Schlossberg is a NY business and commercial law attorney who practices in Midtown, about a block away from the restaurant.
Schlossberg seems to think that only undocumented immigrants on public assistance speak Spanish.
The New York Daily News was waiting for Schlossberg when he emerged from his Manhattan apartment.
Aaron continued his ugly tirade by saying, "I paid for my welfare, I pay for their ability to live here". The irate individual in the footage has since been identified as NY lawyer Aaron Schlossberg. Even worse racism." Another says that you'd be better off "hiring Michael Cohen."Yet another says, "we could build a wall around him so nobody would have to be exposed to this trashy behavior".
The footage shows a customer berating staff for speaking Spanish at the premises in Manhattan.
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In a video posted by the New York Post, Schlossberg held an umbrella in front of his face as he avoided reporters. His law office advertises that it can take phone calls in four foreign languages, an irony that was not lost on many commentators on social media.
Schlossberg's bio on his website says he focuses on commercial and insurance coverage issues.
Espaillat's formal complaint, posted to Twitter and also signed by Bronx Borough President Ruben Diaz Jr., called the attorney's rant a "humiliating and insulting attack on the more than 50 years of progress that this nation has made since the Civil Rights movement".
After video of a man's race-fueled rant at a Midtown restaurant went viral, he's apparently facing the consequences of his actions. One GoFundMe doubled its goal of raising $500 to hire a mariachi band to play La Cucaracha at his office in order to "cheer up the staff and attorneys at The Law Office of Aaron M. Schlossberg Esq". He then darts away in desperation, trying to evade the press, which simply zooms in the lens rather than pursuing him.