New York, June 8 (ANI): Debrahlee Lorenzano may have been fired from her old job, but the juicy controversy around her may attract a lot of new customers at Chase - if they don't fire her.
The banker set tongues wagging at Chase's Graham Ave. branch in Brooklyn when customers found she was working there.
"I would bank here more often," The New York Daily News quoted William Lugo, 45, of Bedford-Stuyvesant, as saying.
Men were disturbed to learn that the new employee was apprehensive of the banker's TV appearances, related to her tussle with Citi.
"What happened at her prior job is outside this bank's jurisdiction," said Christopher Antoine, 36, of Crown Heights. (ANI)