Spike Lee's parents’ Fort Greene brownstone vandalized after gentrification rant

The suspect spray-painted "Do the right thing" on

The suspect spray-painted "Do the right thing" on their home and smashed a window on their front door. Lee directed a movie with the same name back in 1989. (February 28, 2014 6:49 PM)

Director Spike Lee's parents' Fort Greene brownstone has been vandalized, along with their neighbor’s home, less than a week after Lee took a stance against gentrification.

A neighbor told News 12 that the vandalism happened overnight on Thursday at their home on Washington Park.

The suspect spray-painted "Do the right thing" on their home and smashed a window on their front door. Lee...

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