Girl selling water sparks altercation

The person who posted the video also posted a split image of the woman who called cops on the people having a barbecue in April and the woman allegedly calling cops today

The person who posted the video also posted a split image of the woman who called cops on the people having a barbecue in April and the woman allegedly calling cops today

"She came out and directly demanded to see a permit to sell water from an 8-year-old".

Ettel told the Huffington Post she was just "pretending" to call the police because she was annoyed by the girl and her mother "screaming about what they were selling".

Speaking to ABC, Ettel added that she didn't call the police to "report" the pair, but to find out whether what they were doing was legal. "It was every two seconds, 'Come and buy my water.' It was continuous and it wasn't a soft voice, it was screaming", she told HuffPost. A video of the incident was recorded by Jordan's mother Erin Austin.

"It was wrong, and I wish I could take it back".

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

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People have been using the hashtag #PermitPatty after a video was shared showing a woman reporting a child to police in East Oakland, California, for selling water outside her home.

Ettel, who noted that she could only hear and not see the vendors at that time, said she asked a security guard to talk to Austin and her daughter and ask them to quiet down or move around the corner.

Meanwhile, Austin said on Instagram that a musician bought her and her family four tickets to Disneyland.

Since the video went viral, Alison has deleted her social media pages.

While some people have been quick to brand the incident as racially motivated, Ettel denies the incident had anything to do with the little girl's skin tone. Ettel said the confrontation started after she heard commotion coming from the water bottle sales happening outside.

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Last month, a Yale grad student called police on a classmate for napping in a common area. She bestowed the nickname "Permit Patty" on the woman and compared her to "BBQ Becky" and Internet users did the rest. Horrible, horrible images and death threats.

DeMarco Morgan reports Jordan was selling water because she wanted to go on her first-ever trip to Disneyland.

In the viral video, the girl's older cousin can be seen following Ettel, who was walking away while talking on the phone. She'd been "putting up" with the noise for hours, she explained, and "just snapped". Robert Ruecam, a spokesman for the San Francisco Police Department, told NBC News they did not receive a complaint about Rogers and Austin selling water.

When she was told about Ettel's regrets about the incident, Austin's response was simple: "She did it to herself".

Eight-year-old Jordan Austin was selling water without an official license. However, in light of its global controversy, retailers have announced that they will no longer sell her company's products because of the incident.

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"To the child, I am so sorry that you're even dealing with this", she said.

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