Ding Dong the witch is dead and leaving thousands questioning where all that donation money went.
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SUP YALL! TODAY I’M GLINDA UP IN THIS-HERE BITCH! ASHLEY BRADY, REIGNING MOM’S GROUP SCAM QUEEN, HAS OFFICIALLY SURRENDERED TO SOUTH SHORE TURTLEGIRL!
MOMS OF THE SOUTH SHORE IS BEING CLOSED DOWN!
The side of right has NOT accepted the white flag of surrender from Bug Eyes. I have thousands of munchkins that need answers. So, if you think that just because the house fell on you that this is over? Homegirl, you got something else coming. But I do look on fleekAF in these-here shoes.
That’s right, your glorious, sanctimonious, scam artist leader, didn’t even come out and comment. Well, not under her real name anyways.
She used one of her many troll accounts, that I mentioned in the last blog, to try and say the money went to needy families. That didn’t quell the concern of anyone who handed her money. Guilty much? Yeah, take your ball and go home, Elphaba.
If you’ve missed this crazy shit play out over the last week here is part one and two:
Because we managed to demolish her pathetic kingdom in the quest for justice – Ashley will forever be on a headstone in the Turtleboy Graveyard. She has solidified her place our hall of takedown shame.
It’s been a mass exodus these past couple of days. It’s like Moses himself swept in and freed the Jews in Egypt. Mothers, from all across the dirty South Shore, escaping in embarrassment not wanting to be associated with the blight that the group had become. Even those members that sat patiently waiting for Ashley to come out of the woodwork, quietly believing in her, have come to realize that all I did was show exactly what had been going on, I raised the questions that no one could ask themselves.
Actually, Turdnose, the last group came down because your homegirl launched an assault on the woman trying to keep the peace. Did you miss that section of the last blog?
Samantha, didn’t you already get in trouble with the IRS once before? Asking for a friend.
Someone even posted a direct question asking members if people, who had received money from Ashley for assistance, could come out of the woodwork.
I, personally, would have zero concern coming out to defend someone who had paid one of my bills for me. Everybody struggles. There is no shame saying you accepted help in order to keep your children warm and you had run out of oil. Not a single person came out to say Ashley gave them money. I’m not going to put someone on blast for needing help. That’s not what we do here. We sort through the bullshit so you don’t have to.
The only ones that did were the folks who benefited, or contributed, to the toy drive for Christmas. The toys, which were paid for by a host family and given to a family in need, but delivered BY Ashley. All so she could take the credit and see happy faces get Christmas gifts. I repeat, Ashley just delivered the presents. People kept demanding that their questions be answered:
The only people that came on and said they benefited financially from “all the donations” was (who I think was) Katie Salter’s mom. You remember the girl who got $5k because she needed rent? Only she bought her boyfriend a truck? She popped on to defend her daughter, because her daughter, like all of the admins, including Ashley, had left the group and took off silently.
Caitlyn, I’m happy to answer your question. Mostly because it’s a sincere one. This isn’t about the clicks or the money. It’s about standing up for the little guy. This isn’t making me rich and the only encounter I’ve had with Ashley was when she intimidated one of my readers on my own turf. The minute I pulled the string the whole sweater unraveled. I disagree with you saying she was genuine in her attentions. I think that the Facebook group was the only time Ashley had ever been popular and it went to her head. She became entitled and felt that she should be paid for it. When her attempts to charge people for membership failed – she realized the only way to profit was to say it was charity. She had to keep the money coming in, and with her thirst for attention, she broadcast any crumb of charity work done on the group. How many times can one woman submit herself to the news? Especially when the group is secret? If wasn’t about new members. It was about manipulating the ones already there.
As my friend Pam Martin said: The louder the voice – the lesser the deed.
Oh, wait, you know who else came out of the woodwork? The people who PAID Ashley to be the pinned advertising at the top of the group and be allowed to post an ad every day of they wanted. As long as they paid.
Seems Ashley was taking in $100 a month to go to “the fund” though advertising. She was paid up through 2017. Do the math.
Ashley, or “Justine,” said that she was giving the money back out of pocket because all of the money from the fund had already “been spent.” Yet, not a single human came on and said that she paid bills for them. Yikes.
Now, when I started this, I thought something fishy and bitchy was going on. It’s far worse than I ever imagined it to be. These people, believing they were doing good for members of their community, are genuinely hurt that they fell for this.
Let me just say this, if you did donate money thinking that it was for the betterment of humanity, good for you. However, that is why we have registered charities. I know you ladies wanted to see the impact and know that you’re doing some good in your little fish bowl, but that isn’t always possible with charity. It’s a very human thing to do. To be bullied in a mom’s group for your money helped people. It helped Ashley and her friends pay for all the shit you couldn’t afford. The explains the expensive toys Ashley’s kids have while she complaining about needing a new roof. It explains the $900 in leggings while saying she can’t afford plane tickets. None of it adds up.
Why do you think she banned GoFundMe’s for everyone except her friends and family? Why do you think that she would post her PayPal along with these GoFundMe links? Why do you think everyone of her pals could post their businesses whenever they wanted? Why do you think that her friends, who were raising money for her trip to Disney, said they had blocked Ashley from seeing anything when they posted? Everyone knows that admins can see posts even when they’re blocked. I’m sorry you guys fell for this. I truly am. But someone had to take a stand.
Of course, the lackies who really believed in the assistance that comes with a Mom’s group, started a new chapter. I have a feeling it will be more of the same. They did seem to smarten up and removed the clause about no screenshots because, let’s face it, expecting total privacy in a group of 15k is just silly. However, don’t ask too many questions because you’ll get yourself kicked out too!
If you’re looking to get your fix in for Mom’s group I recommend True Moms of the South Shore. I’ve been a member for a couple of days and the girl running it seems to have her head on straight. No bullshit scam. No playing favorites. Just a bunch of moms sharing advice on their kids. I highly recommend it.
Mostly because that Althea girl opened up her own and the remaining ass-kissers dropped the ball deleting people with legitimate questions.
Anyway, I’ll keep you guys updated on what is going on. This sure has been an interesting ride.
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