Debra Demello is a New Bedford mother of four.
That gentleman right there is named Tyrell Tavares, and he is the current love interest in her life. Just like her south short spirit sister Bristol Blarney, Debra hasn’t had much luck hanging onto her four children. She’s currently 0 for 4 because her parenting skills need some work. For instance, a bad way to lose custody of your kids is to videotape yourself handing one of them a gun so he can point it at his brother while a man gets a tattoo in the background, and then posting the video to Snapchat.
Lovely parenting. Here she is escorting her other son on a public road so that he can do wheelies.
Notice she called it “beast mode.” Because…priorities.
Tyrell is currently incarcerated for abusing her and fighting her 19 year old son after a mishap at the Kings Inn, but she still loves him anyway.
What’s not to love? The man just oozes sex appeal.
The hat. In the projects. Irresistible.
She’s also posted videos of herself getting tatted up, but forgot to blur out the track marks.
She was arrested two years ago for selling cocaine and was carrying a decent amount of cash on her.
New Bedford Police made an arrest Thursday following an investigation into a heroin distribution service running out of a Sawyer Street Apartment. Members of the New Bedford Police narcotics division executed a search warrant at 346 Sawyer Street, Apartment 1N at around 7 p.m. Thursday. During the search, police located 14 grams of cocaine, packaging material, a digital scale and $4,272 in cash. Police arrested 38-year-old Debra J. Demello of that address on charges of possession of cocaine with intent to distribute.
Five years later he was arrested for his involvement in a shooting.
Four Cape residents were arrested this weekend in connection with a shooting last month in what Marion police described as a drug deal gone bad. Tyrell Tavares, 22, and Julie Ann Pascua, 23, both of 42 Pontes Avenue, East Falmouth along with Peter Jollymore, 22, and Gabriella Mancha, 18, both of 202 Quaker Meeting House Road, Sandwich, were arrested after a two-week investigation into the shooting of a 21-year-old man on March 24.
So you could say that these two love birds are a match made in New Bedford heaven.
In the meantime, while her man is out of the picture for a bit she’s holding it down for him on Facebook with some of the most inspiring posts imaginable.
Imagine being the person who reads that ratchet vegetable soup and says, “Yo, can I share this?” Must be wild.
There’s really no value to this blog, since she no longer has custody of her kids and doesn’t appear to want to have them back. But if you send us a video posted by a mother on Snapchat of herself handing her son a gun so that he can point it at someone else, we’re probably going to blog about it. Because sometimes we need a break from all the Karen blogs.
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