Customer Who Refused to Wear a Mask Wants Half of $100k Donated to Starbucks Barista [VIDEO]
At this point in your life, you probably think you've seen it all, right? I thought so too, until I heard about this woman.
A Starbucks customer gained notoriety in June when she posted on social media that a Starbucks barista had refused to serve her because she wasn't wearing a mask. Amber Lynn Gilles' received a lot of backlash for her post, with many jumping to the Starbucks employee's defense. A GoFundMe page set up on behalf of Lenin Gutierrez raised over $100,000.
Now Gilles is claiming that she deserves half the money that was raised for Gutierrez.
She has started her own GoFundMe page in order to raise money for a lawyer who will sue Gutierrez for the money. Good luck with that.
In the second video below, Gutierrez thanks supporters who supported him by donating to the GoFundMe page that was set up for him last month.
“I just wanted to say thank you for all of the love and support and what everyone is doing - it's an honor to see all this happen,” said Gutierrez.
Matt Cowan, the man who set up the page on Gutirrez's behalf didn't know the barista promised to give every penny raised to him.
“What Lenin did was the right thing, he was just doing his job and didn't deserve to be berated in the store,” Cowan said. “I wanted to put money in the tip jar, and that is kind of what led to me making a virtual tip jar."