Woman dubbed 'Permit Patty' calls cops on girl selling water

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Another said: "My guess is #PermitPatty was triggered because the little girl doing more business than her". The incident was recorded on video by the girl's mother and cousin (on Instagram and Twitter respectively), and understandably, the footage has gone viral.

Austin had previously told her daughter that the family could go to Disneyland if she helped raise money for the trip. She got into an argument with Austin, and the final moments of that squabble have now reverberated around the world.

A white woman who was caught on camera calling police about an 8-year-old black girl who was selling bottles of water is a cast member of an in-production documentary that's following women who founded businesses related to marijuana.

Ettel, retorted, "Yeah, and illegally selling water without a permit?"

"On my property", Austin retorts.

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Initially, Morales was OK with it, but takes back the permission, stating Kovach needed a warrant to conduct the search. The police department's investigation revealed Morales called 911 after Kovach attempted to search her home.

Ettel had explanations for her action, as she tweets, "Guys, please stop with the negative comments and messages".

Ettel told the Chronicle that she only pretended to call police after failed appeals to building security and a confrontation with the girl's mother.

Unsurprisingly, there were people who claimed the incident wasn't about racial profiling, but really just an issue of legality.

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. According to her, the phone call was a culmination of several hours of "screaming" from the girl's mother. "I didn't think in San Francisco my biracial child would have to go through something like this".

Earlier this year, two black men were arrested in a Philadelphia Starbucks for sitting without making an order. Many people are noting that the story felt very, very similar to some others stories we've seen recently. It was all the mother and just about being quiet. "And the problem is that black skin frequently violates the social order". When Ettel noticed she was being filmed, she tried to hide behind a concrete wall.

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When asked about Ettel telling Huffington Post she felt bad about the situation, Austin told USA Today she didn't accept any apology.

The company she runs sells cannabis products for pets, and partners were severing ties with her.

Magnolia Oakland, a dispensary that carries TreatWell's products, said in a statement that it had dropped the company's products in response to the video.

Meanwhile, Jordan can retire from the cold water business: She's going to Disneyland after all.

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