Jef Sallis, whose 18-year-old daughter was in the group of teenagers, has lived in the neighborhood for 14 years. His daughter brought three friends to the pool, he said, and another teenager who lives in the neighborhood also brought three friends, meaning they were in compliance.
Sallis said he believes the confrontation was racially motivated.
"I'm absolutely sure race played a factor here, because again, when you look at the video, the way the gentleman postured himself and the things, he was saying, 'They probably don't even live here. This is my pool. You don't belong here,'" Sallis said. "It was a lot of you, you, you."
Bobby Ross, one of the men seen ranting in the video, apologized for his actions in a Thursday interview.
"I shouldn't have gone off the deep end like I did,” he said. “The language I used was inappropriate, and I apologized to all the kids, the other gentleman that was involved. I lost it because the way I was spoken to.”
Ross said race had nothing to do with his rant.
The president of the homeowners association told KCTV-TV the association is "working to address situations" like Monday's incident.