Boston Business Owner Vows Slander Lawsuit For TB Blog About North Shore Woman Using Children To Steal Packages From Victims She Met On Facebook


Earlier in the week we published a blog about a North Shore mother named Michelle Bedard who was using her children to steal packages from people she met on Facebook yard sale pages. The woman was infamous for agreeing to leave money (which is a common practice) at the homes of her victims, and had been doing this for months. She was also previously arrested for getting in a hit and run with the semen demons in the car in 2016, and has been evicted and brought to court too many times to count.

The blog was shared far and wide in various yard sale groups as this woman has done this to so many people. Her behavior was indefensible, or so we thought until this lady showed up:

She goes by Reine DeLuca on Facebook, and according to her Facebook bio she is the owner of DeLuca’s Market on Newbury Street.

She messaged me to inform me that I would be charged with slander for putting this dumpster slug on blast and endangering her life.

Not her problem.

I have since been blocked and have no way to follow up with her about when I will be getting served. But surely THIS is the lawsuit that will finally bankrupt TB Daily News.

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I think the real tragedy here is that poor Reine is quite possibly the hardest 30 in grizzled human history.



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