Jacqueline Guzman, an actor who railed on TikTok in opposition to avenue closures as a result of closely attended funeral for slain New York Metropolis Police Officer Jason Rivera, was fired Saturday by a movie manufacturing firm, the New York Daily News reported.
Face To Face Movies wrote that Guzman is “now not a member of our firm” after it heard in regards to the “insensitive” video.
Guzman’s tirade in opposition to avenue closures went viral and he or she rapidly deleted it ― nevertheless it was preserved and circulated broadly on social media.
The facemask-wearing Guzman walks on the street within the clip and says authorities “don’t must shut down most of decrease Manhattan as a result of one cop died for most likely doing his job incorrectly.”
“They kill people who find themselves underneath 22 each single day for no good cause and we don’t shut down the town for them,” Guzman stated.
“That is fucking ridiculous,” she continued. “What if anyone’s having a coronary heart assault on this space? No one can get to them as a result of it’s all blocked off for one fucking cop.”
The 22-year-old Rivera was shot and killed Jan. 21 whereas responding to a home violence name. His associate, Officer Wilbert Mora, 27, was additionally shot and died days later.
Police crammed the streets Friday outdoors St. Patrick’s Cathedral in midtown Manhattan to honor Rivera.
“New Yorkers turned out by the hundreds yesterday to assist us honor our fallen brother. One individual spreading hate can’t erase that,” Police Benevolent Affiliation President Patrick Lynch stated in a press release reported by the New York Post. “This type of rubbish has polluted the dialog for much too lengthy. We want the New Yorkers who’re standing with us to talk up and push again.”
Based on her now-deleted Face To Face Films bio, Guzman, initially from Hialeah, Florida, attended the American Academy of Dramatic Arts and began her personal manufacturing firm.