Yesterday we published a blog about a Methuen meat mongrel named Tim Miele who has been sending dozens of women unsolicited digital images of his penis for several years, while frequently using the excuse that he meant to send the images to someone else.
Last night his mother Connie Miele reached out to me on Facebook and sent a link to a website called Turtleboy Frauds, created by a prolific scam artist named Jesse Clark we blogged about last year.
She then blocked me, so I was unable to message her back. However, it appears as if she’s upset with me for exposing her deviant son, and instead of defending him she elected to send me a free WordPress blog created by a man who makes defamatory websites about all of his victims, and she seems to believe this is somehow supposed to discredit me. Here is the woman who raised this predator.
I am not the only person she has done this to. One of his victims also reached out to me with screenshots of messages she received from Connie Miele last year, threatening to sue her for posting about his behavior on Facebook.
Newsflash Connie – your grown son got this way because you keep making excuses for him. He’s able to do what he does because no one calls him out for it publicly. If you truly cared about him you’d appreciate this because he needs to be embarrassed and shamed; it’s the only way he’ll learn. He’s out of control and can’t stop sending dick pics to every woman on his Facebook roster. That’s not normal. If you didn’t block me I’d send you a picture of my junk just to see how you liked it. If you actually cared about him you’d be getting him help instead of harassing the people who are exposing him. Be a better Mom and your children won’t end up on Turtleboy. Bye.
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