'Permit Patty' allegedly calls cops on girl selling water

SEE IT White woman calls police on 8-year-old selling water bottles outside San Francisco apartment

Speaking to Inside Edition, Jordan's mom, Erin Austin, said that the woman, now known as "Permit Patty", told her daughter, "If you don't show me a permit, I'm calling the cops".

AUSTIN: "This woman don't want to let a little girl sell some water".

Ettel claims the Instagram post only showed a portion of what happened and that she did not call the police on the 8-year-old girl, the Huffington Post reported.

"Permit Patty", whose real name is Alison Ettel, told the San Francisco Chronicle she regrets even pretending to call the police.

"You can hide all you want; the whole world gon' see ya, boo", the woman filming the video says as she rounds the corner to confront the other woman, who stands up.

Austin then says the girl was selling water on her property to which the woman reacts "it's not your property".

Ettel herself may not have actually thought so, as she later admitted in an interview with HuffPost that she only pretended to call the police - adding that it was the noise from the child that drove her to fake dial.

The video is reminiscent of a recent viral clip in which a white woman in Oakland, California, called the police on black men having a barbecue in a park.

The woman paces back and forth on a sidewalk outside a San Francisco apartment building in an online video posted Saturday. "It was like, 'Two dollars, cold water, two dollars, ' just nonstop for two hours".

Austin said she thinks the woman didn't believe they lived in the apartment building. "And I said, 'Please, I'm trying to work".

In a freaky twist, it was revealed Ettel makes a living selling edible marijuana for both humans and their pets, which she may or may not have a permit for so.

"A better person would be calling her friends to have them come by and buy water", one tweet said. "I never expected all of this to come from me posting a video of a woman who was harassing my daughter", she wrote.

She also said the incident had nothing to do with race; it was only about the volume of their salesmanship.

'I did not want to see the police because I was scared, ' she said.

"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. But mostly, it involved Twitter tracking down the angry woman, real name apparently Alison Ettel, and gleefully watching her career suffer.

"I have no problem with enterprising young women".

Eight-year-old Jordan Austin was selling water without an official license. "That wasn't it. I just wanted them to be quiet or move to a corner".

One Twitter user said: "Stop wasting the police's time lady, they got real emergencies to take care of".

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