Poor Behavior

Hull Mother Katie Barclay Invades Hull Family’s Property And Harasses Them After Patriarch Shared TB Blog About Her On Facebook

 

Yesterday we published a blog about Katie Barclay, a Hull woman we were familiar with who was harassing and demeaning peaceful protesters from Hingham because they were voicing their opinion publicly about why the thin blue line flag in Hingham should remain on fire trucks.

A man from Hull named Paul Kravitz shared the blog on his Facebook page which prompted the Beach Beaver to show up to his house, invade his property, harass his family, and chuck the middle finger at some young kids while wearing a “suck it up buttercup” tank top with no bra.

Perfectly normal way to handle being featured on TB Daily News.

Sources tell us that she was also yelling racial slurs at another man who was at the house, who she mistook for being Latino, and has been going door to door in Hull confronting anyone who shared the blog. Just a reminder, this woman is married with children of her own. The police were called but she has not been arrested or charged with anything, although a restraining order is probably coming her way soon.

Either way, I don’t want or have a RO out against her so she’s more than welcome to email turtleboysports@gmail.com to make arrangements to come on the live show tomorrow night.

 

 

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