Hermeisha Robinson, left, received a racist email claiming to be from Mantality Health (Courtesy of ksdk.com)
In the summer of 2018, a Missouri business faced accusations that it sent rejection letters to applicants over their “ghetto names.” However, it turned out that a former employee was using the testosterone clinic’s Indeed.com profile, a hiring site, to send the racist emails.
Christopher Crivolio, 47, pleaded guilty in federal court on July 30 to one count of identity theft for sending the unauthorized racist messages. Crivolio, a former employee of Mantality Health, maliciously used the name of a current employee to send job applicants rejection emails while citing their given name as too “ghetto.”
“Thank you for your interest in careers at Mantality Health. Unfortunately we do not consider candidates that have suggestive ‘ghetto’ names. We wish the best in your career search,” Crivolio wrote in the emails, according to the…
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