The company said it doesn't tolerate discrimination against customers and after an investigation into the incident they fired the two managers and apologized to Hudson.
Hudson had posted cellphone video to Facebook after saying managers at the drugstore claimed her coupon for a free product was "fraudulent".
Matson then called the police a second time while Hudson stood nearby, capturing the call on video.
"We sincerely apologize to Ms. Hudson for her experience in one of our stores", CVS said in a statement issued to Block Club Chicago. Our Region Director in Chicago contacted Ms. Hudson as soon as we were made aware of this incident. In a statement, CVS said that discriminatory behavior is strictly prohibited. When she tried to use a coupon that wasn't working, Matson questioned the validity of the coupon.
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Hudson says the incident has left her shaken.
USA Today reported that Matson also slammed a door in her face and ordered her to leave the store.
The manager, who identifies himself in the video as Morry Matson, was a state delegate for Donald Trump in 2016, an aldermanic candidate on Chicago's North Side and president of the IL affiliate of the Log Cabin Republicans, a conservative group that advocates for LGBTQ rights, according to the Chicago Sun-Times, which viewed Matson's no-longer-active campaign website.
The coffee giant removed the employee involved, and later closed its 8,000 stores for an afternoon so all its employees could participate in unconscious bias training. No, I'm not African American.
Matson started telling the officers what Hudson (pictured) was wearing, but he was interrupted when she said: "Tell them I'll be here when they arrive". Hudson wanted managers to call the corporate office for help on the issue, and that's when police were called. At some point, Matson picked up the phone and called police. He was a state delegate for Donald Trump's presidential campaign and is now running for 48th Ward alderman. "No, I'm not African American". Matson later admitted he made some of those signatures himself after co-workers and friends asked him to sign on their behalf. This viral video has energized many to actively vote against him.