In 2017 we were introduced to a Holden mother named Celia McAuliffe who used unconventional parenting methods which illustrated why she didn’t have custody of her children. She’s somewhat of a legend around here.
Students outside of Northbridge High School filmed themselves viciously attacking a younger student outside of school.
Why fight a girl one on one when you can jump her instead? Think of how easily this could’ve gone the other way. They’re on a busy road and traffic is going by. All it would take is the girl to lose her balance, fall into the street, and she’d be killed by a car.
Apparently the girl they were doing this to is a freshman, and the other two girls are upperclassmen. Neither was suspended for this. Hopefully administrators at Northbridge High School see this and do something about it now that there’s video evidence. Ya know, because schools are opposed to bullying.
We don’t usually shame high school kids, but that video was horrible. And quite frankly a public shaming does these people good. Plus, what they did was criminal, and they should probably be arrested for it. These are the two girls who did the pummeling on the freshman:
Evidently being the most ratchet girls in Northbridge has given these young ladies the false belief that they’re allowed to use urban vernacular that SJWs would refer to as “cultural appropriation.”
Mad heads hating?
Life is rough out in the mean streets of Whitinsville.
Apparently the screenshots above are in reference to a completely different incident in which one of these lovely products, who was more than likely conceived in the parking lot of a 1998 Fugees concert, threw a coffee coolata at a male student inside NHS. Notice the final comment.
Yea, that’s not a student. That’s Cailin’s mother, Celia.
And now the picture becomes even clearer. Keep in mind, that “little faggot” who she’s threatening to make sure “never walks again” is a child who goes to school with her daughter. All-Star parenting if I’ve ever seen it!!
She wasn’t done threatening junior hoodrats and inserting herself into high school drama though:
Obviously things are going great in your life when you’re threatening 14 year olds with other 14 year olds from other towns, who you somehow are friends with, and who do your bidding whenever your foul mouthed offspring runs her mouth on social media.
Rather than be an adult and walk away from this conversation though, Celia thought it would be wise to continue to defend her daughter’s honor by bragging about the vicious 2 on 1 assault you saw in that video.
Because nothing is more important than establishing who won a fight between children.
Most normal parents would see a video of their daughter violently attacking another child and be embarrassed. Not Celia though. The only thing that matters to her is that her kid officially won the fight. Because these things matter.
Celia’s Facebook page shows us that her time is well spent interacting with at risk teenagers and taking Facebook quizzes about being bailed out of jail.
She’s no a regular Mom. She’s a cool Mom.
She ironically shared a TB blog just a few weeks ago.
Sometimes you’re sharing Turtleboy blogs. The next day you’re featured on one. Hate when that happens.
But she wasn’t sharing it because she’s a fan of that particular blog. In the least surprising turn of events ever, she has a problem with Turtleboy publicly shaming the Greenfield ratchet featured in that article who was selling her food stamps for heroin money:
Safe to say she’s heard of Turtleboy now.
Her golden gloves daughter apparently is quite familiar with the blog, and in the least surprising turn of events ever, Mom knows the Greenfield ratchet from jail.
Yea Celia, I think everyone reading this knows how you feel about heroin. But it’s not her fault, it’s a disease!!
Sometimes I wish I was a heroin addict. It’s like permanent armor that protects you from ever being judged.
And based on the video at the top of the blog, this is the most accurate thing we found on her Facebook page:
Yup, lots of girls who get suspended for throwing coffee at other kids in school, and who jump a freshman outside of school, are the product of being “raised good.”
Celia has evidently put a hit out on Turtleboy now, and is plotting to take down the blog, which we found out when these screenshots were sent to us.
It’s true. We broadcast live on our Facebook show from Main South. But everyone knows our corporate offices are in Fitchburg.
Celia evidently thought she was speaking with a hitman, and vowed to pay him in sexual services in return for killing me.
Sure, she’ll consent to felating a stranger on the Internet as payment for a hit on a local blogger. But noodz? Sorry buddy, she’s not “that type of person.” She’s a well respected mother who occasionally threatens 14 year olds with physical threats from other 14 year olds in their town who she has on call in her rolodex.
Then she threw in the “I’m not a bad mom” disclaimer.
She’s a drug addict who went to jail, has never had custody of her kids, cheers her daughter on while she jumps other girls, and calls 14 year old kids homophobic slurs to own them online. If that’s not the definition of a good mom then I don’t know what is.
Finally she capped off the conversation by calling the latest guy she’s shacking up with a “fucking p****” for not kicking Turtleboy’s ass himself.
Then again, her boyfriend was probably way too old for her in the first place, especially if he has his driver’s license.
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