Nicola and Will Peltz and Kenya Kinski Jones are Targets of Hate Attack

August 9, 2017

The Simon Wiesenthal Center denounced the recent hate attack targeting Kenya Kinski Jones and Will and Nicola Peltz adjacent to their apartments in Los Angeles.

Flyers with Swastikas and the “N” word were affixed to the fire exit on the floor inhabited by the Peltz siblings and Ms. Kinski Jones (pictured).

“This appears to be a targeted racist and anti-Semitic attack,” said Rabbis Marvin Hier and Abraham Cooper, founder and dean and associate dean of the Center. “The Peltz’s and Ms. Kinski Jones have done the right thing by speaking with the LAPD. We are confident that the LAPD will conduct a full investigation.”

“This attack comes at a time when we have witnessed a dramatic increase of expressions of bigotry, racism and anti-Semitism,” Rabbis Hier and Cooper added.

“We were absolutely shocked that bigotry appears to have no boundaries and that its ugly symbols even invade the safety of our own homes and communities,” Kenya and Will and Nicola told the Simon Wiesenthal Center.

Will and Nicola are the children of Nelson Peltz, longtime trustee and Chairman of the Board of Governors of the Simon Wiesenthal Center.

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