Woman on TikTok Exposes Sales VP’s ‘Audacity’ After He Hits on Her via LinkedIn
A lifestyle and beauty content creator on TikTok is going viral after sharing inappropriate messages she allegedly received on LinkedIn from a Hyatt hotel executive.
Alex, who shares content under the username @Alexandriakelly96, told her story on TikTok, sharing screenshots from an executive who seemingly reached out on LinkedIn to offer her a job opportunity.
Interested, Alex asked for what and where he was hiring.
The man, seemingly named Jeffrey, responded with some employment options, before noting, “I’m actually glad we don’t work together because I don’t think I’d get anything accomplished watching you walk around the office.”
Alex’s video has garnered over 814,000 views since she uploaded it.
TikTok users are stunned by the virtual encounter.
Many women in particular have responded, sharing stories of random men, especially older men, hitting on them via social media DMs.
“Why do old rich men think LinkedIn is a dating site?” one TikToker commented.
Meanwhile, Alex promised an update video, saying she planned to reach out to Jeffrey’s boss to share the inappropriate messages.
Alex returned with news, saying that she messaged Hyatt on Instagram and a representative from HR responded to inform her that actions would be taken, although they did not share what exactly those actions are.
Alex also updated TikTok that she did some internet sleuthing and was able to find Jeffrey’s wife and daughter online as well.
Alex initially sent Jeffrey’s wife a message on social media to share her experience but decided to retract the message after feeling like she shouldn’t get his family involved. She also became worried about her safety knowing that Jeffrey appears to be someone with money and power.
This isn’t the first time a situation like this has happened to Alex.
While she did not share details of her prior experiences, she noted that she is speaking up to bring awareness to corporations in the hope that this doesn’t happen to other women.