Woman dubbed 'South Park Susan' in racist viral video faces additional charges

Her insults against the two women at the Camden Fairview apartment complex went viral after the women, who are sisters, posted video of the encounter on Facebook a week later.

A woman who was captured on video spouting off racist remarks to two black women who were having vehicle trouble in a North Carolina parking lot reportedly turned herself in to police on Saturday.

Facebook Susan Westwood, 51, turned herself into the Sunset Beach Police Department on Saturday after being wanted on charges related to the October 19 incident.

Susan Jane Westwood, 51, of Charlotte, disappeared after the October 19 incident in the parking lot of her south Charlotte apartment complex, Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police said.

Leisa and Mary Garris called police twice to report Westwood was harassing them.

According to the tape, Westwood also tells the 911 dispatcher, "They've been hanging out here for awhile".

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Westwood was sacked from her job following the incident. "Nobody breaks their auto down in the best part of society", said Westwood. "I'm sorry to have to do that out loud, but nobody breaks their auto down here on objective unless they're looking for money", Westwood told the dispatcher.

In addition to the misuse of 911 charge, she also faced a summons on two separate charges each of simple assault and communicating threats.

She also asks the women, "Do I need to bring out my concealed weapon, too? They're trying to cause a problem", Westwood said.

In the footage, Westwood can be heard saying " I'm white and hot" several times as well as boasting about earning 5,000 (£97,700) per year. This is, this is, get them out of here.

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

Westwood's employer, Charter Communications, told WSOC-TV that Westwood was sacked, as the incident was "a blatant violation of Charter's code of conduct and clearly disregards the company's commitment to inclusion and respectful behavior".

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