Two weeks ago I published a blog about Alina Vassiliadis, the Framingham mother whose 15 year old son was arrested for burning a Boston Police car during the peaceful black lives matter protests.
Alina was arrested 6 years ago when her the same son was 9 for beating him with a shoe “because he was stubborn.” Since her son was bailed out of jail by the fund that all the cool kids donated to he’s back home making Tik Toks with Mom.
Most things in life are not guaranteed, but one thing that is, is the fact that that kid will spend the vast majority of his abbreviated life as an adult in jail.
Since then Alina’s been making up fake Facebook names and commenting on every post and every live show episode. Finally over the weekend she agreed to come on the live show with Bret and Gupta Patel, and we got a window into her madness at the 52:50 mark. She was clearly on something, was sitting in a living room floor with no furniture, she had no idea where her son was, and when asked what she does for work she responded with, “I suck d***.”
Prior to speaking with Alina we also did an interview with Nancy Noxzema, the woman from Enfield who delivered spoiled chicken soup to my house during the week. Click here to subscribe to our YouTube channel and never miss an episode. Or, if you’re a podcast person then click here to subscribe on iTunes, and click here to subscribe to the SoundCloud channel. If you’re really feeling generous leave a 5 star review with a comment, because you can’t get content like this anywhere else.
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