By Sandra Rose  | 

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Candace Owens showed up at the Topanga Canyon home of Patrisse Cullors with a film crew on Saturday.

Cullors immediately hopped online to complain that the conservative activist was knocking on her door and harassing her.

Cullors said it was "unacceptable and it's dangerous for anybody, any stranger, to come outside of my house."

On Friday, Owens released video footage proving she did not harass or intimidate the Black Lives Matter co-founder.

The footage shows Owens standing politely outside the front gate while speaking with a security guard over an intercom.

Owens captioned the video:

"BREAKING! I am pre-releasing the footage of me showing up at one of Black Lives Matter founder’s, Patrisse Cullors, multiple mansions. Remember she fake cried and said I harassed her? LIAR. I kindly spoke to a white security guard (who remained silent) through a gate."

Owens and other journalists accuse Cullors of using BLM funds to enrich herself. She reportedly owns five million-dollar homes which she purchased over the last five years.

Owens went to Cullors home to ask if she misappropriated funds meant for Black Lives Matter.

Cullors previously stated a $6 million mansion she bought in Saudio City, CA. was used for BLM purposes and a "safe space" for Black people.