SAN FRANCISCO (KPIX) – Viral video of a white woman reportedly calling police on an 8-year-old black girl selling bottled water has prompted an apology.
The incident allegedly happened Friday in front of the little girl’s home, near AT&T Park.READ MORE: FDA To Consider Pfizer Application For COVID Booster Shots On Friday
The girl’s cousin posted the video on Twitter with the hashtag #PermitPatty and wrote, ‘So my little cousin was selling water and didn’t have a permit so this lady decided to call the cops on an 8 year old.’
In the 15-second clip, the cousin follows a woman who has been identified as Alison Ettel.
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Saturday night Ettel tweeted: “I would like to make a public apology for my actions. They were wrong. I was stressed and admittedly did the wrong thing. I am not racist and what I did had absolutely nothing to with her race. I have apologized on the Huffington Post.”MORE NEWS: Family: Woman Fatally Shot By 15-Year-Old Brother In East San Jose
Many are comparing Ettel to a woman in at Lake Merritt in Oakland who called police to report a black family who was lawfully barbecuing. That woman was dubbed ‘Barbecue Becky.’