The doorman who allegedly sold a story about Donald Trump fathering a lovechild is currently involved in a discrimination lawsuit that, funny enough, has a connection to Trump and immigration.
Dino Sajudin is the biggest name in news today after the New Yorker reported that in 2015, he sold a story for $30,000 in which he made the claim that Trump may have fathered a child with a former employee in the 1980s. The media outlet that bought the story ultimately did not believe it to be true and never ran it.
Sajudin is currently suing his former employer after he claims a former co-worker routinely harassed him based on his perceived race, ethnicity and religion. He says the co-worker called him derogatory names including "dirty Muslim," "A-rab," "potato chip eating filthy A-rab," and "sand ni**er."
Now, get this ... he claims, "On one occasion immediately after the 2016 presidential election, Mr. Sciricco told Mr. Sajudin 'I hope Trump gets rid of you all.'"
We'll spare you the rest of the details, but Sajudin is suing the company for discrimination and is seeking unspecified damages.
The company has responded to the suit and denied all charges. The case is ongoing.