Woman dubbed ‘#PermitPatty’ appears to call cops on 8-year-old girl selling water in viral video

Video of the white woman allegedly calling the authorities on a young black girl who had been selling water bottles in Bay area has gone viral.  

The infant’s mother, Erin Austin, posted it on  her Instagram account. Inside it,   she  follows a woman called Alison  Ettel,   who is keeping a phone to her ear.

Austin, who seem to recently lost her job, told  All the Mothers   that her 8-year-old daughter Jordan was trying to increase money because she wanted to visit Disneyland.

Jordan was selling the water containers outside the family’s apartment building, that is across the street from AT& T Arena, where the Giants were playing.

Caught away from guard  when Ettel approached 8-year-old Jordan  for a permit, Austin informed the blog that she intervened.  

“This woman don’t wanna let just a little girl sell some water, ” Austin tx can be heard saying. “She contacting the police on an 8-year-old little girl. ” 

Ettel then ducks behind a packet structure, appearing to hide.  

Austin comes after her with the camera, telling the girl the whole world is going to see her.

Ettel states the little girl is “illegally promoting water without a permit. ” It can unclear whether she’s speaking to the particular cops or to Austin.  

“On our property, ” Austin says.  

A grab shows Alison Ettel ducking behind a wall while becoming recorded allegedly calling the police with an 8-year-old girl.   (INSTAGRAM @ladyesowavy)

“It’s not really your property, ” Ettel responds prior to the video ends.  

In the video caption, she asked people to make the female go viral under the hashtag “#permitpatty. ” 

As of Sunday morning, the video experienced more than 864, 000 views and  #PermitPatty   trended on Twitter.  

This is actually the latest in a series of incidents exactly where white people have called the police upon black people in public parks , espresso shops and other areas.  

Austin’s cousin, Raje Lee, who have posted about the incident on Tweets said her cousin was talented four tickets to Disneyland with a man who heard about the story.  

The lady posted a video to Twitter associated with her cousin’s elated response:

Austin tx said she and her family members have received a large amount of positivity and assistance.

Whenever asked about Ettel telling Huffington Write-up she felt bad about the circumstance, Austin told USA Today she didn’t accept any apology.  

“She did it to herself, inch she said.

Christopher Carbone is a reporter for FoxNews. possuindo. He can be reached at captain christopher. carbone@foxnews. com or on Tweets @christocarbone .