Charlotte Woman Who Harassed Black Neighbors Turns Herself In To Police

Remigio Civitarese
Novembre 9, 2018

- The woman who became known as "South Park Susan" after a video she was in went viral turned herself in to police.

One of the women claimed Westwood threatened to pull out a gun when they called 911, and a police incident report obtained by Yahoo Lifestyle shows that one of the women said Westwood physically assaulted her.

After Westwood turned herself in Saturday, Sunset Beach police took her to the Brunswick County Sheriff's Department, where she was served with the outstanding warrants, CMPD said in its statement Saturday night.

In video of the October 19 incident that went viral, Westwood, dubbed "South Park Susan" by the media, taunted, threatened, and mocked sisters Leisa and Mary Garris as they waited for AAA assistance after having auto trouble in the parking lot of her Charlotte apartment complex. "They are actually people that I've never seen here before ― but they are African American". "Nobody breaks their auto down in the best part of society", said Westwood. "They're trying to cause a problem".

"No one breaks their vehicle down in the best part of society".

One woman in the background of the recording remarked that Westwood smelled of alcohol. "They don't belong here". But, Westwood continues to berate them, repeatedly asking, "Do you live here?" "Just get them out of here!"

Attorney Michael Phillips, who has been hired to represent the Garris sisters, told WBTV that he has been in contact with the apartment complex and its management has agreed to evict Westwood. "Nobody cares. I'm white and I'm hot", the woman is heard telling the two sisters. "I'm still going to make $125,000 Monday morning". Being hot? Being attractive?

Last month, a white woman in Brooklyn called the police after accusing a 9-year-old African-American boy of groping her. Security footage proved this was false.

Westwood's employer, Charter Communications, confirmed to Yahoo Lifestyle on October 29 that she was sacked after she was identified as the woman in the video, which was taken on October 19.

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