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Update – this is not Part 5. This is a corollary to the Revive Dance Xchange series because it had to be blogged about before we continued.
Candy Dennis ran to The Patch either last night or this morning to proclaim her innocence and announce deformation lawsuits against Turtleboy:
The owner of a Beverly dance studio fired back at the gossip blog that claims she went on lavish trips and shopping sprees after posting a GoFundMe page to solicit help to pay medical bills. Candy Dennis, owner of Revive Dance Xchange, said in an email to Patch that she is being targeted in a smear campaign by the Website Turtle Boy Sports and suggested she is considering legal action against the site.
“This guy is known to cause great harm and already has done so. He is a slander blogger,” Dennis said. “I have [a] lawyer and can prove everything he is stating is false….they are ruining lives, children’s lives at that.”
Ruining lives? Hunny, the only person so far that has been affected by this is you. As we stated, we would love to hear your side of the story. We just sent you another email. Feel free to get back to us since you have no problem reaching out to The Patch. Children’s lives are not being ruined, just your reputation. And it was 100% your doing.
Turtleboy is not a “slander blogger.” First of all, that’s an oxymoron. Blogs are written, and can be libelous but not slanderous, since slander is spoken defamation. Secondly, in order to libelous you have to print something you know is untrue. Please let us know what we printed that was wrong. If you can show us we made a mistake we will gladly correct it. But mostly it’s a bunch of screenshots of emails you sent and pictures from your Facebook page of your fancy dinners, trips across the country, and expensive tickets to shows, while simultaneously asking people to donate to your extremely shady GoFundMe.
Dennis believes Turtle Boy Sports was contacted by a handful of parents who she had asked to leave the program this spring after repeated incidents of bad behavior by their children. On Tuesday, Turtle Boy Sports published the fourth installment in what it says will be a five-part series on Dennis and her business. While the author of the un-bylined blog posts claims to have interviewed “dozens” of people over the course of several weeks, the story is primarily based on negative reviews of Revive Dance Xchange left on Websites like Yelp and the fact that Dennis posted pictures of shopping trips and vacations after requesting for the financial support.
Dennis believes that same contingent of parents who were kicked out of the dance school is responsible for the negative online reviews cited by Turtle Boy Sports.
As you will see in the final blog, it was actually Candy Dennis who gave us the name of a parent to reach out to to defend her. But that parent ended up doing the exact opposite of what she hoped he would do.
But seriously, the nerve of this woman attacking other people’s children like this. These are former customers who saw the light and left after realizing how shady this operation was. These are little kids who did nothing wrong, and now she’s so pathetic and desperate that she is claiming that she kicked them out for bad behavior. Little kids. This is not going over too well in the comments….
For the record, Candy Dennis is making this up. None of the parents we spoke to were kicked out of RDX. Here’s an email exchange with Candy Dennis from one of the parents after Candy found out the parent withdrew her child:
“I was informed of her departure.”
Yea, sure sounds like she kicked them out.
Hey Candy, if you’re telling The Patch blatant lies like this in order to maliciously affect our reputation, THAT is what actual libel looks like. Don’t worry though, we’re probably not gonna bother suing your broke ass. After all, you can’t even afford to pay for your brain disease medication, so what would we stand to gain from that?
This was rich:
“My lawyer has advised me to keep silent but it is so hard when someone like this is hurting my family and I,” Dennis said.
Brilliant. “My lawyer told me to shut my trap, so naturally I posted about my innocence on Facebook and emailed some more easily disprovable lies to The Patch.”
Dennis told Patch that money was used to purchase supplements that her doctor had recommended. “I am blessed [that people donated to give] us a jump start on her health care,” she said.
The most inflammatory portions of the Turtle Boy Sports posts were screenshots taken from Dennis’s social media accounts showing photos of everything from a family trip to Florida to presents under her family’s Christmas tree. In online comments left on a story Patch published Monday, Dennis said a trip to Florida was paid for by her father to visit family after her mother died. A trip to New York City was business-related, Dennis said. “I am a good and honest person,” she wrote.
Elaborating further in an email to Patch, Dennis said the trips were paid for by her father or mother-in-law, and that her family has a timeshare that made the trips cheaper than they appear when taken out of context on social media. She saw an uptick in business at the dance studio beginning in January, which she founded in 2011, according to state business records and splurged on her two children.
Wait….did I read that right? She saw an uptick in business in January, which was why she could afford to start taking this trips everywhere? If things were going so well in January then why was she still sharing the GFM?
For someone who lies a lot she’s not very good at it.
And these are “cheap” trips because they own a timeshare? We haven’t even looked into that, but does the timeshare pay for a family of four to fly out of Logan? Does it pay for steak dinners? Entry into Sea World? Dancing with the Dolphins? Magic Kingdom? If so I might have to buy a timeshare.
“Yes, I was able to treat my children to some fun days out but that should not be a crime,” she told Patch. “I work over 70 hours a week at my business and I am good to people….I have been nothing but good to the Beverly community and it’s a shame I am being mistreated and hurt again and again from this blogger. He has many allegations against him for doing this to other good people.”
Actually, no we don’t. There isn’t a single credible allegation of us doing anything bad to any “good people.” We don’t expose good people because they’re not doing anything wrong. We only expose con-artists, criminals, social justice warriors, and online food stamp salesmen. You’re also not “good to people” if you’re lying to them about having a disease in order to help finance your family vacations.
And of course she called it deformation…..again….
“His facts are false and he twists stories to harm and cause deformation [sic] of character to businesses and people,” Dennis said.
She had 24 hours not to make that same hilarious mistake. But she just couldn’t resist making herself an even bigger laughing stock.
Hey Ben, come get your wife away from the computer. Grow a sack, be the man of the house, and tell your wife to stop embarrassing your family. Part 5 coming next….