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Tammy Rivera went viral last week when she complained that she was racially profiled by an Asian employee at a CVS Pharmacy in DeKalb County, Georgia.

In a video clip posted on social media, Tammy, a frequent shopper at the store, explained that the female worker yelled at her for opening a hair wrap package she intended to buy.
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Tammy said she knows all the employees at the drug store, but the employee who yelled at her was new.

Tammy claimed she was "racially profiled" because the woman assumed she was shoplifting.

The single mom called the CVS manager to complain and the manager called her back to apologize.

A rep for CVS corporate spoke to TMZ and said it has a "firm non-discrimination policy" and it's committed to ensuring that all customers are "treated with respect and are offered courteous customer service."

According to TMZ, the rep said CVS has launched an investigation into Tammy's allegations.

Tammy shared another video on Instagram to explain that she only wanted to be treated fairly.

"I want to be treated fairly and I'm a human being. I don't think I look better than everybody else. I'm a regular person and I don't expect to be treated with special privileges.

"I believe that you should greet the janitor with the same respect you give to the CEO. Treat everybody fairly. You sat there and you racially profiled me."

In most Democratic-controlled cities, such as nearby Atlanta, shoplifters are allowed free reign to steal up to $1,000 worth of merchandise.

However, Georgia is a red state where shoplifters are prosecuted to the full extent of the law.

The 35-year-old Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta star recently split from rapper Waka Flocka Flame, her husband of 7 years.

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A CVS employee was arrested after police found 62 Covid-19 vaccination record cards in his car.

Zachary Honig, 21, was arrested Tuesday in East Garden City after police searched his car and found the vaccination cards.

Honig reportedly admitted selling some cards and was planning to share the rest of the cards with family and friends who don't want the mRNA vaccines.

Officers were searching the area for drug offenders when they spotted Honig sitting in his car with the engine running, WABC reported.

The officers searched his car and found a controlled substance as well as 62 vaccination cards.

Honig admitted he stole the cards from a CVS pharmacy where he worked, WABC reported.

He said he sold some of the cards to college students and he intended to share the remaining cards with family and friends, WABC reported.

Police said eight of the cards were filled out with dates and vaccine information with only the name space left blank. 54 of the cards were blank.

It is a federal crime to produce or sell vaccination cards.