"I'm White And I'm Hot" Woman Surrenders To Cops

Westwood was fired from her job following the incident

Westwood was fired from her job following the incident

Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police said Susan Westwood turned herself in to authorities in Brunswick County on Saturday on charges of misuse of 911, in addition to the four criminal summons she was issued for the incident.

The Garris sisters were waiting for AAA in an apartment complex parking lot in Charlotte when Westwood confronted them, asking where they lived because she didn't recognize them.

Westwood turned herself in to police in Sunset Beach on Saturday. One of the women is a tenant at the apartment building, which Westwood apparently doubted that a Black person could afford.

Westwood also called 911, according to a 911 tape of the call released by police.

Police charged Westwood with misusing 911, communicating threats and simple assault, but couldn't find her to serve the warrants.

In the 911 calls, Westwood can be heard saying, "They are actually people that I've never seen here before, but they are African American".

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.

An emergency dispatcher was heard telling Westwood that first responders received a call about someone's auto breaking down at the location Westwood indicated. "Right now. I will", Westwood says.

"I'm white and I'm hot". "I'm still gonna make $125,000". They're begging for money, and we need to get them out of here... Westwood told police, according to the station.

"I'll tell you what, I'll pay $2,500 to get them out of here".

A woman who was filmed lauching a racially-motivated attack on two women has now been fired from her job following the incident and now faces criminal charges. "They're trying to cause a problem". Since the video has gone public, Westwood's employer, Spectrum Cable, fired Westwood.

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