I’d like to personally apologize to Shaina Hauter for any derogatory remarks made against her. We here at Turtleboysports try to tell it like it is, without prejudice and no matter how “politically incorrect” some stories may seem or what the consequences may be. However, let me be the first to say, it appears that I had the Shaina Hauter situation completely pegged wrong and I would like to issue my sincerest, heartfelt apology to her for inappropriately reporting on her situation.
My information was based almost exclusively on multiple interviews that her aunt, Annie Hauter gave to the Brockton Enterprise and Patriot Ledger, and since we had very little to go on concerning Shaina or her parents, I based my article largely off of the information that Annie posted on social media and that she provided to the aforementioned publications.
Crazy Annie informed the Enterprise that “Shaina was given everything she could have ever needed or wanted” hinting that Shaina was “spoiled” by her adoptive parents (Annie’s brother and his wife), and that she was “seeking attention ” running away with a “drug dealer boyfriend” and had disappeared to Rhode Island for a few days previously under similar circumstances. Annie then went on to brag that her postings on social media were the main reason Shaina was found.
Not more than two days later, Annie is confessing on facebook that her brother (Shaina’s adoptive father) was abusing Shaina. Annie’s story has completely made a 180 degree turn concerning this bizarre, horrific situation.
Look, at this point, I can’t say for certain what portions of this entire nightmare may be true or false. Hopefully police and child services can sort that out. What clearly is certain, is that this young 16-year-old foster child has a messed-up family situation. Not gonna lie, from what we are now gathering about her family, I certainly would’ve run away too.
Once again, my apologies go out to Shaina Hauter. I’m so sorry I jumped the gun and misevaluated your situation. All of us are happy that you were found safe, and we hope that your family (including your aunt) can now get the help that they clearly need.