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Amber Lynn Gilles, woman says she wants part of the money raised for the barista on a GoFundMe and threatens to sue the creator of the page for defamation and slander
This happened at the location I frequented with my dad💔 @Starbucks, would you please ban Amber Lynn Gilles from your stores? Those of us who just want a cup of coffee don’t want her around, nor should your employees be exposed to harm because of people like her. #KarensGoneWild pic.twitter.com/bvNTAvAhpg
— AF (@twobyflor) June 23, 2020
Amber Lynn Gilles Age
She is 35 years old.
San Diego woman Amber Lynn Gilles
A San Diego woman Amber Lynn Gilles who was turned down at a Starbucks cafe for refusing to wear a mask says she received death threats after embarrassing the barista who turned her down on social media.
A GoFundMe page created on behalf of the barista raised nearly $ 25,000 in four days.
“I never threatened him, I just called him for his actions. I never threatened him and I received death threats, thousands, it’s very disturbing. It’s very scary,” said Amber Lynn Gilles.
Shortly after being denied service, Gilles posted a photo of barista Lenin Gutierrez on his Facebook page.
The message reads: “Meet Lenen at Starbucks, who refused to serve me because I don’t wear a mask. Next time, I’ll wait for the police and bring a medical exemption.”
San Diego County businesses
Face covers are mandatory at San Diego County businesses. Public health officials said companies have the right to refuse services to anyone who does not comply with the public health order. Medical conditions that would be inhibited by face masks are one of the few exceptions to the use of face masks.
Amber Lynn Gilles Family
Gilles has three children and considers himself an anti-vaxxer. She says the masks are ineffective.
“It starts with coffee, but ends with digital certificates and forced vaccines,” said Gilles.
Gilles also claims to have bought coffee two days earlier at Starbucks without wearing a mask.
“I never threatened him, I just called him for his actions,” said Gilles.
Gilles said he received thousands of messages reacting to Facebook posts, including threats.
Posted a video on his Facebook
Barista Gutierrez does not make public comments, but posted a video on his Facebook page explaining what happened.
In this document, he says he asked Gilles if she had a mask to which the client replied that she didn’t need it.
“Before I could say anything, she fired me and said I didn’t need it and started cursing a storm. She started calling people sheep and left. In a few minutes she came back, asked for my name and took a picture “said Gutierrez in the video.
He also thanked the donors and said he would use the money to fulfill his dream of becoming a dancer.
For his part, Gilles, who started the incident with his message, said he wanted part of the money and threatened to sue the creator of the page for defamation and slander.
Although physical distance is considered the most effective way to slow the spread of the virus, the research highlighted the protection offered by the use of facial coverings.
An analysis of 172 studies worldwide found that wearing a mask or respirator could reduce the risk of infection to 3.1%, compared to 17.4% without facial coverage. N95 respirators appear to offer the best protection against infection, but the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have insisted on using fabric covers to protect others and preserve the N95 for frontline healthcare professionals.