"She came out and directly demanded to see a permit to sell water from an 8-year-old".
Permit Patty says she wants to support the little girl and only "pretended" to call the police because they were making too much noise and she was sick of the girl's mother. "Just the fact that she called the police on a child, that's evil, but to call on a child of color, knowing that people have been killing black kids".
"She asked me where's my permit?"
The girl's mother captured Ettel calling cops on cell phone video and then posted it to Instagram.
Austin and Rogers said that they would not be accepting Ettel's apology, NBC News reported. She did not want police to arrest the girl but was trying to find out what documentation is needed to sell water on the street, Laermer said. Moments later, the woman in question, Alison Ettel is heard saying "she's illegally selling water without a permit".
Ettel said she was working with her windows open, and could not work while Austin and Rogers shouted about the water they had on sale.
Posts of the video to Instagram and Twitter, which dubbed the woman on the phone #PermitPatty, went viral Saturday.
Speaking with HuffPost, she tried to defend her actions.
The woman stood back up and attempted to justify calling the police.
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Ettel - who runs a company that makes medical marijuana products for humans and pets - said the incident has left her feeling "horrible and heart-wrenched".
'That woman thought that she could use her white priviledge and it didn't work, ' Austin said. SFPD later confirmed to ABC7 News they did not receive any calls about anyone selling water. She wrote: "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'". But mostly, it involved Twitter tracking down the angry woman, real name apparently Alison Ettel, and gleefully watching her career suffer.
Under the Twitter hashtag #PermitPatty, the video has been viewed more than 4.5 million times.
"This is my son selling water right at the same place of the poor little 8-year-old and nobody stopped him", said Cassindy Chow, whose son sells water without a permit.
Ettel resigned Tuesday from her position as CEO of TreatWell Health, a company that sells cannabis products for people and animals, according to the company's spokesperson Cynthia Conzalez.
"To the child, I am so sorry that you're even dealing with this", she said.
"I had been putting up with this for hours, and I just snapped", she said. She came out of the building and launched an attack on her and her daughter.