with a heartfelt note. She said: “I had the pleasure of meeting Lauri and shopping at her lovely store over the summer.
“I cannot comprehend what happened and can only imagine what her family and close friends of hers are going through. We cannot rest in our work towards love, understanding and equality for all people.” “To think that she was killed because of her support for our LQBTQ+ family breaks my heart. I want Lauri to be known as the HERO that she was and is,” Davis added.Read More…….