Here you go, Bob.
Leveque opened his car door and, from a few feet away, began yelling at K.E. using anti-gay slurs. Leveque then allegedly said K.E. "better watch yourself." K.E. is a transgender male who owns the home on Connecticut with his female partner.
Police officer Jerod Breit said in court papers that Leveque's words and actions frightened K.E. The criminal complaint says the incident also put K.E. "in reasonable apprehension of offensive physical contact or harm" and that Leveque was "knowingly motivated by the sexual orientation" of K.E.
After K.E. left the home, Leveque allegedly posted a picture of the front of K.E.'s home and the intersection. The posting also included a photo of the gay pride flag that was out front. The post referred to K.E. using anti-gay slurs."
See that last paragraph? That's harassing both of them.