This is Alyssa Desimone from Boston.
She recently graduated from Bentley and is attending Suffolk Law School, according to her Facebook profile.
This required a new pant suit.
Over the weekend Alyssa shared a harrowing story on Facebook that has been shared thousands of times, about how her sister was nearly sex trafficked in Lynnfield.
“Seems like it could be part of a sex trafficking ploy.”
Why do these people always default to sex trafficking? Can’t people just be douchebags? I have no idea what actually happened because I wasn’t there, but if what she was saying is true then it sounds like she pissed off some other female driver at 12:30 AM, and this woman followed her honking her horn as people have been known to do during road rage incidents. It’s literally a lone woman sitting in her car:
Why would the Russian sex traffickers in Lynnfield send out the JV team to do such an important job? How is this lone woman going to kidnap and sex traffic your sister?
The best part was the ending, where she explained why she believed this must’ve been sex trafficking:
“I’ve read stories similar to this happening at the Woburn Market Basket parking lot, Woburn Bertucci’s Parking garages, on Route 3 in the Billerica area, and the Burlington Mall.”
Thank goodness this woman attending law school gets her trusted news and information from other irrational Pumpkin Spice Mafia Becky’s who posted about similar experiences with sex traffickers at Target. A white woman she doesn’t assumed the guy she saw in produce was there to kidnap her baby, therefore it’s the biggest threat facing our civilization.
Anyway, because the bylaws of the Pumpkin Spice Mafia dictate that everyone must blindly assume that every person a white woman assumes is a sex trafficker, in in fact a sex trafficker, all of her friends shared it and let her know how happy they were to hear that her sister survived this near death experience.
“Because there was no harm conducted by the person they were allowed to go.”
Those damn sex traffickers are so convincing! They can fool any cop into believing that they’re not out here trying to kidnap grown women in their Mazdas.
You would think that the fact that the cops didn’t find any instruments of sex trafficking in the woman’s car would convince Alyssa that perhaps she misinterpreted what actually transpired. But then again she read another viral post last week on Facebook about kids almost getting sex trafficked at the Market Basket in Wilmington, so clearly these organizations are everywhere and Alyssa did a service to her community by alerting them to this danger. Good thing this woman’s going to law school.
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