I don't understand how the company can claim this is slander against one of their clients when all she did was link the youtube videos of Rommelmann's 'interviews.' Plus Rommelmann keeps saying she just "worked there, doing a little book-keeping." If she's not that involved with the company (Ristretto Roasting) why this action?
Rommelmann put these 'interviews' out on youtube for the public. In her words "The whole point of the YouTube channel is to get different voices and viewpoints in the room about uncomfortable subjects..."
I doubt the company would've acted without Rommelmann (or Ristretto Roasting) complaining. Which, by the way, how can anyone even read this article and not think "what the heck?" Rommelmann saying she only worked there, didn't own, manage, part-own, etc. yet her name's on the business' alcohol license, and she was pushing that with twitter, and calling it her husband's business?
Hey @uncabaret! Just beer and wine offered at the new @ristrettoroasters, which is my husband's biz (but I'm better at paperwork). Did take 6 month alcohol break, back to wine only, about 1/4 speed. Come see us sometime xx
(and the image with the above tweet is her name on the license).
There are so many inconsistencies with Rommelmann's story.