Published: Mon, June 25, 2018
Worldwide | By Sean Reid

Woman Called The Police On 8-Year-Old Child Selling Water

Woman Called The Police On 8-Year-Old Child Selling Water

Austin later posted the video as a post on her Instagram with the caption: "an 8-year-old selling water in front of her apartment building where she's lived her whole life is NOT a reason to call the Police".

"This woman don't want to let a little girl to sell some water, she's calling the police on an 8-year-old girl", the girl's mother said.

In the 15-second clip, the cousin follows a woman who has been identified as Alison Ettel. It was completely stress-related, and I should have never confronted her.

But all is well that ends well, and the little girl in the clip was gifted four tickets for Disneyland by an anonymous donor, who saw the video.

Some compared her to the woman who called 911 in April over a group of black people barbecuing in a park in Oakland, California. Austin said the woman was saying she'd call the cops if they couldn't produce permit.

A video of a white woman calling cops on an 8-year-old black girl who was selling water on San Francisco street went viral Saturday. "You can hide all you want but the whole world is going to see you boo".

The girl's cousin has started a hashtag #PermitPatty on Twitter, calling on those who sympathize with the girl to shame and out the woman.

Meanwhile, the internet sleuths of Twitter dug into Ettel's past and discovered that her business, a company called TreatWell that creates cannabis products for humans and animals alike, despite the "questionable legality" of the latter, according to SF Gate.

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The girl's apparent crime was selling water without a permit across from the AT&T stadium, SFGate.com reports.

Ettel claims that she was calling security-not police-because the child's mother began "screaming" and she could hear the woman in her office. So she pulled out her phone and started recording Ettel.

"Oftentimes when African-American people are involved, it leads to an escalation of police force", said community organizer Carol Fiffe said about the Lake Merritt incident. She added, "It was literally nonstop".

Ettel has also receiving threats online for her role in the video, and says she feels "discriminated against".

"They were screaming about what they were selling".

"I have no problem with enterprising young women".

Many Twitter users accused Ettel of racism - a charge that Ettel denies, stating that it had nothing to do with race.

"It was wrong, and I wish I could take it back", she said.

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