- Bahar Mustafa charged after complaint of 'racially motivated malicious communication'
- Student union diversity officer, 28, allegedly tweeted 'kill all white men'
- Met police say she must attend Bromley Magistrates' Court in November
Bahar Mustafa (pictured) has been charged with 'racially motivated malicious communication'
A university equality officer who allegedly tweeted 'kill all white men' must appear in court charged with sending a threatening message, it has been revealed.
Bahar Mustafa, a student union Welfare and Diversity Officer at Goldsmiths, University of London, has been charged after a complaint of 'racially motivated malicious communication'.
The 28-year-old was caught in the centre of a racism and sexism row earlier this year after she allegedly told white people and men 'not to come' to an event.
Scotland Yard said today that Mustafa must now attend Bromley Magistrates' Court to answer charges of sending a threatening message.
She must also answer a charge of communicating obscene or menacing messages at the court on November 5.
A Met spokesperson said: 'A woman interviewed under caution regarding a complaint of racially motivated malicious communication made on a social media network has been summonsed to court.'
The charges cover the period between November 10, 2014, and May 31, this year.
A petition from the union at the university based in New Cross, south east London, previously called for her to be removed from her post.
The union alleged that Mustafa, of Enfield, north London, tweeted '#killallwhitemen' and called someone 'white trash' on Twitter.
A post on her Facebook page in April appeared to show her inviting BME women and 'non-binary' people to an event but asking men or white people not to attend.
She graduated from Goldsmiths earlier this year with an MA in gender and media studies.