The Huffington Post just did an article on the fate of Minneapolis janitor Rosalina Gavilan Gomez, who recently learned that she’s been cleaning up after the chief executive of the bank that bought her foreclosed home — the home that she’s facing a March 11 eviction from.
Excerpts from the Huffington Post:
“At the beginning I didn’t know he was the guy,” said Gomez through an interpreter in an interview with HuffPost. “I didn’t know the relationship between my house and him. I saw him one time but never talked to him.”
…Gomez earns $26,000 a year ($12.97 an hour) working for a janitorial services company cleaning up after CEO Davis. He earns more than $2 million a year.
File Under: PR problem, Mr. Davis.