Charlotte Woman, Susan Jane Westwood Whose Racist Rant Went Viral Is Missing

Charlotte Woman, Susan Jane Westwood Whose Racist Rant Went Viral Is Missing

A woman, Susan Jane Westwood who was fired from her job and was given four criminal summonses for harassing two black women in an apartment complex —

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A woman, Susan Jane Westwood who was fired from her job and was given four criminal summonses for harassing two black women in an apartment complex — screaming “I’m white, I’m beautiful, I’m hot!” — is now missing, according to police.

Videos of Susan Jane Westwood, 51, went viral after several clips on Facebook on Oct. 19 showed her seemingly intoxicated and hounding two sisters named Leisa and Mary Garris, who were reportedly awaiting AAA car assistance in their Camden Fairview apartment complex in Charlotte, N.C.

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“I’m white, I’m pretty, and I’m over 40 … and who are you? Do you live here?” Westwood asked the women in one video. “Do I need to call people?”

On numerous occasions, Westwood demands to know where the women live, while also bragging about her $125K salary and chanting “I’m white, I’m white” and “Is your baby daddy here?” She also threatened to “bring out my concealed weapon.”

According to a police report sent Thursday from the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department to Yahoo Lifestyle, one sister also claimed Westwood “physically assaulted her and threatened her with bodily injury.” Westwood was issued various criminal summonses accusing her of simple assault and communicating threats.

After the videos went viral, Westwood was fired from her job at Charter Communications, with a spokesperson telling Yahoo Lifestyle Monday, “The incident recorded in Charlotte is a blatant violation of Charter’s code of conduct and clearly disregards the company’s commitment to inclusion and respectful behavior. As such, Ms. Westwood’s employment with the company has been terminated, effective immediately.”

A police representative tells Yahoo Lifestyle that on Wednesday, because Westwood called 911 to falsely claim the women were trying to break into nearby apartments, she now has an additional charge: misusing 911. However, when police attempted to serve the misdemeanor warrant to Westwood, she was nowhere to be found.

Police are asking anyone with information about Westwood’s location to call 911.

Source: Yahoo News

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