Brown is in deep worries after offers made by Lasco and other companies have fallen back on their promises since he saved a 12 y-o from drowning back in early September.
He recently shared with blogger Tina Chin that although Sandals Resort promised him a vacation stay, to this day he still hasn't visited any of their resorts.
When asked about Lasco supposedly promising him a job, Brown stated that the company did offer him a job but only offered him two days per week packing boxes.
He is required to sign a contract of some sorts preventing him from seeking additional employment elsewhere to make up for the loss of other daily income while employed with that company.
JAMAICA DEFENSE FORCE
The JDF who Brown said also offered him a position, later informed him that because of his
'not so clean background record' that the job offer was revoked and would not be forthcoming.
LEFT HIGH 'N' DRY
Brown expressed his disappointment, embarrassment and hopelessness which left him high and dry by these companies who seemingly only swooped in to gain the media spotlight from his act of courage.
Tremayne Brown was deported back to Jamaica from the UNITED KINGDOM after living there since he was 6 years old.