A ‘maniacal’ salon owner threatened to break a hairdresser’s bones and destroy her after unfairly sacking her when she didn’t respond to his Facebook message straight away.
Chris Tizzoni, who owns Alphaeus Hair Salon in Nowra, New South Wales, showered Jaymi-Lee Morris with a torrent of abuse over Facebook messenger on December 6.
He asked her: ‘Hey do I have a 9am app tomorrow?’ and when Miss Morris didn’t reply straight away, he continued: ‘Still awake but won’t answer, have you looked at tomorrow or not?’
Chris Tizzoni (left), who owns Alphaeus Hair Salon in Nowra, New South Wales, showered Jaymi-Lee Morris (right) with a torrent of abuse over Facebook messenger on December 6
In the shocking messages, Tizzoni (pictured) became aggressive, reminding Miss Morris that her new role as manager of another store was not guaranteed
This salon owner (left) threatened to break a hairdresser’s (right) bones and make her suffer when she didn’t respond to his Facebook message straight away
These are some of the shocking messages that Tizzoni sent to Miss Morris on December 6
Tizzoni then became aggressive, reminding Miss Morris that her new role as manager of another store was not guaranteed.
According to Fair Work Commission documents seen by Daily Mail Australia, he wrote: ‘Now I have 2 more [employees] I will not need you. U need to make a choice you are either with me or against me.’
He’s a maniac. The messages were really nasty and hard to take
Miss Morris talking to the Daily Mail
He then added: ‘I will not take silence any more! And I do not need to. I will sever you as I have done to them! If you push me to it! As I have said I have had enough!
‘You are not in control I am girl. And remember I just fixed your detrimental situation with the client you destroyed he [sic] hair! I think you forget my position.’
Miss Morris later replied: ‘Sorry my phone died n I was fixing Christmas lights. I did say yes but it must [not] have sent.’ She added: ‘What the f***! What are you [on] about?!’
Miss Morris tried to call her boss but he didn’t answer.
Tizzoni then accused her of conspiring against him with two other colleagues and wrote: ‘You try to have control over me! Because you think you know better! But I KNOW BEST. I HAVE BEEN AROUND LONGER AND HAVE ACHIEVED MORE! YOU WILL RESPECT ME!’
Miss Morris (pictured) told Daily Mail Australia: ‘He’s a maniac. He messaged me loads and went mad went I didn’t reply straight away’
Miss Morris said: ‘The messages were really nasty and hard to read. I wouldn’t be surprised if he was drunk when he wrote them.’ Pictured: The salon
Miss Morris said she wasn’t going to come to work tomorrow because she was ‘stressed out.’
Her boss replied: ‘Wat eves [sic] your down fall. Good luck in your new job if you can find one.’
He then unleashed a wave of abusive messages.
He wrote: ‘You r dead to me! Nothing more! You will suffer as they will! I will have justice and you will receive my wrath! U pieces of s***! I will make you suffer!’
Fair Work Commission documents said the pair had a ‘good working relationship’. Pictured: Miss Morris
‘Come after me weightlifter! I will break you! Your bones I’m talking! Depart from me as I will destroy u!
‘Have fun finding a job because u won’t get one! You f****d up. I shall destroy you! And you will be shammed! [sic] I will win dumb c**t. U will be nothing haha. Cry as you will cray [sic] forever.
‘Take ur s*** u ugly piece of crap because that is all that you r. Mwah u r nothing and I will make u nothing you piece of s***. Welcome ur new status.’
On Wednesday night, Miss Morris told Daily Mail Australia: ‘He’s a maniac. He messaged me loads and went mad when I didn’t reply straight away.
‘The messages were really nasty and hard to read. I wouldn’t be surprised if he was drunk when he wrote them.’
She added: ‘I’m not mad about it, I’m stronger than he’ll ever be.’
Fair Work Commission documents said the pair had a ‘good working relationship’ and ‘would regularly converse outside of normal business hours via Facebook.’
Before their dispute, Tizzoni had promised Miss Morris that she would be the manager of a new salon that he was planning to open in Bombaderry.
Commissioner Riordan said in his decision on 18 May that he believed Tizzoni unfairly sacked Miss Morris because he believed she was conspiring against him with other colleagues.
Tizzoni was ordered to pay Miss Morris four weeks’ pay.
Commissioner Riordan said in his decision he believed Tizzoni unfairly sacked Miss Morris because he believed she was conspiring against him with colleagues. Pictured: The salon