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Updated editor’s note: The kid at the center of this blog had this alleged, made up incident happen to him at Athol Middle School, not Maher Regional High School.
Back in March we wrote this blog about an Athol woman who tried to proft off of the tragic deaths of two little girls in a fire in neighboring Orange:
Her name is Misty Iorio, and she sold cheap handmade shit, claimed it was going to a charity which she hadn’t decided on, and ended up keeping all the profits:
She actually created this Facebook page called, “Crocogirl,” which is dedicated to exposing Turtleboy. It’s where she posted her short-lived blog, in which she interviews herself and denies stealing any money. A bold strategy, indeed.
Well, she’s made herself a public figure again after making accusations on Facebook that her child was jumped by several kids in the bathroom at school:
Gotta love these stories. They don’t even try to make it sound realistic. Of course her perfect son comes along and saves an autistic kid who is being beat up for no reason by six other kids in the bathroom. And for that he takes a beating. This makes him a hero because he stood up for an autistic kid and was willing to get bloodied because he’s just that noble. Stuff like that doesn’t just happen in bad Lifetime movies. It’s totally real.
She also mentions a few times that it was recorded and posted on the web. Yet she doesn’t post this video ANYWHERE!! The most important aspect of the entire story. One that would show the world just how brave her kid is. Not there. But it’s totally real though.
What pisses me off the most is the fact that this illiterate Sweaty Betty’s reject has the nerve to blame teachers for not helping her son. Even if this story were real, guess where the teachers were? Probably in their classrooms teaching. Ya know, because that’s why we pay them.
Oh, and her son didn’t tell the principal because he was “so ashamed.” A kid who just did such a brave and heroic deed, was “ashamed” of his heroism. YYYYYEEEAAAAAAAA!!!!!!! How dumb do you have to be to believe this chick? Sadly, many, many morons out there are buying into it:
Oh good. She’s gonna pester Ralph Maher Regional High School relentlessly with nonsensical emails.
Just what they wanna deal with. She’s also adamant that everyone call Fox 25 News:
Sorry Misti, but the only media outlet who thinks this story is worth looking into is Turtleboy Sports. And that’s bad news for you.
Her friends and supporters were wicked classy too:
Kara Sheldrick, another Atholite who has clearly mastered the English language, was happy to see Misti’s son save the poor autistic kid, because just like Misti, “no one fucks with her kids.” These are the important values that good parents stress while raising families. Reading? Playing instruments? Sports? Volunteerism? Helping out in the community? That stuff is overrated. What’s really important is whether or not your kid has ever throat punched someone on the playground who was picking on them. Kind of surprising, because from the looks of her Kara Sheldrick looks like she devours Dostoyevsky for fun:
The kid, who more than likely got into a fight, got his ass beat, and had to explain to Mom why he was bleeding, wasn’t missing out on his chance to embellish either:
He’s even got the “no bullying” Facebook profile picture. Amazing. This kid must love having the stupidest mother on the Internet.
According to other people, the kid is lying:
But wait, it gets better. Her husband Jason Iorio, who is helping her set Maher Regional High School’s ass on fire, claims to be a 15 year army veteran. Others are accusing him of stolen valor:
On his Facebook page he has thousands of pictures. Not one of them is an image of him serving in the armed forces. Weird, because he’s saying that he served for 15 years, and he looks like he’s in his 30’s. There are plenty of Athol white trash memories though:
Maybe he gave up his career in the army to pursue a career as the American Idol?
Maybe not. I can’t unhear that though.
Oh, and Misti is one of those parents who has had her kids taken away by DCF before, but naturally it was not her fault:
Gotta love when these Turtleboy legends reappear. We’ve written about so many of them that you begin to lose track.
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