Congressman now going after the racist lawyer just after he loses his downtown office

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Aaron Schlossberg, the racist lawyer who was captured on camera berating Spanish speaking restaurant workers, will now have to find another workspace. He also has a Congressman that’s coming after him.

On Thursday, Schlossberg was kicked out of his Madison Avenue building. He has been using 275 Madison Ave. as his office address for his private law firm. But since his racist rant has gone viral, he has been booted out.

Hayim Grant, the president of Corporate Suites, who operates the business center, revealed, “We have terminated his services agreement with us.”

Grant continued, “His actions are just not consistent with our community and rules and regulations … It’s totally contrary to everything we believe in as a company and personally.”

Not only did Schlossberg lose his workspace, he may have his law license revoked. Congressman Adriano Espaillat and Bronx Borough President Ruben Diaz Jr. have called on the New York State Unified Court System’s Departmental Disciplinary Committee to investigate the racist attorney. This investigation may lead to his license being revoked.


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Diaz Jr. stated, “I stand with Congressman Espaillat in calling for the disciplinary committee of the New York State Unified Court System to examine the attorney identified as Aaron Schlossberg’s reprehensible behavior and review his law license for possible revocation.”

Even the security guards at his former work building were rooting for Schlossberg to be kicked out.

One of the security guards stated, “I’ll throw my shoes at him. We’re all hungry for him. If it was up to me, I wouldn’t let him in. We all want to bury him one way or another.”

There is also a GoFundMe campaign going around that has raised enough money to send a mariachi band to Schlossberg’s office.

This revelation comes after he was seen running and avoiding reporters in front of his apartment building earlier today.


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