Tuesday, February 9, 2021

Victor Rivera - Nobody Tells Daddy No - update

Victor Rivera has been fired. New York has launched a probe and the district attorney is said to be investigating criminal charges. Everyone is saying no to Victor Rivera.
Victor Rivera is head of one of the largest homeless shelter operators in New York. He has been accused of sexual assault or sexual harassment by at least 10 women. Five were targeted in his shelters and two were given payments exceeding $175k to ensure their silence. Despite this, his power and influence has grown as New York grapples with a huge homeless population.
More than 80,000 people in New York City are homeless.
Rivera's organization, the Bronx Parent Housing Network, has received more than $274m from the city to run homeless shelters and provide services since 2017.

“I know what it is to be hungry. I know what it is to be homeless and I know what it is to be judged in the greatest city in the world,” Victor Rivera once spewed.
Victor Rivera owns two homes, including a $780k house in Stony Point, N.Y. with a heated swimming pool. He drives a new BMW, provided to him by his 'non-profit' organization.

“I have never wanted anything more than to give back to this city and help the many people who need it,” Rivera said, “because I was once one of those people.”