Aaron Schlossberg, the New York lawyer whose racist rant in a Manhattan restaurant went viral this week, once called a Mass. native "an ugly [expletive] foreigner." https://t.co/giKaRJaiq0— The Boston Globe (@BostonGlobe) May 18, 2018
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- Earlier this week, a video of a man going on a racist rant in a Fresh Kitchen went viral. And the Internet went in. He was upset because workers at the restaurant were speaking Spanish to customers.
- The Internet then quickly helped identify the man as Aaron Schlossberg, a 44-year old New York lawyer.
- This happened before and it'll probably happen again: in 2016, Schlossberg verbally accosted a man from Massachusetts, Willie Morris, on the street after demanding where he was from ("You're an ugly f---ing foreigner. F--- you"). The video has since gone viral again.
- In response to the Fresh Kitchen rant, two New York Democrats with the state court disciplinary system reported Aaron yesterday.
- Schlossberg's law firm's Yelp page, after being inundated with negative reviews from those who saw his rants, now has a 1-star rating.
- He's been kicked out of his office space, which he was renting from Corporate Suites.
- A reporter confronted him in a Queens courthouse after the rant, but Schlossberg had no comment.
Is Aaron Schlossberg on some kind of DIY performative racism tour around Manhattan? Has he posted any upcoming dates? https://t.co/RwDQ35Ad3G— Patton Oswalt (@pattonoswalt) May 17, 2018
By far the worst part of this video for Aaron M Schlossberg career as a trial lawyer is he just gets owned so hard by 3 women at the chicken fresh salad bar. https://t.co/drWumvCgSO— Tom Arnold (@TomArnold) May 16, 2018
Who is Aaron Schlossberg and which of my followers wants to kick his ass? https://t.co/cX3nD8ZGca— Julie Plec (@julieplec) May 17, 2018
Evicted: Racist lawyer bro Aaron Schlossberg booted from office by landlord https://t.co/wBgEWJJBj2— Morgan Fairchild (@morgfair) May 18, 2018
Tomi Lahren: "You can separate policy from people. I would never do that, it's ridiculous."
Sharon Osbourne: "I didn't know that America had a king, but here he is."
EXCLUSIVE: Just happened - I confronted Aaron Schlossberg outside court in Queens. He surprisingly had nothing to say about his racist rant. This is the FIRST time we see him after he went viral. @PIX11News pic.twitter.com/e1T6S4kLTU— Andrew Ramos (@AndrewRamosTV) May 17, 2018
Has anyone ever been racist toward you in public, ONTD?