Published: Thu, June 28, 2018
Industry | By Kenny Hampton

"Permit Patty" speaks out after calling police on little girl selling water

Since the video went viral, one user on Twitter bought Disneyland tickets for 8-year-old Jordan Rogers.

In an interview with Huffington Post, Ettel said calling the police had no "racial component" to it and that it was about Austin "screaming".

In the footage, the child's mother can be heard chastising Ettel as she stands on the phone; crouching down behind a wall when she realises she is being filmed. "I never expected all of this to come from me posting a video of a woman who was harassing my daughter", she wrote.

"On my property", Austin replies, to which Ettel says: "It's not your property!"

According to Raj, a cousin of the little girl, she said on social media it all happened right by AT&T Park.

"This woman don't want a little girl to sell some water", Austin can be heard saying in the video. Ettel said her building's security declined to assist. She got into an argument with Austin, and the final moments of that squabble have now reverberated around the world. The woman argues that permits were necessary to use charcoal to which the counter argument by many others including local police is that 911 is to be used for emergencies.

We think Permit Patty learned her lesson here: don't try to mobilize the police against people of color just because one is personally annoyed they're being too loud.

Austin said she was "overwhelmed" by the positivity and support her family has received.

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"They were screaming about what they were selling", she told HuffPost.

The woman on the phone counters "it's not your property". The San Francisco Police Department did not immediately respond to a request for comment from NBC News.

"So my little cousin was selling water and didn't have a permit so this lady chose to call the cops on an 8 year old", says a Twitter caption on the video.

Jordan herself spoke out to Good Morning America, saying the incident left her frightened.

Ettel says she would like to say sorry to Jordan and her mother but they have said the apology is not accepted.

It's something she says she now deeply regrets. "I tried to be polite, but I was stern". That was it. It was nothing about selling the water. Meanwhile, an online supporter of the girl has since donated a trip to Disneyland for her and her family.

Magnolia Wellness in Oakland, Harborside Health Center in Oakland and San Jose, Barbary Coast Dispensary and SPARC, both in San Francisco, and Berkeley Patients Group, have all said on their social channels they are dropping Treatwell because of what its owner, Alison Ettel, did over the weekend.

Ettel also said that she never called to report Jordan, but rather to inquire about whether what the mother and daughter were doing was legal.

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