CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Video of the woman nicknamed "SouthPark Susan" harassing two women in the parking lot of an apartment complex has gone viral.
The sisters, the apparent targets of 51-year-old Susan Westwood’s rants, said they shared their story to bring change.
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“No matter our skin tone, we all are the same,” Lesa Garris said. “If you can't help someone, just respect them.”
(You can listen to the complete 911 calls from the incident below)
(911 Call: Women waiting for police)
(911 Call: Women say they are being harassed)
(911 Call: Caller makes complaint to dispatcher)
“I hope the actions that my sister and I took will give others the opportunity to stop and think before they react,” Mary Garris said.
The corporate office of the apartment complex evicted Westwood. She was also fired from her job.
Police said the complaint will be heard in court on Dec. 19.
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