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230 Fifth LawsuitA Black man is suing a popular New York nightspot for $500 million in damages, claiming he and his guests were racially discriminated against.

Rainbell Owens is suing Flatiron bar and lounge 230 Fifth, claiming owner Steven Greenberg screamed and kicked him and his 15 other Black friends out of the establishment.

According to reports, Owens claims Greenberg didn’t what their cake to mess up his 10,00 dollar sofa.

“We have probably 1000 or more African American people and people of other minorities enter and leave 230 Fifth on a busy night,” Greenberg said. “We are not racist.”

Read more at The Gothamist.


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