Whistleblower Formerly Employed By Truth Social Now Works At Starbucks
Will Wilkerson, a former executive at Donald Trump’s Truth Social media company, who became a whistleblower, is now working as a Starbucks barista.
Wilkerson, 38, reportedly handed the Securities and Exchange Commission, and probers in Florida and New York examining Trump’s Media and Technology Group, 150,000 emails, contracts and other internal documents.
As a whistleblower, Wilkerson alleged that Trump’s company violated securities laws and could not remain silent while some of its executives misguided investors.
Truth promptly got rid of Wilkerson, claiming he was concocting dramas. Former Rep. Devin Nunes (R-CA), the CEO of the company, has since filed a lawsuit against Wilkerson in a Florida circuit court, accusing him of creating “anxiety,” “insecurity,” “mental anguish” and “emotional distress.”
Wilkerson has accused Trump Media and Technology Group of creating “fraudulent misrepresentations” that break existing federal securities laws, reported The Guardian.
A video posted to Twitter on Oct. 2022 showed Wilkerson saying he is posting a “truth” for Trump, describing him as the “45th and soon to be 47th President of the United States.”
Recent reports have indicated that Wilkerson found himself working at Starbucks after he was fired from his position with Truth Social.
“I love what I do,” claimed Wilkerson, who said he had sent applications out for hundreds of different jobs before ultimately settling for the morning shift at a North Carolina Starbucks.