A musician accused a person of snatching her wig off on the road for no cause. He's been let go from his regulation agency after TikTok sleuths tracked him down.

  • TikToker and musician Lizzy Ashliegh confronted a person she stated randomly snatched her wig on the road.
  • She stated lower than 12 hours after her video went viral, TikTok customers tracked down the person’s identification.
  • The regulation agency the place sleuths stated the person labored launched an announcement saying he’d been let go.

A person recognized in a viral video for allegedly snatching the wig off of a girl has been fired by his employer, a New York Metropolis regulation agency, per an announcement posted to the corporate’s web site on Tuesday.

Over the weekend, the Brooklyn native and musician Lizzy Ashliegh stated TikTok vigilantes took issues into their very own palms after she filmed herself confronting a person on the road, who she claimed had tugged off her wig for no cause.

“This man simply took off my wig and stored strolling,” she captioned the video she shared over the weekend. “There’s demons in NY I swear.”

Within the clip, the infuriated creator repeatedly asks the person why he took her wig off. Two of his buddies are seen urging him to apologize to Ashliegh, however he says nothing and tries to stroll away.

Viewers fumed on her behalf. “The way in which he is performing such as you’re actually not there’s making me insannnneeee,” a high commenter wrote.

“Him smiling in ur face was making me soooooo mad,” one other particular person stated.

In a follow-up video the following day, Ashliegh famous that the web had tracked down the identification of the person in “lower than 12 hours.” She stated she’d additionally filed a police report and went to the physician (on the police’s suggestion), who gave her muscle relaxers for her neck.

The TikToker didn’t instantly reply to Insider’s request for remark. In a current video, she stated she’s not talking additional on the matter till she “strikes ahead legally.”

Social media sleuths concluded the person was an affiliate on the regulation agency Chief Berkon Colao & Silverstein. Insider’s request for remark returned an auto-reply from the agency stating he’s not employed.

When reached by cellphone, an worker at Chief Berkon Colao & Silverstein directed Insider to an announcement posted on LinkedIn in addition to on its web site confirming the information.

“We now have been made conscious of a video of a non-work associated incident involving one among our associates circulating on social media,” the corporate said. “We take critically any inappropriate conduct by any worker, whether or not inside or outdoors the office. This affiliate is not with the Agency.” 

Customers invested within the saga are cheering Ashliegh on. “I am so sorry he selected to assault you want that, you do not deserve that in any respect and I am glad he will face penalties for it,” one commenter wrote.