Woman calls cops on girl selling water in front of apartment building

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"I'd like to say I'm sorry to the mother in how I actually interacted with her, because I know I escalated it, too". It had everything to do with the disturbance. They were wrong. I was stressed and admittedly did the wrong thing.

"I was on some extreme deadlines", Ettel told CNN's Dan Simon.

"Ice cold water, $2", she yelled, hawking hydration to passersby near AT&T Park.

She tried to get the building's security to do something, but she just ended up in an argument with the mom.

Ettel, the founder of cannabis tincture company TreatWell Health, also told HuffPost there was "no racial component" to her actions. Her daughter had been selling the water outside the family's apartment building. "Thank you for teaching her all people aren't so shitty". And people have open windows. If you feel as if you're in danger, someone close to you has gone missing or you find that some of your prized possessions were taken, a simple three-digit dial is all you need to try and keep your sense of reality as neat as possible. "She's calling the police on an 8-year-old little girl". The mother replied, "On my property" and Ettel told her, "It's not your property".

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Last month, a Yale grad student called police on a classmate for napping in a common area. "I have the right to be here, '" Ettel said.

Here's what can be heard and seen in the video, and what both have said since.

Ettel later told the Huffington Post that the mother and daughter were "screaming" about the water they were selling. SF Gate reports that a spokeswoman for the San Francisco Police Department said officers have had no recent contact with an 8-year-old girl.

"She asked me where's my permit?"

"OK, call them!" Austin said.

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"There was no point in having the police come", Ettel said. They were being disruptive. "It was just the disruption".

KRON4 met Cassindy Chow outside the San Francisco location where Alison Ettel now known as "Permit Patty" said she was calling the police on 8-year-old Jordan over the weekend. "And who pretends to call the police on an 8-year-old?" First you sell water, then lemonade. In other words: Permit Patty might not even have a permit for some of the work she does herself. "I didn't think in San Francisco my biracial child would have to go through something like this". "She never asked us to be quiet. She's not screaming. The men on the street selling parking passes are louder than her".

The #PermitPatty video sparked outage and continued conversations about policing and racism.

In the meantime, Twitectives discovered that Ettel owns a business called TreatWell that makes cannabis products for humans and animals alike - which might not be entirely legal, according to SF Gate.

Ettel said she has not had death threats and someone made her address and phone number public.

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"I'm not proud of how I acted", Ettel told "Today". I would have done something, not that.