Racist Jue Lan Club sued after exec allegedly threatened to kill Mexican employee

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The CFO of celebrity hotspot Jue Lan Club is being sued for assault, battery and unpaid wages after allegedly unleashing a racially charged physical and verbal attack on an ex-employee, according to a lawsuit exclusively obtained by Page Six.

Jose Luis Toxqui, who is Mexican, claims in the complaint filed in New York on Sept. 15 that Naiome Ram berated and abused him for 20 minutes before firing him this past summer.

The plaintiff — who worked at the upscale Chinese restaurant frequented by celebs like 50 Cent and Travis Scott from 2017 to 2022 as a barback and then a bartender — alleges in the suit that Ram told him during an Aug. 18, 2022, dispute, “Little f–king Mexican illegal pieces of s–t like you shouldn’t f–k with people who f–king have money and f–king who know f–king s–t.”

Toxqui claims the riled-up restaurateur punched him “in the face and chest” during the heated argument.

Ram vehemently denies the allegations, telling Page Six she would never make such racist remarks because she is Guyanese and “just as much an immigrant as anybody in this country.”

However, Page Six exclusively obtained audio of Ram’s rage-filled rant.

She can be heard yelling at Toxqui and another male worker, “Somebody is going to go to f–king jail tonight, and it’s going to be you. … I will tell you right now, I will f–k you up right here. I will f–k your ass up in f–king immigration.”





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