A North Carolina woman was named "South Park Susan" after molesting two black sisters in front of an apartment complex in southern Charlotte on AAA.
Videos of the incident that Chele Garris shared on Facebook show the woman keeps asking the sisters, "Do you live here?" Before I tell them, "I'm white … and I make $ 125,000 a year I want to make sure you're up here. "
The Sisters Who's been waiting for the breakdown service in front of the Camden Fairview Apartments in SouthPark also learns from the woman that she is "damnably fabulous" before she threatens to "bring out my hidden weapons".
"Is your friend here, is your baby dad here, no one cares, I'm white and I'm hot," she said. "They hang around in a place you do not belong to."
Although the incident took place on October 19, the videos became viral after being uploaded to social media on Friday.
The sisters told Fox 8 on Saturday they were "so distraught and still very upset about what happened just because of the color of the skin."
"It's so annoying to know that today we still have this racism in 2018" (19659002) Social media users identified the woman and found that she was working for Spectrum Enterprises, a company that was part of it Charter Communications is. In a statement made available to local ABC subsidiary WSOC-TV, the company said it had been terminated and identified them only with their surname.
"The incident recorded in Charlotte is a blatant violation of Charter's Code of Conduct and is obviously ignoring the company's commitment to inclusion and respectful behavior," it said. "As such, Mrs. Westwood's employment at the company was terminated with immediate effect."
A spokesman for the Charlotte-Mecklenburg police department told HuffPost that although they could not confirm the suspect's name, "four criminal subpoenas" were issued "including" two charges of communication threats and two charges of plain assault. "
" Once the subpoenas have been operated, the suspect's name [sic] may be released, "a statement said.
Chele Garris did not respond immediately to HuffPost's request for comment.