Watch: NY Man Records Racial Confrontation in Parking Lot

In the video footage, a white woman repeatedly berates the man behind the camera, calling him a “dirty f--king n--ger” because he apparently scared her kids when he started his car.

The woman yelling at the man through his car window YouTube screenshot

Editor’s note: Tweets that were previously attributed to the woman in this video were not genuine. 

“You’re a n–ger!”

This is allegedly what the woman said, pointedly and vehemently, to the man recording her from his car window as she called her husband to tell him to come and deal with him.

Apparently the confrontation on May 30 started when the man, presumably black, got into his car and started his vehicle in a Cheektowaga, N.Y., parking lot, scaring the woman’s two children. This allegedly set the woman off, and she started a racial-slur-filled tirade against the man in the vehicle, who calmly began recording her.

“I called you a n–ger. You’re a n–ger! Nasty f–king n–ger!” the woman shouted at the man while allegedly on the phone with her husband. She was apparently calling him to come and beat up the unidentified man, posting under the YouTube name IAMOYAB.

“Talk to this f–king n–ger right now. I’m telling you, he’s recording me,” she said to her husband. “Tell him you will f–king kill him. I will f–king yank his ass out the car.”

Meanwhile, the man continued to record from his car, occasionally punctuating her rant with “Please do”—like when she threatened to pull him out of his vehicle or call the cops—and “very well.”

The video ends with the woman telling the man to stay where he is so her husband can come and beat his “ass,” before she threatens to “whip” her coffee at him—at which point he rolls up his car windows and locks his doors, commenting in disbelief, “Racism is alive and well, I tell you … amazing. Absolutely amazing. This is where we live at. This is exactly where we live and what goes on. I start my car, she calls me a n–ger. Amazing.”

The woman was later identified as Janelle Ambrosia and took the time to tell her side of the story in an interview with a local Buffalo station, 93.7 WBLK, in a video posted on Wednesday.