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Yesterday we published this blog, outlining allegations that several people with ties to the Andover hockey team were making as to the identity of the person who called DCF on AHS hockey coach Chris Kuchar. According to everyone who emailed or messaged us, it was disgruntled parent and aspiring country music star Scott Nichols:
We messaged him several times for comment and gave him three days to respond. He responded by blocking us, so we were unable to report is side of the story. But we did our due diligence. Now he’s denying it:
If you start off by complaining that Turtleboy is anonymous, you’re probably hiding something. This is what people who are exposed on Turtleboy always do first – complain that they’re being exposed by an anonymous blogger who works for a company out of Worcester.
Next usually comes lawsuits (still undefeated in court), FAKE news allegations, and imaginary sexual harassment. But starting fights in parking lots? That’s a new one.
The best part is how he denies being the DCF whistle blower, and then immediately, in the next breath starts complaining about the coach, making up stories about “unsafe” practices, and calls him STUPID!!
Anyway, we report what credible people tell us. Personally, I believed them because so many people came forward saying the same name, and Scott Nichols fit the profile. But after his denial followed by an immediate condemnation of the coach’s practices and reference to an imaginary track athlete dying, there’s no doubt in my mind who made that call. My question is, did Shelley Berman put him up to it?