"On my property", Austin replied.
In this latest instance of black people being reported to authorities for seemingly normal things, Ettel - now nicknamed by critics "Permit Patty" - has drawn comparisons to Jennifer Schulte.
She says she has even received death threats.
Rodgers' mother, Erin Austin, filmed the business owner as she spoke on the phone about the girl "illegally selling water without a permit".
"I said, 'Please, I'm trying to work". It might be worth calling the cops on a noisy neighbour or what seems to be a public dispute, but when it comes to an eight-year-old girl selling bottles of water, it could be said that dialing 911 might be described as "excessive".
A representative for Ettel said the woman's actions were not racially motivated.
The video was originally posted by the girl's mother on Instagram.
"I did not want to see the police because I was scared", Jordan told GMA.
Jordan's situation is somewhat of an extension of a previous incident in Oakland where a white woman called the police on a group of Black people hosting a barbecue.
In a freakish twist, it was revealed Ettel makes a living selling edible marijuana for both humans and their pets, which she may or may not have a permit for so.
There have been consequences for Ettel's company, TreatWell as well, which sells cannabis products for pets and humans.
"Treatwell was one our best-selling products but to us, integrity is always before profits", Magnolia Oakland said in its statement.
Jordan told Inside Edition she is "extremely" excited to go to Disneyland because she "has never gone". She was back on Sunday selling water again.
Since the video went viral, Alison has deleted her social media pages. These kinds of racist calls to police are quite common. The girl was causing no harm. "That's when the lady proceeded to call the police". The post was picked up by a number of celebrities, including American actress and activist Gabrielle Union. "She permanently wears folks OUT".
The girl's older cousin posted a video of the woman to Twitter and a relative of the girl can be seen berating the whistleblower in the footage.
She was dubbed "bbqbecky" online, in reference to the derisive term "Beckys" for white women.