In a heartbreaking clip, ‘Undercover boss’ discovers that an employee’s daughter was murdered.

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Clip from season 2 of Undercover Boss The story has been revived online and includes a worker’s horrifying tale of revenge, which turns into a tale of redemption and triumph. The 2010 edition of the book was published.John Fuller, Johnny Rockets chief executive officer, was eager to display a different side. His episode of The Undercover Boss The CEO Telled Register for Orange County he was excited when CBS asked him to go undercover for the show. He was excited to be on the front lines, even though he had the Johnny Rockets routine to learn.

“You have to go into it and be sincere about learning, and roll up your sleeves and soak up as much knowledge as possible,”Fuller, who has never worked at one of his 300 restaurants, said this. Fuller worked undercover at several Johnny Rockets locations in Atlantic City, Uncasville (Conn.), and in a retro-themed version in New York City.

Undercover boss discovers that a daughter of an employee was murdered

Johnny Rockets Undercover Boss finds out that his employee’s daughter has been murdered and takes the law into himself. Dabl Network: Watch Undercover Boss FREE! Visit https://bit.ly/2sGTUwA for where to watch! #UndercoverBoss

Published by Dabl NetworkTuesday, July 12, 2022

Fuller couldn’t have imagined the emotional, shocking encounter he would have in Atlantic City. Fuller approached Tony to have a rest after a long evening busing tables and serving food. The two men sat on a boardwalk at the beach, waxing poetic about the weather and starting to talk about their families.

“Do you have kids?”Fuller asked Tony. “Yeah, I do. I have kids. Um, I actually lost one. My daughter was murdered,”Fuller was shocked when he replied. “I found out who it was,”Tony went on. “I took the law on my own hands, and I went out, and I assaulted him, and I don’t remember much. I blacked out, and by the time I came through, I was already going to jail. I really hurt the guy pretty bad. He’s still alive. He’s not dead, thank God. So, I ended up serving three years for it.

In a voiceover, Fuller noted that Tony said his daughter Nikki’s murder was still an unsolved crime, but he believed he caught the man who did it. “I lived three months under the boardwalk. I kept a few blankets under there. So I turned my chair, took my blankets, and went (unintelligible), to go to bed. Then I went to the bathrooms and washed my hands.” Tony continued.

“I kept coming back to this spot, and I kept spotting the sign: “hey, Johnny Rockets’ is coming.” One day, I saw the owner sitting there. So I asked him and told him all about my…you get the idea. He gave me a job here. I owe him so many for getting me off the streets. It’s been like my life is changing since I started working here. It’s unbelievable.”

When he spoke to Nation’s Restaurant News in 2010Fuller noted how Tony’s story inspired him in particular due to having a daughter around the same age as Nikki. “It struck me how upbeat he was with guests. I thought, “If this man can keep it going like this, then I should also be able conquer anything.”

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