CVS has issued an apology to Camilla Hudson after a CVS Edgewater store manager called police accusing her of trying to use a fake coupon.
Hudson said she was just trying to use a coupon for an item when the manager told her he couldn't accept it and then accused her of handwriting the coupon. Hudson wanted managers to call the corporate office for help on the issue, and that's when police were called.
The woman captured the incident on video, which shows manager Morry Matson visibly shaken as he talks to police on the phone. Ms. Hudson claims he did not begin shaking until he placed the call to police.
Hudson posted the full video on her Facebook page.