Alison Ettel
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Sometimes it can seem difficult to get real, actual justice from the criminal-justice system, but some good old internet justice is trying to make up for it with swift, brutal and efficient precision.

And #PermitPatty, the infamous white woman who called the police on an 8-year-old black girl selling water, is the latest to feel the cold sting of karma.

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According to the San Diego Union-Tribune, at least six businesses have announced their decision to cut ties with the marijuana company owned by ole Patty, who is legally known as Alison Ettel.

Ettel, you might remember, owns a weed-for-dogs business in San Francisco and insisted in a sea of white tears that she was not racially motivated in her bullying of the girl, adding that she never intended for police to respond to her calls.

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But yeah, some cannabis stores arenā€™t about that lifeā€”whether they are risk-averse or morally bound.

Magnolia, a cannabis store in Oakland, Calif., which sold Ettelā€™s Treatwell Tinctures, said that it would stop carrying the product, even though it was one of the storeā€™s best-selling products.

ā€œAfter seeing this video of their CEO, calling the police on an 8-year-old entrepreneur selling water on a hot day, we decided without hesitation that we could no longer patronize her company,ā€ a statement from the store read, adding that ā€œintegrity is always before profits.ā€

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Other marijuana dispensaries in California, including the Apothecarium, the Bloom Room and Green Trees Wellness, also distanced themselves. In addition, two other businessesā€”cannabis-delivery service Herb and reviews website Ganjlyā€”have come out against Ettelā€™s actions in the video, according to the Union-Tribune.

Green Trees said that it had not carried any of Ettelā€™s products since late last year and will not do so again because of her ā€œbigoted behavior.ā€

ā€œWe want to make it abundantly clear that Green Trees does not support or condone the inexcusable behavior demonstrated by Ms. Ettel,ā€ the company said in a statement on Facebook.

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Welp, if Permit Patty was crying before, I bet sheā€™s really loading up on the tears now.

Oh well ...

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