A white North Carolina woman who harassed two black women while they waited for AAA roadside assistance has turned herself into police, according to NBC News affiliate WCNC of Charlotte.
Susan Westwood, 51, turned herself in on Saturday. She was transferred to the Brunswick County Sheriff’s Department, where she was served with an outstanding misdemeanor warrant for misuse of the 911 system, in addition to four criminal summons.
Westwood had been in custody but was released. She turned herself into police a week after she was recorded on tape harassing two black women in a North Carolina apartment complex.
Westwood was recorded on video on Oct. 19 making racist remarks in an apparent drunken rant aimed at Leisa Garris and her sister, Chele Garris.
“Hi, how are you? I’m hot. I’m beautiful. I’m 51. What are we going to talk about tonight? Being hot? Being beautiful? Being white? Being, my new weave. Do you, do you live here?” she said to the women before asking whether their “baby daddy” was with them.
She later referred to having a concealed weapon.