Not so tough as he whines to be left alone
THE FOREIGNER-hating lawyer caught spewing his xenophobic bile in a vicious viral video said nada Thursday when confronted about his immigrantbashing.
Aaron Schlossberg, cowering behind an oversized umbrella, called the cops Thursday rather than answer questions about his foul-mouthed tirade in a Midtown restaurant.
“Please send help,” Schlossberg told police after a Daily News reporter and photographer approached him outside his Manhattan apartment building.
“They’re yelling, they’re claiming things that aren’t true,” whined Schlossberg, a Republican and donor to President Trump’s campaign.
“They’re grabbing my personal items ... Defaming me. I can’t even move, because they’re blocking me. I’m cornered.”
The impromptu morning media session signaled the start of another bad day for the really bad guy.
The acid-tongued attorney was barred from entering his Madison Ave. office building, and his law associate Catherine Lyster vamoosed from the company website.
Gone were her photo and professional bio as the backlash continued to swell against the coarse counselor.
Schlossberg, after fleeing Manhattan in a yellow cab, appeared at a court hearing in Queens. He ignored a reporter’s questions there as well.
Gov. Cuomo chimed in, tweeting at Schlossberg in Spanish and linking to a Daily News story about the lawyer.
“You don’t know what it’s like to be a real American,” wrote Cuomo, who added the English translation.The lawyer is not yet charged with any crime because no one has filed a complaint with the NYPD, a source said.
Schlossberg, 42, wore a black ski cap, tailored blue suit, white shirt and a striped tie as he dodged reporters outside his West Side building, ignoring questions for more than 10 minutes.
“Ow!” he inexplicably howled at one point as if injured, shaking his head before walking away unharmed.
The notorious racist inexplicably shot cell-phone video of the media even while marching along W. 60th St. on a rainy morning. No arrests were made despite his unfounded complaints.
The landlords at his Madison Ave. office building made it clear that Schlossberg was persona non grata after his oft-viewed outburst.
“Effective immediately, Aaron M. Schlossberg will no longer be allowed access,” read a letter printed in all caps and posted Thursday afternoon outside 275 Madison Ave.
“We’ve decided to terminate his agreement with us,” said Hayim Grant, president of Corporate Suites, the company that operates the facility that Schlossberg used for his law business.
“His actions don’t fall in line with our beliefs and our community. We’re a diverse community of global businesses that have mutual respect for each other. We don’t believe anyone should be discriminated against based on the language they speak.”
Schlossberg — who used the space for client meetings — had earlier denied he was evicted.