In this photo, President Donald Trump "Make America Great Again" hats are sold at a rally in Hershey, Pennsylvania, on Nov. 4, 2016. Getty Images/ Spencer Platt

A California woman who admitted to confronting a man wearing the “Make America Great Again” hat at Starbucks, Monday, was fired from her job.

Rebecca Mankey, the woman who boasted about chasing the MAGA hat-wearing man out of the restaurant, in Palo Alto, worked for the music company Gryphon Stringed Instruments till she was fired Wednesday. The company issued the following statement on the incident:

“Gryphon does not believe anyone should be harassed or subject to hate speech no matter their beliefs,” the music shop said in a Facebook post. “We would like to make it clear that the opinions expressed and actions taken by the employee are not indicative of how we conduct ourselves at the shop and we hope we can continue to serve our customers across the country respectfully and universally as we have done for nearly 50 years.”

The 74-year-old Jewish man, identified as Victor F, told NBC Bay Area that he did leave the restaurant at some point but not because he felt threatened.

"This woman comes over and she says, 'Is that a Trump hat?' I said, 'I think it is, yes.' And then she turned to the rest of the audience, the people in Starbucks and said, 'Hey, everybody! Come over here! Let’s get this guy! He’s a hater! I’m calling him out! He hates brown people. He’s a Nazi,'" he told the station.

Before she deactivated her Facebook account, Mankey, who went by the username Parker Mankey, posted details about a confrontation with a man sporting the hat with President Donald Trump’s 2016 campaign slogan on it.

"Anybody in Palo Alto know this freak? He was sitting in Starbucks. I think he lives in Palo Alto. He will never forget me and will think seriously about wearing that hat in my town ever again," she wrote. “I yelled at him. Called the entire Starbucks to order and yelled at him more about how it’s not okay to hate brown people…I called him more names and told him to call the police…He wouldn’t call the police so I called him a wimp. He got his stuff together to leave. I followed him to the register while he complained about me.”

In addition, she posted pictures of Victor and urged her followers to confront the man because they would regret sitting idly by as “we slipped into fascism.” “Don’t be the person who does nothing to protect our brothers and sisters from this hatred. It’s not ok,” she wrote.

She also posted about the incident on her presently deleted Twitter account. “I am going to publicly shame him in town and try to get him fired and kicked out of every club he is in. I am going to go to his house march up and down carrying a sign that says he hates black people. I am going to organize protests where he works to make him feel as unsafe as he made every brown person he met today,” she wrote.

Mankey and her family reportedly started receiving death threats after the incident.