Mark O’Brien apologizes for Moo Shu ban on David Millar



James Corden ‘apologized profusely’ after restaurateur bans and calls him out online after the ‘Game Of Thrones’ star told a female colleague ‘we were meant to be together,’ according to his former assistant.

Mark O’Brien, the co-founder of the restaurant chain Moo Shu, told a staff member in an internal memo that he had received threats over his decision to ban David Millar from his restaurants.

O’Brien apologized in a statement issued to Business Insider on Friday and called Millar “a divisive and challenging individual.”

A Moo Shu employee has posted a message on social media accusing David Millar of a series of transgressions for his treatment of her. Mark O’Brien’s former assistant has also posted a message to the restaurant’s Twitter account, calling out an employee “who I can’t stand,” and referring to Millar as “a divisive and challenging individual.”

O’Brien has said that Millar has “engaged in a series of transgressions,” and in an internal memo from the restaurant chain on Friday, O’Brien apologized for the incident, calling Millar “a divisive and challenging individual.”

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“I am deeply sorry to you and your family for what I know happened,” O’Brien wrote in the memo, which was obtained by Business Insider. “David Millar has engaged in a series of transgressions, which have affected me personally and professionally, and I should have been more vocal in my support for him.”

A Moo Shu employee has posted a tweet on social media accusing David Millar of a series of transgressions for his treatment of her. Mark O’Brien’s former assistant has also posted a message on the restaurant’s Twitter account, calling out David Millar as “a divisive and challenging individual.”

Millar, 55, is not commenting specifically on the Moo Shu situation. He told Business Insider in a phone interview on Monday that the allegations against him are “untrue.”

On Sunday, Millar tweeted, “I really don’t talk about the past, I talk about the present, and I wish everyone would stop being so negative.” He followed up his tweet with a series of messages on Instagram that he said were intended to “

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