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We’re doing a new daily blog, going chapter by chapter through “I Am Turtleboy” and answering questions directly from turtle riders.
I don’t mind being outed as the publisher of Turtleboy Sports because it’s true. What I did mind was when an alcoholic blogger named James Kriger wrote a libelous blog about me sexually harassing and/or assaulting a young woman in front of 60,000 fans at a Bills-Patriots game in 2014. His completely fabricated hit piece on me was devastating, and led to one of the craziest days of school ever, which turned out to be my last day at Shepherd Hill. This is why I related so much to Judge Kavanaugh, and why I was so passionate about his innocence – because I understand how conceivable it is for a group of people who don’t like you, and don’t want you to have a job, to baselessly label you as a sexual deviant in order to hurt your chances for employment. Buffalo Bruises no longer exists because James Kriger was successfully sued for libel, but the damage he caused with his blog was real, and was the low point of my life.