Alison Ettel a.k.a 'Permit Patty' issues an apology

28 June, 2018, 11:03 | Author: Camille Rivera
  • 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's calling police on an 8-year-old little girl".

In the footage, the child's mother can be heard chastising Ettel as she stands on the phone; crouching down behind a wall when she realises she is being filmed. Citing loud yelling, Ettel stormed to the building courtyard and demanded to see the 8-year-old's permit, before ducking behind a nearby pillar to apparently call the police.

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".

"I said, 'Please, I'm trying to work".

Ausin said she was convinced the question was racially motivated, which is why she started recording Ettel's alleged call to police.

A woman threatened to call police on an 8-year-old girl selling water outside her apartment building.

In just about the only piece of good news to come out of this incident, an anonymous donor gave the girl selling water four tickets to Disneyland after being moved by the video.

Posts of the video to Instagram and Twitter, which dubbed the woman on the phone #PermitPatty, went viral Saturday. She got into an argument with Austin, and the final moments of that squabble have now reverberated around the world.

Ettel isn't the first White woman in the Bay area to call or threaten to call the police on Black people for doing things that everyone else does.

Now, according to SF Gate, Ettel is receiving death threats.

"Leave kids alone, let kids be kids, if they're not hurting anybody, who cares?" she said.

The woman filming interjects, "On my property".

In a video shared on Twitter, a woman said her young cousin was reported to police because she didn't have a permit to sell water. The video has been viewed 1.2 million times since it was posted over the weekend. "I had been putting up with this for hours, and I just snapped".

Alison Ettel, 44, rang 911 on Friday after noticing her neighbour Jordan Rodgers selling bottled water to people on the sidewalk outside their San Francisco apartment block.

Magnolia Wellness issued a statement on Instagram announcing that they will no longer carry Treatwell Tinctures, cannabis products for pets.

Ettel, 44, told The Today Show she received "all kinds of threats".

"Now I'm starting to think she did it on objective", Jordan said, "because I think she doesn't care about people's skin colors, because she doesn't care about people's lives except for hers".

Ettel did, however, offer an apology to Austin and her daughter.

"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.



Denmark and France through to World Cup last 16 after goalless draw
"He has had a long, gruelling season". "When you have a bit less in your legs, it's harder to be at ease on the pitch, but he's still very important for us".

Utah’s Rudy Gobert wins NBA Defensive Player of the Year
Backstage, Robertson commended the activism of today's players, although he wondered why more white athletes aren't speaking out. Robertson is the career leader in triple-doubles and was the first player to average one for a season.

Falcao scores, Colombia beats Poland 3-0 at World Cup
Colombia's win resurrects their World Cup campaign after defeat in their opener against Japan threatened an early exit. Colombia led 1-0 at half-time thanks to Yerry Mina's towering header following a well-worked short corner.

Hamilton wins French GP to retake lead in F1 title race
Race stewards said his auto had been fitted with a fourth engine and turbo charger, exceeding the 21-race season's allocation of three.

Japan, Senegal share the points in draw
A similarly attritional contest could be on the cards on Sunday against the Central Americas who are making their World Cup debut. He played a number of minutes in the last match , giving him confidence, and there were a number of things we had to fine tune.

President Trump Demands No 'Judges or Court' for Illegal Border Crossers
Last week, Trump reversed a policy of separating families entering the USA illegally at the border with Mexico . While 58% of all adults said they disapproved of Mr.

Priest slaps crying baby during baptism
The dad looks pissed , and people can be heard remarking "no no no", "sir, he is scared" and "that's not allowed". In the video, the priest can be seen making a shape of the cross over the baby's body before he begins to cry.

Parliament passes the Cannabis Act
Statistics Canada estimates that the marijuana market in Canada was worth C$5.7 billion ($4.28 billion) in 2017. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has said marijuana will become fully legalized in Canada on October 17, 2018.

Nick Jonas Makes It Official With Priyanka Chopra On Instagram
The couple jetted off to India together, where a source tells ET Jonas will meet Chopra's mother, Madhu, for the first time.

Separating immigrant families is a cruel means to a cruel end
And daughter Ivanka Trump tweeted, "Thank you @POTUS for taking critical action ending family separation at our border". Neither, though, did it require parents to be kept in detention, apart from their children.