‘Train Karen’ Brianna Pinnix, who drunkenly berated German tourists on NJ train and told them to ‘get the f*** out of my country,’ launches new website touting herself as ‘having compassion for all living beings’

The woman known as ‘Train Karen’, who drunkenly berated a group of German tourists on a New York train, has launched a new website where she presents herself as someone who has ‘compassion for all living things’.

Brianna Pinnix (30) gained notoriety in October last year when she was filmed on a train telling a group of German tourists to ‘get the f*** out of my country’. She was fired from her position at Capital Rx after the video of her behavior went viral.

On her personal blog site, Pinnix now brands herself as a ‘talent acquisition specialist’ with ‘an innate talent for spotting potential’, highlighting an ‘impressive career spanning eight years’.

Despite accusations of additional xenophobic tirades against colleagues after the viral video, she describes her journey as “beginning in the quaint suburbs of Ridgewood, New Jersey.”

“Growing up amid the comforting presence of family pets, her heart swelled with compassion, not just for her furry companions, but for all living things,” she wrote.

Brianna Pinnix, 30, who drunkenly abused a group of German tourists on a New York train, has launched a new website where she presents herself as someone who has 'compassion for all living things'

Brianna Pinnix, 30, who drunkenly abused a group of German tourists on a New York train, has launched a new website where she presents herself as someone who has ‘compassion for all living things’

Pinnix gained notoriety in October last year when she was filmed on a train telling a group of German tourists to 'get the f*** out of my country'.  She was fired from her position at Capital Rx after the video of her behavior went viral

Pinnix gained notoriety in October last year when she was filmed on a train telling a group of German tourists to ‘get the f*** out of my country’. She was fired from her position at Capital Rx after the video of her behavior went viral

On her personal blog site, Pinnix now brands herself as a 'talent acquisition specialist' with 'an innate talent for spotting potential', highlighting an 'impressive career spanning eight years'.

On her personal blog site, Pinnix now brands herself as a ‘talent acquisition specialist’ with ‘an innate talent for spotting potential’, highlighting an ‘impressive career spanning eight years’.

In the shocking footage that went viral, Pinnix appeared drunk and towered over a group of tourists as they chatted among themselves in their seats.

‘Are you German?’ she asked before adding aggressively, ‘what did you say, tell me what you said.’

Pinnix becomes increasingly aggressive before shouting ‘don’t let immigrants take over our country…how about you get the f**k out of our country.’

The tourists seemed to take the incident in good humour, with only one getting out of their chair and appearing visibly annoyed before calmly sitting back down moments later.

After her identity was revealed, Pinnix deleted her social media accounts and declined interview requests, choosing not to share her side of the story.

Months later, she started a new website that features blog posts about talent acquisition, but it remains unclear what specific function the site serves or whether she wrote these posts.

The site also features photos of Pinnix in various scenic settings, radiating genuine happiness as she smiles in each image.

Despite accusations of additional xenophobic tirades against colleagues following the viral video, she describes her journey as 'starting in the quaint suburbs of Ridgewood, New Jersey'

Despite accusations of additional xenophobic tirades against colleagues following the viral video, she describes her journey as ‘starting in the quaint suburbs of Ridgewood, New Jersey’

The site also features photos of Pinnix in various scenic settings

She seems to radiate genuine happiness as she smiles in every image.

“Growing up amid the comforting presence of family pets, her heart swelled with compassion, not just for her furry companions, but for all living things,” she wrote on her website.

She debuted a new website that features blog posts about talent acquisition, but it remains unclear what specific function the site serves or whether she wrote these posts

She debuted a new website that features blog posts about talent acquisition, but it remains unclear what specific function the site serves or whether she wrote these posts

She also describes herself as a dancer, who found in dance ‘both an emotional outlet and a bridge to connect with others who shared her enthusiasm.’

Highlighting her accomplishments in the corporate world, Pinnix wrote, “her exceptional accomplishments culminated in her being honored with the prestigious Recruitment Consultant of the Year Award in 2021 at InterQuest Group.”

She did work at InterQuest Group, where she allegedly called her boss a ‘Scottish piece of s***’ during a work dispute with Jack Lockerbie during a Teams call during the pandemic.

Pinnix then made a TikTok video series posted on her now-deleted account about the former boss, claiming he was ‘gaslit’ her.

A former colleague who worked with Pinnix between 2019 and 2022 exclusively told DailyMail.com that she was an ‘HR nightmare’ that colleagues dreaded dealing with.

‘None of us who have worked with her before were surprised by this video. There was frequent aggressive, angry behavior, she was just caught out this time,’ he said.

‘Brianna was not a good drunk, there were always tears and shouting when she drank at work events.

“It got to the point where she was banned from work social events,” said the former colleague, who did not want to be named.

It is unclear what led to the confrontation or what comments were made to Pinnix

“Stop right now, sit down or I’ll never talk to you again” threatens the woman’s boyfriend

The 'Karen' is seen towering over a group of tourists as they chat among themselves on their seats.

The ‘Karen’ is seen towering over a group of tourists as they chat among themselves on their seats.

Pinnix wrote on her website: ‘Following InterQuest, she decided to go in-house recruiting, starting with Capital Rx. Her work extended beyond recruiting suitable candidates for positions; it was about transforming lives.’

But she failed to mention that she lost her job at the drugstore giant after footage of her screaming abuse of a group of tourists on a New Jersey Transit train went viral.

After her identity was revealed by DailyMail.com, Capital Rx said in a statement that the “company has a zero-tolerance policy on bias or discriminatory behavior.”

‘After reviewing the circumstances, we took immediate action and dismissed the employee in question.

‘The former employee’s actions and words are not representative of Capital Rx, and we offer our sincere apologies to those who were hurt.’

In addition to sections detailing her passion for dance, family pets and travel on the website, Pinnix highlights her ‘devotion to her Italian heritage and traditions’.

She wrote: ‘The hearty laugh, the mouth-watering food at family gatherings, and her deep dive into the rich history of Italy confirm her connection to her beautiful culture.

‘In the midst of her kitchen, in the midst of the faint smells of authentic dishes passed down through generations, she finds a unique kind of comfort, which also expresses her commitment to keeping her roots alive.’

The website also includes two sections titled “personal life” and “friends and family,” but Pinnix made no mention of family members, including her husband, who accompanied her on the New Jersey train.

'Train Karen' Pinnix has been accused of a second xenophobic attack after she once called her boss a 'Scottish s***' and told him she 'hoped he would be deported'

‘Train Karen’ Pinnix has been accused of a second xenophobic attack after she once called her boss a ‘Scottish s***’ and told him she ‘hoped he would be deported’

According to social media, Pinnix married her husband in a New Jersey ceremony in 2020.  However, it is unclear if he is still with her after the 'racist' train wreck

According to social media, Pinnix married her husband in a New Jersey ceremony in 2020. However, it is unclear if he is still with her after the ‘racist’ train wreck

Pinnix, wearing jeans and a pale green thong top, is comforted by her concerned husband.

“Brie, don’t do it. You could be arrested,’ he pleaded, taking her by the arm and trying to convince his partner that the group of men were ‘having a private conversation’ and not trying to start a conflict.

“I love you, but get off me,” the increasingly distraught wife tells her husband as she continues to mock the tourists.

“Stop right now, sit down or I’ll never talk to you again” he threatens.

After Pinnix is ​​back in her seat, her husband tells her: ‘I’m an immigrant too, you know that right.’

According to social media, Pinnix married her husband in a New Jersey ceremony in 2020. However, it is unclear if he is still with her after the ‘racist’ train wreck.

Pinnix was spotted emerging from her Manhattan apartment in Yorkville, ironically a historic German immigrant neighborhood with many German beer halls and butchers.

One of her social media posts hinted that she might be moving soon, as she wrote, ‘apartment hunting is the WORST.’