North Carolina woman seen in viral racist rant faces 911 violation charge

North Carolina woman seen in viral racist rant faces 911 violation charge

North Carolina woman seen in viral racist rant faces 911 violation charge

Westwood also called 911, telling the dispatcher she would pay $2,500 "to get them out of here", according to authorities.

She was transferred to the Brunswick County Sheriff's Department, NBC News reported, and later released.

Th video shows Westwood appears to engage the other women without provocation, The Charlotte Observer previously reported.

Susan Westwood turned herself in to Sunset Beach Police Saturday. One of the women is a tenant at the apartment building, which Westwood apparently doubted that a Black person could afford. "Nobody cares! I'm white and I'm hot". "I'm still going to make $125,000 Monday morning".

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Law enforcement officials had issued a warrant for Westwood - dubbed "South Park Susan" - and released the two calls she made to 911 on October 19. "They are actually people that I've never seen here before ― but they are African American".

Leisa and Mary Garris said they were waiting on AAA when they said Westwood began harassing them. She added that "there's no auto broken down, there's somebody trying to cause problems". "We want to bring justice".

"It's been an eye-opener", continued Garris.

The two women were outside waiting for AAA to fix their auto. Since the video has gone public, Westwood's employer, Spectrum Cable, fired Westwood.

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"The incident recorded in Charlotte is a blatant violation of Charter's code of conduct and clearly disregards the company's commitment to inclusion and respectful behavior", said Scott Pryzwanky, a spokesperson for the company, in a statement.

This is the latest in a series of high-profile incidents in which a white person has called the police to report black people taking part in everyday activities. She repeatedly asked the women if they lived in the apartment complex, as well as whether their "baby daddy" was with them.

According to WBTV, Westwood faces eviction from the Camden Fairview Apartments and has been fired from her job with Charter Communications.

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