Surrounded by heckling neighbors - some recording on cellphones - Klein looked up at a mounted screen, where the surveillance footage showed the boy walking behind her and his backpack appearing to brush her backside.
Spectators gathered outside the store, many of which tell Ms Klein to "go home" and one woman can be heard saying "she's nasty". "The son grabbed my ass and she chose to yell at me", Klein continued, referencing the mother.
Teresa Sue Klein is the latest Caucasian to get a catchy nickname that reflects some type of racially motivated action.
"That's right. The son grabbed my a** and [the child's mother] made a decision to yell at me", Klein told the police, adding, "I've just been sexually assaulted by a child".
The man who filmed the "Cornerstore Caroline" video last week in Brooklyn is not buying the white woman's apology.
Klein, 53, returned to the Bodega to purchase cigarettes and when prompted by a journalist went back inside to watch the encounter on the store's flat-screen television screens.
"He was so traumatised by the situation, he started crying, his sister started crying".
On Wednesday, Facebook user Jason Stovetop Littlejohn shared a video of the ensuing argument, reportedly outside the Sahara Deli in Flatbush, N.Y.
A white woman who called the cops on a nine-year-old black boy claiming he groped her buttocks has apologized to him after security footage proved he never put a hand on her.
"Maybe I could sit down with the young lady who got in my face, maybe we could do the interview together", she said.
She also claims the boy's mother threatened her life and she would like to pursue charges against her. "It's not the first time I've been grabbed on the a** by a kid".
"While I do not know the nine-year-old boy personally, I can not go to sleep tonight without doing something for him", Michael Skolnik, who launched the campaign, said. Klein continued to deny that she acted out of any sort of racial bigotry.