"The least they can do, the least they can do is speak English!"
Since that video went viral, two men have come forward with other stories about Schlossberg becoming belligerent in public. So far, more than 1,500 people have RSVP-ed to the event. "I will be following up and my gut says they're not documented so my next call is to ICE to have these [people] kicked out of my country". Shaun King, who first circulated the video, and Congressman Adriano Espaillat have both called on the New York State Bar Association to look into the attorney's actions.
In a video, originally posted to Facebook, the man can be heard angrily exclaiming, "This is America", after complaining that staff members were communicating in Spanish.
He says it's "every person I listen to" - pointing around the room.
Schlossberg appeared to launch into an angry rant at a Fresh Kitchen location when he overheard the restaurant's employees speaking to customers in Spanish.
Global News has reached out to Aaron Schlossberg for comment.
It was unclear what action the disciplinary committee could take, if any.
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Schlossberg does not have any history of public discipline, according to his attorney registration in ny. According to his LinkedIn page (which has since been removed), he is a graduate of the Haverford School, an all boy's private high school in Philadelphia, and has a law degree from George Washington University.
Spurred on in part by a tweet from NY activist and writer Shaun King on Tuesday, the video has kicked off a cascade of emotion in the midst of an ongoing national debate about immigration and racially charged questions about what it means to be an American.
Courtney, who is listed as an executive producer for 2015's "Beasts of No Nation", said Thursday morning he was also unaware of Schlossberg's outburst and didn't have any immediate comment on whether he will continue using his services.
The footage, taken by a customer who asked WPIX not to identify her, has over 2 million views as of Wednesday afternoon.
Schlossberg also is being accused in two other hate-filled rants caught on camera within the past two years.
The video went viral instantly, appearing on Gothamist before being picked up by BBC News, the New York Times, and USA Today. "There is no way this is the same guy, there is no way this guy did this again", he said in a video posted online. "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".
"You're an ugly f**king foreigner, so f**k you", he added, before Morris and his friend chose to walk away.