No, Aaron Schlossberg Will Probably Not Be Disbarred For Rant

No, Aaron Schlossberg Will Probably Not Be Disbarred For Rant

No, Aaron Schlossberg Will Probably Not Be Disbarred For Rant

She told CBS News they befriended one of the workers there and often interact with him in English and Spanish.

Since that video went viral, two men have come forward with other stories about Schlossberg becoming belligerent in public. Some community and political-based organizations have posted the event on Facebook and more than 2,000 people have indicated they will attend.

'I will be following up because my guess is there not documented and my next call will be to ICE, ' Schlossberg says.

The clip quickly sparked outrage among many critics, including U.S. Rep. Adriano Espaillat and Bronx Borough President Ruben Diaz Jr., who wrote to NY state's court system, which has a grievance committee for attorney complaints.

Gonzalez and Serrano are heard laughing and mocking Schlossberg, with Serrano calling him "ignorant" and saying he shouldn't be allowed in the restaurant.

He says it's "every person I listen to" - pointing around the room.

The video shows a white, middle-aged man who looks and sounds similar to the man in the Fresh Kitchen video verbally berating Morris and asking him, "What country are you from", before threatening to "call the police".

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Dailymail.com has contacted Schlossberg for comment but he is yet to reply. A NY congressman sent a grievance to the state court system asking for an investigation which could result in Schlossberg losing his law license.

It was unclear what action the disciplinary committee could take, if any.

"Mr. Schlossberg earned his Bachelor of Arts Degree in English from The Johns Hopkins University and his Juris Doctorate Degree from the George Washington University Law School".

On Thursday, around lunchtime, reporters tried to catch up with him and see if he still stands behind his statements.

Wednesday's video has received nearly five million views and has been met with an outpouring of derision on social media.

The video shows Schlossberg arguing with a man appears to be an immigrant from the Netherlands, according to Vice News.

A friend of Morris's recalled the episode and re-posted the video on Twitter Thursday. They're claiming things that aren't true ... grabbing me, not letting me walk. "I was waiting for Ashton Kutcher or someone to jump out and yell, like, 'Punk'd.'.Who acts like that toward people who you think aren't from here". It appears that he has previously been spotted at local progressive rallies, flipping off demonstrators, and in another incident called a stranger on the street an "ugly fucking foreigner". This kind of blatant bigotry in the heart of the most diverse city in America is shameful.

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