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Evicted: Racist lawyer bro Aaron Schlossberg booted from office by landlord

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White man berates employees for speaking Spanish (Photo: Screen capture from Twitter video)

The New York attorney who has become known as “Racist lawyer bro” has now been kicked out of his law office by his landlord the New York Daily News reported Thursday. Earlier in the day, he had simply been prevented from entering.

Aaron Schlossberg went on a racist rant in a coffee shop against Latino employees speaking Spanish to other Spanish-speaking customers. The incident was filmed on cell phone cameras as the man threatened to call ICE on the workers, assuming they were undocumented.

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Since the video has gone viral, Schlossberg has been mocked and stalked by reporters. Protests took place outside of his office with tacos and a mariachi band. Reporters have been waiting with cameras. Not a welcoming crowd to others sharing the building of Schlossberg’s law office.

“We have terminated his services agreement with us,” said Hayim Grant, the president of Corporate Suites. He also said that he was “completely shocked” by the clip of Schlossberg’s racist rant.

Security workers at the building were among those eager for the lawyer to be booted .

“I’ll throw my shoes at him. We’re all hungry for him,” one security worker told The Post. “If it was up to me I wouldn’t let him in. We all want to bury him one way or another.”

These aren’t Schlossberg’s only problems either. Other racist videos have been unearthed with him. He’s also in hot water with the New York Bar Association, who said that they’ve never heard of him. The lawyer lists himself as a member of the Bar Association on his law site.

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