Woman speaks out after tirade at Trader Joe’s store in Hollywood


NORTH HOLLYWOOD — A woman is telling her side of the story after going on a tirade for being asked to wear a face mask in a Trader Joe’s store in North Hollywood.

She says the angry encounter started in response to a customer who harassed her because she wasn’t wearing a mask.

“Right away he started using obscenities at me, saying ‘f you,'” she says.

The woman, who asked that her name not be used, says she called a Trader Joe’s store in Toluca Lake and was given permission by the manager to come in and shop without a facial covering. But she claims she mistakenly went to North Hollywood where another manager told her she would make an exception allowing her to buy groceries without a mask on that day only.

The confrontation happened when she started shopping.

“I did what any normal human being, a woman, would do if she was being harassed by a man, not knowing if he’s a crazy man, so I started yelling in self defense,” she says.

The woman says she does not regret what she said during the encounter.

“Unlike whatever lies they are putting out there, I had no political agenda. I had nothing. They might use whatever else I said later in my anger, it doesn’t matter. What happened to me should not be happening to anyone else,” she says.

The woman declined to give any details about her medical condition.

ABC reached out to Trader Joe’s about this story and is waiting for a response.

See video here: https://abc7ny.com/6280521/

9 thoughts on “Woman speaks out after tirade at Trader Joe’s store in Hollywood

  1. I walked in and shopped a TJ about a month ago.

    I went back, and 2 guys blocked me, one closing the doors around him to keep me from entering.

    The other night, the manager at Von’s hounded me as I went to pick up some pre-operative meds. and she flat out told the pharmacist to refuse me my meds without a mask.

    Contacted a few Constitutional attorneys. Zero interest.

      1. Simply referring to those who’s practice centers around laws based on the Constitution and Bill of Rights, not other areas like criminal, business, etc. I’ve watched a few videos from such who speak out against what people think are ‘mask laws’ and that anything someone in power decrees is therefore some kind of legal law.

        Open to suggestions, as none seem interested. Contacted the woman who fought the Orange County mask ‘mandate’ and won, and am going to contact Vons directly, based on California Civil Code 51

        1. If you know someone who won in the administrative admiralty court, tell Job’s Daughter I said congratulations.
          California Civil Code 51 is not law, it is corporate policy being litigated as public law.
          Good luck with it.

          1. Be aware when you commit joinder in the administrative admiralty courts, you are acquiescing to and participating in treason, as the very existence of the administrative admiralty is a violation of the ratified supreme law of this land, in particular the 9th and 10th Articles, which when violated causes the entirety of the law that is the Bill of Rights to be violated.
            It is just like casting a corporate straw man vote in an unlawful United States Corporation or state, county, or municipal corporation election is aiding and abetting and a blatant fraud, treason, and sedition.
            We get this country back in only one way and that is in enforcing the absolute superior ratified law that you are proposing being a participant in violation thereof.
            Nothing personal, just the reality by the definition of the facts within the confines of meaning for the English language. You cannot join with them in any matter. They are criminals and as they have unlawfully removed our common law courts and our exclusive jurisdiction as individual free sovereign nationals for the united States of the Americas, we are at war and fighting a hostile occupation designed to subjugate and enslave us.
            Food for thought.

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