According to a family member-a woman named Raj on Twitter who says she's the little girl and her mom's cousin-said the girl and her mom live near AT&T Park, where the San Francisco Giants played the San Diego Padres on Friday (Jun. 22).
The video received thousands of comments and shares on social media, as users accused the woman, dubbed "Permit Patty", of racism.
"It was literally nonstop". She left her office windows opened and was bothered by the constant screaming of "come and buy my water".
She said she had only been set up for about 15 minutes when the woman approached her, "saying she was trying to work and we were being too loud". "I tried to be polite, but I was stern".
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"As soon as I saw it, I put the word out to staff to pull it off the shelf immediately and let her know we weren't doing business with her any more", Jesse Henry, Barbary's executive director, told the Guardian. You're screaming. You're yelling.
In the interview, Ettel breaks down in tears as she says she's received "all kinds of threats" - including "death threats" - numerous the messages containing "horrible, frightful images".
Frustrated by the allegedly continuous noise, Ettel eventually went outside and asked Austin and her daughter to keep it down.
Ettel told the Chronicle that she only pretended to call police after failed appeals to building security and a confrontation with the girl's mother.
Ettel has also lost her deal with platform Lady Bud, who are documenting women who "transition from the black market to the legal market" since California ended its prohibition of adult use marijuana.
"I'm upset she had to go through this", Austin said after the incident.
She was reportedly selling water to help contribute to a family trip to Disneyland.
@_ethiopiangold hi, I've purchased 4 adult peak tickets (no need to worry about age, or day) and I'd like to send the gift receipt via email that her mom will be able to access the tickets from. The short clip, which Austin posted on Instagram and her cousin shared on Twitter, begins with Austin following Ettel, who is already on the phone.
However, Alison later told HuffPost that she was only "pretending" to call the police, and that it "didn't have a racial component to it".