NYC TLC boss resigns in disgrace when arrogant, nasty rant at employees goes public: ‘I will f—ing come for you’

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Aloysee Heredia Jarmoszuk, who is now the ex-boss of New York City’s Taxi and Limousine Commission, went off on an expletive-ridden rant during a virtual meeting with about 80 employees on February 15, threatening one staffer with, “I will f**king come for you.”

She predicted that the encounter would “be on the New York Post in the morning.” Heredia Jarmoszuk’s instincts were proven true as the media outlet ran with the high-profile story.

In the wake of the spectacle, she resigned on Wednesday and her Twitter accounts have been deleted.

During the explosive meeting, she informed employees that Deputy Commissioner Dianna Pennetti would not be returning to the TLC after being on leave. While the TLC commissioner proceeded with the meeting, it quickly went downhill. She berated and snapped at employees’ questions while spewing impressive profanities.

“Someone is messing around with the mute and don’t think I won’t figure it out who it is,” Heredia Jarmoszuk snarled. “I will f**king come for you.”

(Video Credit: NBC New York)

She bit at another staff worker inquiring about work on holidays, growling, “Work it out with your supervisor. But don’t, like, b***h and complain about it because that’s not helpful to any of us.”

“Don’t come to me with your nyeh-nyeh-nyehs, complaining about little things, because I can complain about everything that’s happening in my life at work, all day every day,” she carped while brutally abusing those forced to attend the meeting.

Heredia Jarmoszuk evidently also went on a power trip during the virtual meeting, bragging about being the boss.

“But I’m leadership, honey,” she informed an employee. “No, I’m not part of [leadership], I am leadership.”

Another employee stepped in it when he introduced himself to her and told the TLC commissioner that she might recognize him from a video.

“No, I haven’t seen a goddamn video,” she snapped at him, “but I know who you are on paper.”

Heredia Jarmoszuk was appointed by former Mayor Bill de Blasio to head the TLC. She resigned from the $243,000 prestigious office on Wednesday, just hours after the New York Post questioned the commission on her behavior City Hall confirmed. Newly-elected Mayor Eric Adams also honored the now-disgraced Democrat who was hailed as a diversity icon.

“We were made aware of this incident last week. We have conducted an internal review and will be accepting her resignation,” announced Charles Lutvak, who is a spokesman for Adams.

The audio and videos surfaced after a lawsuit was filed against Heredia Jarmoszuk. That suit alleges that she created a hostile work environment and is guilty of bullying employees.

She is facing litigation over the letting go of former TLC Chief Joseph DeFrancis, 53, and former Deputy Chief Ajay Kapur, 52 in an age-discrimination suit. Younger women were given their positions, ostensibly displaying a pattern of discrimination against older men, according to their lawsuit.

DeFrancis, a 22-year NYPD veteran, was fired right after he was approved medical leave for health issues related to working at Ground Zero following the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks.

“I felt unappreciated, depressed, sad, upset,” DeFrancis told the New York Post. “Especially being a 9/11 first responder — I gave my whole life to serving the city. And this was the thanks I got. I felt thrown to the curb.”

Kapur is also an NYPD veteran and still hasn’t found another job. He is the father of three.

“I didn’t know what to do. I have family,” he stated. “I have two boys in college … it was very upsetting not only for myself but for my whole family. I went into work every day, did what was required, did my job.”

Kapur says he was let go “for being who I am — being an older male.”

“Evidently, once crowned as the TLC’s powerful Chair and Commissioner, defendant Heredia Jarmoszuk used her position of power to demean, humiliate and wrongfully fire older men on a daily basis, as well as hire and/or promote younger women regardless of experience or qualifications to replace the terminated men,” the suit contends. “In this fashion, defendant Heredia Jarmoszuk made her discriminatory animus clear against older male employees, created a hostile work environment for them, and retaliated against employees who stood up to her tyranny.”

“She is the commissioner and chair of a New York City agency,” attorney Mina Malik told The New York Post in an interview. “She is supposed to exhibit the utmost professionalism and respect, for not only herself but for her employees. I think that recording clearly shows that she doesn’t respect her employees. She doesn’t lead by example.”

“She is the head of that law enforcement agency. She should not be talking about f**king someone up,” attorney Derek Sells also remarked.


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