A Black Moun­tain Climber Ruined A Man’s Career With False Accu­sa­tion Of ‘Racism,’ Law­suit States

A Black Mountain Climber Ruined A Man’s Career With False Accusation Of ‘Racism,’ Lawsuit States

A man says his career and rep­u­ta­tion in the out­door adven­ture indus­try were destroyed when a high-pro­file moun­tain climber spon­sored by North Face false­ly claimed on social media that the man direct­ed racist com­ments at him in a bar, accord­ing to a Mon­day law­suit obtained by The Dai­ly Wire.
The law­suit alleges that Johnathan Tal­bot, a for­mer employ­ee of out­door appar­el com­pa­ny Out­door Research, lost his job after the climber, a black man named Manoah Ain­uu, used social media to not only allege that Tal­bot made racist com­ments and tried to fight him, but also pres­sure Out­door Research to ter­mi­nate him. 
It wasn’t until hours after Tal­bot and Ain­uu had a con­ver­sa­tion at a bar in Boze­man, Mon­tana, that Ain­uu post­ed at 3:00 AM on his Insta­gram with alle­ga­tions that Tal­bot was a racist, the law­suit from Amer­i­ca First Legal states. The pro­fes­sion­al climber said in a series of videos that Tal­bot came up to intro­duce him­self and asked ques­tions about div­er …