In a matter of hours, New York lawyer Aaron Schlossberg went from an unknown – albeit prolific – racist to the most hated man in America. Not only did his vile rant against Spanish-speaking restaurant workers in midtown Manhattan go viral, a Congressman filed an official grievance with the disciplinary committee of the New York State Unified Court, and security at his office building bar him from entering, but now comes the latest hit against the disgraced attorney.
Per The New York Post, Corporate Suites, the company that owns the business center that leases office space to Schlossberg, has officially terminated its lease agreement with him.
“His actions are just not consistent with our community and rules and regulations,” the company’s president, Hayim Grant, said. “It’s totally contrary to everything we believe in as a company and personally.”
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Hayim Grant, the president of Corporate Suites, tells BuzzFeed News the company has terminated its agreement with attorney Aaron Schlossberg, who used the company's work space on Madison Ave as an office.
— Mary Ann Georgantopoulos (@marygeorgant) May 17, 2018
The move comes on the heels of Schlossberg’s megaviral video in which he threatened to call Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) because he was disillusioned with the number of people speaking Spanish near him at a restaurant in Manhattan, sometimes referred to as America’s Melting Pot. Perhaps Schlossberg might have been happier in a decidedly less diverse neighborhood. By now, of course, he might have no other choice.
Who this this bigot in Midtown Manhattan? What's his name?
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Here he is harassing & insulting two women for speaking Spanish…TO EACH OTHER in the middle of Manhattan.
Trump has empowered ugly white people like this to say whatever they feel like saying. pic.twitter.com/WbHlet6H7c
— Shaun King (@ShaunKing) May 16, 2018