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Update on the Candy Dennis Revive Dance Xchange story – her family is now piling on, she’s selling her business, and the Patch is riding our coattails:
A Beverly dance studio owner who came under fire this month for setting up a GoFundMe page that solicited donations to help pay for medical treatments has lied in the past to family members about other illnesses, including a miscarriage, a stomach tumor and shingles, according to one of her family members. The family member, who agreed to speak on the condition that her name not be used for publication, suspects that Dennis may have been lying last year when she told clients and employees at Revive Dance Xchange in Beverly that she needed help paying for treatments for cerebellar degeneration that were not covered by her insurance carrier.
“Candy had a problem where others get attention — she has to get it too,” the family member said. “She got away with this for so long that her siblings don’t speak to her, so now she got her clients and friends to believe her.”
In an email to Patch Monday morning, Dennis declined to address the accusations of feigning illness that her family member alleged. But she did say she was in the process of selling, saying she has been unhappy for several years and has been wanting to move on from the business since her mother died in September. She said a series of articles on Turtle Boy Sports, which first raised questions about her fundraiser and her business, had left her family in “shambles.”
Oh snap!! She’s selling the business. That was quicker than usual. And just like that look what’s on the market….
“Honestly, this issue and deformation (sic) of my character has been taken too far,” Dennis said in her email. “All my family wants now is to move on from this horrible heartbreaking experience. Everything said in these past articles have (sic) been twisted and falsely accused. I would never do something like this to any other person as what is happening to our family.”
Can SOMEONE please, please tell this woman that it’s defamation, not DEFORMATION??!! It was funny the first time, but she’s done it 5-6 times now each time she attempts to defend herself. It’s just getting sad at this point.
Seriously, it’s remarkable that someone this illiterate was able to run a business for this long. These two sentences were amazing:
“Everything said in these past articles have been twisted and falsely accused. I would never do something like this to any other person as what is happening to our family.”
So….Turtleboy was twisted and falsely accused? Huh? And what exactly is happening to your family? Oh right, nothing. It’s just you. You’re the scam artist, and on the way out you’re hiding behind your kids and blaming Turtleboy for exposing you for being the con-artist that you are. The only way your family is affected from this moment forward is that the glamorous trips to New York and Disney are on hold. I’m sure your daughters by now think this is a regular part of life, but unfortunately they’re gonna have to learn what the rest of us learned at a young age – Mom and Dad aren’t rich.
FYI Dave Copeland at The Patch initially told parents that he had no interest in this story because it was all just rumors. He repeatedly refers to Turtleboy as a “gossip blog.” Yet this entire column, although very interesting, is 100% family gossip. Just more proof that the mainstream media, while pretending to be above us, really just wants to be us.
Anyway, selling her business is a no-brainer at this point. You’d be insane to give this woman a dime of your money. And if she suddenly started running her business as an actual legitimate business then she wouldn’t make enough money to keep her lifestyle going. Her best hope is to find someone who wants to buy and rebrand it while she waits for this all to pass by. Unfortunately for her the Internet is forever.