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A white woman who called 911 on her Black neighbors has apologized for her actions, according to the family. Fareed and Norrinda Hayat, both lawyers, told Inside Edition they received the apology letter from the woman after she accused the couple of not having a permit to build a patio in their backyard in Montclair, New Jersey. The neighbors told her to leave their property, which is when she called 911 to claim she'd been pushed by Fareed. Onlooking neighbors refuted the claim.
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