It’s Time for the Turtlehammer of Justice!
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You all know that we here at Turtleboy Sports are the Internet justice for small businesses everywhere. We especially hate it when people rob them. We lose our minds when skankwads steal from a small business that spend countless days a month brightening the lives of sick children through charity work.
So, when we got a message, with proof, that Kristy Wininger, a forehead beast, from Meridan Connecticut abused the kindness of Erica Altieri, owner of CT Princess Parties, we were cool to intervene. Look at this skeeze:
Here starts the runaround:
Yeah, she’s got enough time to play superhero but not enough time to drop the $500 worth of dresses off to their owner.
Now, Erica started the business from the ground up, buying all the expensive costumes, accessories, and built her own clientele. She wanted to give back to the community because she’s a total sweetheart. She donates a couple days a month visiting sick kids in the hospital to brighten their day a little and improve morale. The biggest request she has is Elsa and Anna from Frozen because it’s a still a huge movie.
Look at Erica! She’s adorable. Do you have any idea what it takes to entertain kids on their birthday? Patience. It takes a special person to do what she does and not fall in to a bottle of wine, or in my case, bourbon. It takes an extra special person to spend your days off cheering up sick kids who are stuck going through treatment instead of being normal kids.
Well, it’s been about a year since Kristy, the Skankwad, borrowed the costumes now and has spent most of that year giving Erica the runaround. She started flat-out ignoring Erica about a month ago.
Erica made a plea on Facebook as a final resort before going through the exhaustive small claims court process. Kristy untagged herself from the post. A Turtlerider saw it and messaged us.
Kristy seems to have a ton of kids that she doesn’t have custody of, works at a cash register, and spends her ample freetime making half-assed costumes to attend comic cons with. She doesn’t work to better herself. She spends all her time for Facebook pictures.
That’s a pretty tight community and this is probably going to come as no surprise to the nerds of New England that Kristy stole Erica’s costumes. Kristy has all this time, according to her Facebook page, and yet she couldn’t find five minutes to give the costumes back.
Seems she is at the epicenter of drama constantly:
So, what I want everyone to do is share this little blog all over the comic con circuit, and in Kristy’s neck of the woods, until she either gives the costumes back or coughs up the $500 she stole.
If you’ve had a run in with Kristy let us know by messaging us on Facebook. I’m sure this isn’t the first time she’s been a sneaky skank.