Don't mess with Mambo, transgendered whore!

Restaurant owner Marisol Simoes infused 
the wrong kind of entertainment to 
someone’s dining experience.

Elayna Katz went to a restaurant called Mambo Nuevo Latino in Ottawa, Canada and ordered some jambalaya. She told the waitress she wanted her order without olives.

Her food came with olives.

She wasn't happy with the response of her server (she got a new order but was then charged for both). Afterwards she tried to contact the restauraunt's owner without success, so she posted a bad review at an online restaurant review site.

That's when the restaurant's owner, Marisol Simoes, age 42, seems to have gone a little bit crazy.

Ms. Simoes left post after post attacking Ms. Katz. She posted personal information about her. She pretended to be Ms. Katz and emailed her boss and work colleagues, offered to have sex with them and said she was transgendered. She posted an advertisement on an adult dating site using Ms. Katz's online wedding photos and said that she was a man seeking other men.

This went on for two years.

When Ms. Simoes was caught and arrested, she was convicted of criminal libel. She was also told she must take anger management classes.

In an earlier interview about the two restaurants she owns, called Mambo and Kinki, Marisol Simoes was asked why customers were loyal to her restaurants:
The common factor between Kinki and Mambo is the way we infuse entertainment to anyone’s dining experience. It’s one thing to go out and enjoy a great meal and its another to experience memories somewhere. We are two of those places in the market that always go that extra step to inject some culture into your experience by way of entertainment.
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