Man's racist rant about people in NY restaurant speaking Spanish goes viral

I pay for their welfare!’ Man scolding restaurant workers for speaking Spanish ID’d as NYC attorney

I pay for their welfare!’ Man scolding restaurant workers for speaking Spanish ID’d as NYC attorney

Schlossberg has at least four other cases pending in the state civil court system, records show - three of them for film producer and real estate investor Todd Courtney.

Schlossberg is a NY business and commercial law attorney who practices in Midtown, about a block away from the restaurant.

PIX11 News uploaded a video to Youtube Thursday of Schlossberg entering a Queens courtroom.

The manager tried to explain that the employee was speaking Spanish to a regular customer who frequents Fresh Kitchen.

Schlossberg is not a member of the New York State Bar Association, a spokesman said. I pay for their welfare, I pay for their ability to be here.

King said that numerous people reached out to him about Schlossberg's behavior of harassment. Actually, there's a whole part of America that only speaks Spanish, and a lot of those people live in NY now.

Ms Serrano again accuses the man of being "ignorant", but he then insults her, telling her: "Maybe you shouldn't eat that sandwich today".

Aaron Schlossberg is literally running away from his responsibilities after he was caught on camera sprinting from reporters who wanted to ask him about his rant he made against Spanish-speaking workers in a Midtown cafe.

The video, posted on Facebook Tuesday by Edward Suazo, shows Schlossberg yelling at an employee when he heard the workers at Madison Avenue's Fresh Kitchen speaking Spanish. Shaun King, a former Daily News columnist now writing for the Intercept, got wind of the video and posted it on Twitter at 8:15 a.m. Wednesday, asking his 969,000 followers for help in identifying the "bigot" in the white shirt.

The attorney's identity was revealed thanks to some clever crowdsourcing by black rights activist Shaun King, who also unearthed a video from 2016 in which Schlossberg can be seen approaching a stranger on a NY sidewalk and calling him an ugly "foreigner". In hours following the tweet revealing Schlossberg's identity, his law firm got pummeled with one-star Yelp reviews.

I will begin sharing them.

On Thursday, U.S. Representative Adriano Espaillat, who serves New York's 13th district, filed a formal complaint against the attorney in a letter to the Department Disciplinary Committee for the First Department. People have reportedly booked a Mariachi band to pay Schlossberg a visit at his office.

On his website profile, Schlossberg touts his "skilled representation in commercial and insurance law that is backed by extensive experience with both litigation and pre-litigation dispute resolution".

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