Caitlyn Jenner Facebook Post Sparks Office Fight, Co-Worker’s Arrest
A Facebook post about Caitlyn Jenner led to a workplace fight that ended with one man’s arrest.
The incident took place at a business in Buffalo Grove, Illinois, a suburb of Chicago. According to police, an employee called the cops after a prank involving Jenner turned violent. After the unidentified worker left his Facebook account open on an office computer, a fellow staffer, a 24-year-old man named Michael A. Moore, Jr., allegedly posted a status update claiming the worker was attracted to Jenner.
Upon discovering the message, a verbal argument between the two guys ensued. The fight then escalated with Moore allegedly slapping and pushing the victim. After Moore left the scene, his co-worker called police, who found him nearby. It was discovered that Moore had a warrant out for his arrest, and the cops took him into custody.
The warrant apparently stemmed from Moore’s failure to appear in court for a previous criminal charge. He was ultimately released from jail after posting a $500 bond. As the police report indicates that there were no witnesses to the alleged workplace fight, it’s unclear if Moore will face any new charges. It is noted, however, that Moore and his co-worker had not been getting along prior to this incident.