I think she made a good choice. I don't know if the guy really tried to intimidate her or if he just has a rough personality, but they obviously would not have fit well together. Every job anyone interviews for includes evaluation from both sides. This isn't something new. Having her complaint go viral is a bit silly to me, and unfortunate if her side of the story is not totally accurate. People seem to love wielding this new power from Twitter. It can and has been abused because people never get the whole stories. Hell, we don't even know what kind of job she was interviewing for. I would not consider this a big deal. Hopefully she finds a job she likes with people she enjoys being around.
She hasn't worked a single hour and she's already bitching about them on social media? I'd say she did them a favor by not taking the job.
I don't see her bitching about them, she is declining the job and gives her reason why.
Writing them a letter is declining a job, posting the letter on social media is bitching.
Which she had every right to do.
I didn't say she was acting outside her rights, I just said she did them a favor by not taking the job. She seems like a troublemaker, she'd almost certainly make even more trouble for them if she took the job.