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A 21-year-old Amazon delivery woman Itzel Ramirez brutally beat another woman, 67, who she called a slut after the San Francisco area driver told her to “check out her white privilege” when she found out about a delay Package complained.
I knew this was racism the moment I saw it. Yet one more person acting out on leftist narratives, “called out her white privilege” then beat a 67 year old white woman. #itzelramirez is a lowlife scumbag. https://t.co/4qw8hIlZ05
— D. Arizona (@ArizonaDMK) June 5, 2021
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Itzel Ramirez, the Amazon driver, was arrested after being filmed in an attack on the woman in Alameda County, the sheriff’s office said Friday.
A video posted on social media shows the unidentified Castro Valley victim appearing to be saying something to the driver after dropping parcels in front of an entrance to Vista Creek Apartments around 6 p.m. Thursday.
Doug Smith, the owner of the apartment complex where the victim lives as a tenant, told KTVU-TV that the victim had received a notification that a package they had been waiting for had been delivered.
When she went to the lobby of the apartment complex to pick up the package, it wasn’t there. The Amazon driver Ramirez was nearby.
According to Smith, the woman asked Ramirez where the package was. Ramirez reportedly replied that the package would arrive soon.
Smith said the victim waited in the lobby for about 15 minutes. Then she came back outside and asked Ramirez again about the status of the shipment, Smith said.
“I think the Amazon driver said something about ‘your white privilege,’ and my renter said, ‘You don’t have to be a bastard about it,’ turned and walked away,” Smith told KTVU-TV.
Ramirez was so angry that she started slapping the woman on the head and torso, landing up to 10 punches.
She claims to have acted in self-defense.
Surveillance videos filmed by cameras positioned both outside and in the lobby of the building show Ramirez pushing the woman against the main entrance and continuing to hit her.
The woman can be seen bent over with her hands in front of her head in order to defend herself.
The victim reportedly sustained a broken nose and other visible injuries.
Ramirez was spotted wearing her Amazon vest posing for her booking photo with the Alameda County Sheriff’s Office.
Smith told KRON-TV that the victim was “too disturbed” to reveal their identity and share their experiences with the press.
Ramirez was sent to jail. She is being held on bail for $ 100,000.
She was charged with elderly abuse and assault with serious bodily harm. Her indictment is scheduled for Monday.
Amazon released a statement saying Ramirez will no longer be employed by the company.
“This doesn’t reflect the high standards we have for the drivers who deliver our packages,” the company said.
“We take these matters seriously and this person is no longer delivering Amazon packages.”
Last week, an Amazon driver was caught in a major meltdown in a viral video that showed him screaming and cursing in his truck while delivering packages.
TikTok user Kristina Danielle Zagwyn (@kristinadaniellez), believed to be from the US, shared the alarming footage over Memorial Day weekend, causing a mixture of concern and amusement among viewers.
“Tell me you had a bad day without telling me you had a bad day,” Zagwyn captioned the clip showing the man repeatedly shouting “S ** t!” while she was parked in front of her house.
The nameless man was still screaming in pain as he reversed the truck and drove away in the opposite direction.
Zagwyn, who appeared to have filmed the video from her porch, said in the comments that she was worried about him.
“We tried to help him for half an hour, but he didn’t,” she wrote.
“He just acted like that, then he went through a stop sign and almost collided with a minivan. You had to hit the brakes. ‘
The TikTok was viewed more than 577,000 times in two days, and many people shared their condolences for the driver.
Amazon’s handling of its workers has been questioned during the pandemic, prompting founder Jeff Bezos to defend employee working conditions in his 2020 letter to shareholders.
“Going Postal will soon be replaced by Going Prime-al,” one person commented on the video while another added, “When overwork and underpaid finally hit the boiling point.”
Others admitted they could identify themselves, including the delivery driver.