He said he reported the incident to his employers and that he will be avoiding the area in the future.
"Based on what I have seen from her. I think she thinks she didn't do anything wrong," Andrade explained. "She believes she's in the right, so I don't think she'll ever apologize."
After the video went viral, Rancho Mirage's City Attorney, Steve Quintanilla, and Housing Authority Manager, Marcus Aleman, released a statement saying an investigation would be launched.
"The Rancho Mirage Housing Authority has a zero-tolerance policy for this type of behavior and the harassment of any one, including other tenants, visitors, guests and contracted vendors conducting work at its affordable senior housing properties," read the statement.