The boy, his mother, and another young child are seen standing nearby.
A heated verbal argument broke out outside the store after Klein apparently called 911 saying "I was just sexually assaulted by a child".
In the initial clip outside the store she can be heard saying, "the son grabbed my a**". The 9-year-old boy, who was accompanied by his mother and another child, can be seen bursting into tears as more people began asking Klein about the incident.
"I was just sexually assaulted by a child", she claims to police on the phone.
A video of the incident has been watched more than 5 million times and outraged viewers have dubbed the woman "Cornerstore Caroline, ' the latest in a line of nicknames created to shame people involved in alleged racial profiling incidents". Till was a 14-year-old black boy who was lynched in MS in 1955 after being falsely accused of molesting a white woman.
Mr Littlejohn has reiterated how upset the boy was.
"How could he be sexually assaulted by a nine-year-old child who is walking by", he told PIX11. "He was so traumatized by the situation, he started crying".
Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams is calling on the NYPD to investigate Klein and determine whether or not she broke the law, comparing the incident to a "modern-day Emmett Till moment".
The video itself went viral shortly after it was posted with over 6 million views as of Friday evening.
At one point during the altercation, Klein told the boy's mother that she was a cop.
"It's not the first time I've been grabbed on the a** by a kid".
When it comes to what she hopes comes from her viral-fame, she said she wants to make amends.
"Cornerstore Caroline" talking to reporters of the whole ordeal.
She has since returned to the store to review the CCTV footage.
Neighbor Hazel Freeman, a 52-year-old pastor who lives above Klein, said the behavior displayed on the video was hardly out-of-character.
On Friday, a Pix11 news crew visited Klein's apartment; however, she refused to speak, instead calling 911 on the reporters.
A GoFundMe campaign has raised over $11,000 for his education.
"Young man, I don't know your name, but I'm sorry", Klein said, looking into one of the cameras.