An Amazon program manager has been fired after allegations of misbehavior with an Amazon delivery driver who left a purchase at his home.
A delivery worker, Nicholas Merant, alleged that he was racially abused while delivering a complete package to Brad Boynton, a fellow Amazon employee in Cornelius, North Carolina, after Boynton yelled at the entrance. Video footage of the incident, captured by Ring Doorbell, shows Boynton yelling at Myrant while apparently talking on the phone with another Amazon manager to complain about the delivery.
Boynton punishes Meurent for a walk in the park, before showing him a few times to make the n-word, as Meurent drives away from his car. Meanwhile, an Amazon press release said Boynton was saying “rare, rare” while talking on the phone “with someone by the name of Rare.
” The delivery driver said he was suspended after Boynton complained about his behavior, despite reports of racial abuse by him. But Amazon’s statement said Myrant has never been fired and remains an active driver with a delivery service provider, while Boynton’s job has been terminated. Myrant’s brother and model Heather Rose shared heartwarming photos on Instagram, sparking a wave of help for Myrant and anger at Boynton, who has been described as racist.
Video of the incident taken by Ring Doorbell shows Boynton yelling at Myrant while he is said to be on the phone with another Amazon manager to complain about the delivery. Brad Boynton, pictured here, used to follow Myrant for a walk in the park and call him the N-word several times. Heather Rose, the delivery driver’s sister, shared a video of the accident on Instagram, causing a wave. Seemed Dia Myrant for help and Boynton as a racist Rose said her brother Nicholas was delivering the package when Boynton began taking pictures of it and called another Amazon manager.
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When Nichols asked Boynton the reason for her recording, Boynton began to hurl obscenities at Nichols, telling him to “go away” and allegedly calling out the behavior of the delivery driver. In an Instagram post, Rose said: “I know racism is still alive, which means I regularly see it on the web and it hurts, but it’s definitely a sad thing.
And It’s amazing when this happens my friend.” Anyone who has known my brother knows that he is probably the quietest and most lonely person ever! “My brother got fired from his job because he asked the man why he called him ng** after taking pictures and walking on the grass.”
Boynton complained to Myrant over the phone, which we started walking on sight. In this photo taken from doorbell cam footage, Boynton yells at Myrant for a walk on the grass at the entrance, while Myrant returns to his car. walk back She said she was glad her brother didn’t retaliate or retaliate, adding that if she “probably wouldn’t have been here now.” Nichols said that Boynton falsely accused Boyne of violating several Amazon insurance policies by parking his car in their garden, but Nichols said he was “embarrassingly stopped on a narrow street” and claimed When I was trying to send, Boynton slammed the door in my face. His whole deal to him.
“This nepotism and racism are the most interesting,” Nichols said on her GoFundMe website, which has since been taken down, about the incident, while Sister Rose appealed to social media users for help. My brother is now unemployed with a car and a new house! I called Amazon 100 times to complain, and I ask you to do the same. Rose later discovered Kushal Boynton’s profile on the LinkedIn social media community, which she picked up and posted to her Instagram.
Boynton has since deleted all his social media accounts. Rose later saw Kushal Boynton’s profile on the social media community LinkedIn, which she picked up and posted to her Instagram. According to Boynton’s LinkedIn profile, he is a Virginia Tech graduate and currently works as a program manager for Amazon Transportation Services’ flagship initiative.
She announced that Boynton was also on Facebook, but deleted all her social media accounts amid the backlash. Among those who responded to the video was Benjamin Crump, a well-known civil rights legal professional, who retweeted the video and called the termination of Nichols’ employment at the company “unacceptable.” Other customers demanded Amazon reinstate Nichols, instead remove Boynton from his position, issued a public apology to Nichols, and some called for a boycott of the Amazon companies.