Coffee Shop Staff Kicks Out Woman Who Complained About Antisemitic Graffiti

A Jewish customer at a coffee shop says three employees told her to leave after she tried to enter a bathroom filled with antisemitic graffiti. The woman was confronted at Farley’s East cafe in California. In a statement, the owner of the coffee shop apologized and said they are not antisemitic. “We’ve taken corrective measures with our staff and removed the offensive graffiti,” the coffee shop owner also says. Inside Edition’s Steven Fabian has more. 

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