Athol Junkies Steal Over $1K From Friend’s PayPal Who Just Lent Them Money, Use Real Name, Daughter Calls Dad An Embarrassment
This is Michelle Diemand and her boyfriend Eddie Soucie from the Athol area.
They have that “disease” that’s been going around. The one that makes you hack into your friend’s Facebook account after they lent you money, then systematically steal over $1K via PayPal.
The most amazing part about this story isn’t the fact that she thought this wouldn’t be traced back to her despite using her real name, it’s the fact that she took out so many random increments of money over the period of 24 hours. Apparently Diego the friendly neighborhood drug dealer charges tax and requires exact change.
The most ironic part about this story is this:
The guy who constantly rags on liberals and socialism, presumably because it allows free loaders to take money from people who work for a living, is in fact a free loader who steals money from his gainfully employed friend who works for a living.
By Facebook edict there always has to be that one person who complains that you’re being mean to the junkie by giving him the public shaming he has clearly earned. In this case the objection was due to the fact that his crotch fruits would see the truth about their father.
Don’t worry Jessica, I’m quite sure his kids know by now that what a massive disappointment he is. Don’t take my word for it though, just ask his daughter.
When your own fruit of the womb shows up on a post where you are being publicly shamed to make it clear that you are indeed an embarrassment, you know you’ve hit rock bottom.
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