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A top Merrill Lynch financial advisor faces charges after hurling a drink at a smoothie-store employee and making a racist remark, police say

3 monthes ago   |   By Business Insider

James Iannazzo, a former financial advisor at Merrill Lynch, is accused of directing a racist remark at a Robeks employee during an altercation Saturday. AaronP/Bauer-Griffin/GC Images
A Merrill Lynch financial advisor was arrested after yelling at employees at a smoothie store.
James Iannazzo, 48, faces three charges over the incident, which appeared to be recorded on video.
Merrill Lynch said it investigated the incident and Iannazzo was "no longer employed at our firm."
A top financial advisor at Merrill Lynch was arrested and charged after he threw a drink at a worker at a smoothie...
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