Aaron Schlossberg is the NYC lawyer who infamously went on a racist rant against restaurant employees for speaking Spanish … and he’s also now the defendant in a lawsuit filed by one of his ex-clients.
Niche Music Group wants Schlossberg to pay for screwing it over, because he was hired to rep the recording label in litigation against Sony Music Entertainment. The rub here … Schlossberg was hired in January 2018 … before his racist rant in May went viral.
Niche claims Schlossberg’s conduct not only reflected poorly on him, but discredited his clients, and as its legal counsel … he should have known better.
The label says Schlossberg’s off-the-wall attack caused its reputation to take a blow and cost it future business opportunities.
You’ll recall, Schlossberg threatened to call ICE on Fresh Kitchen employees when he heard them speaking Spanish on the job.
In the suit, Niche says it had to spend a lot of time and money replacing Schlossberg in order to continue its case against Sony. The label is suing him for breach of contract and legal malpractice … and wants at least $ 50k in damages.
We reached out to Schlossberg … no word back so far.
Demi Lovato looked almost angelic while ringing in the New Year, clearly sticking to her new battle cry — to never take another day for granted.
The singer and her BF, Henry Levy, celebrated the New Year in Aspen. She was all smiles and dressed to the nines — flowy, long white fur coat (we know, can’t tell if it’s real or faux) with boots and a very color-poppin’ Hermes Birkin bag.
Demi’s jewelry choices might also raise eyebrows — she’s rocking a diamond ring on her left ring finger — y’know, that one. It doesn’t look very engagement-y, and the relationship is only a couple months old — but stranger things have happened.
In any event, it’s clear Demi’s leaving her tumultuous 2018 in the rearview mirror by looking like a million bucks in 2019.
A Notre Dame fan became a human perch at the Cotton Bowl Classic after a bald eagle swooped down and landed on his shoulder.
The incredible (and probably incredibly painful) moment went down Saturday ahead of the Fighting Irish’s game against the Clemson Tigers at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, TX. Sports Illustrated writer Ross Dellenger caught the landing on camera.
Somewhat surprisingly, the fan was able to keep his composure as the bird stood on him for nearly 20 seconds. It flapped its wings a bit as people whipped out their phones to take pictures, and the guy in question seemed more giddy than terrified.
The eagle eventually flew away … and obviously left the crowd wowed by its close encounter. For the record … an adult bald eagle’s talons can exert a force of up to 400 pounds of pressure per square inch when hunting. They’re also really, really sharp.
Smile through the pain, bud. It’s a once in a lifetime thing, after all.