Twitter sleuths are pointing to Manhattan lawyer Aaron Schlossberg as the man seen unleashing a racist rant at a NY deli in a viral video. The fallout was epic as Schlossberg was roundly scorned on social media and Yelp reviews of his law firm plummeted to ones.
"This business recently made waves in the news, which often means that people come to this page to post their views on the news", Yelp's statement read in part.
"Your staff is speaking Spanish to customers when they should be speaking English", Schlossberg said to a man who appeared to be the manager, per The Hill. "I will be following up and my gut says they're not documented so my next call is to ICE to have these [people] kicked out of my country".
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The backlash quickly ballooned online.
The minute-long footage, which has gone viral, shows the man berating an employee at the eatery and pointing at others around noontime Tuesday.
Schlossberg was identified as the perpetrator in the viral restaurant video in a formal complaint filed by two New York Democrats with the state court disciplinary system on Thursday. And security at the building where Schlossberg's law office is located told reporters that he is now barred from entering the building.
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Aaron Schlossberg could now face even more consequences. "That means the discipline will not become public".
Schlossberg was also filmed previous year outside Trump tower wearing a "Make America Great Again" red baseball cap and waving an American flag during a pro-Donald Trump demonstration created to counter protesters rallying against the President.
Video from the rally taken by Saul, published for the first time Wednesday, showed the man verbally attacking a rabbi who was there and calling him a "fake Jew". They also surfaced that he had donated $500 to the presidential campaign of Donald Trump, who promised to build a wall between the US and Mexico and stricter immigration laws. The power of the internet also went to work against him, with a fundraiser started to send a mariachi band to perform outside his office. "We have a diverse global community of businesses and professionals that have mutual respect for one another". Hayim Grant, the president of Corporate Suites, which operates the business center where his office space was located, told The Post "We have terminated his services agreement with us".
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The man, who threatened to "call ICE", was quickly identified as Aaron Schlossberg, a New York City-based lawyer whose website claims to offer services in five languages, including Spanish.