A transgender individual, often known as a “BLT-123,” was caught on video last week at a Woonsocket Dollar Tree assaulting and spitting on an employee who had caught him shoplifting, before smashing a bottle of something that spilt all over the floor.
Although we were told that this individual was later arrested outside of Woonsocket, we were not able to procure their identity until recent. On Facebook he goes by Mylie Blasia and appears to be a high school dropout from Rhode Island. Less than two years ago he looked like your typical drugged out Lenny Kravitz.
But then he began to put on different colored wigs and began doing more provocative bathroom selfies, so I guess that makes him a woman now.
And when you’ve arbitrarily declared that you are a woman it becomes OK to not only steal from the Dollar Tree, but assault women when they call you out on it. Let me just add for the record, if you have a problem with this woman beating human and his hairy belly button hanging out with your daughter in the locker room then you are a transphobic bigot and you can go straight to Hell.
You’ll never guess who his favorite sportball team is either.
If Mylie would like to come on the live show and explain why he thought it would be OK to steal, spit on and assault a woman, and then smash a glass bottle of sauce on the floor, he’s more than willing to come on the live show tonight, Thursday, or this weekend.
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