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Here’s your GoFundMe scam of the day….
So just to review what happened here in this Norwood apartment where a single mother lives with her five homeschooled children:
- Her house was broken into and ransacked
- The door was chain locked from the inside (so I guess the burglars left through the windows)
- They stole a cat and her litter of kittens
- She had no renter’s insurance and is stuck with the loss
- “electronics” for school, which really narrows it down
- Also stolen were “items that enabled this mom to make money to survive,” which is very specific
- She’s so scared in quiet little Norton that they need money to get a new apartment
Oh yea, I’m sure that’s what happened. First of all, how does a door get chain locked from the inside if no one is in the house? Secondly, how’d she get in? Break the chain down? Riddle me that one.
Thirdly, this is not what a ransacked house looks like:
This is what a hoarder’s house looks like. Notice the boxes still have stuff in them. Why would someone who just ransacked a house keep items still in the boxes?
Oh yea, there’s also a cat in that picture, which is weird because I was told that the cat and her litter of kittens were stolen.
Here’s another question – why would thieves target a broke single mother of five?
And if she’s “struggling pretty bad” then why was there also “so much valuable stuff” in the house in the first place?
And why is a broke single mother of five looking to rent a house down the Cape?
Hmmmm…..I wish I could afford to take my gaggle of five children, who I’m supporting on some sort of stay at home income, and rent a 4 bedroom house in Hyannis for a week. Yea, this adds up for sure.
This is Pamela Giarraputo:
This is her Facebook bio:
Yup, she’s an “artist/herbalist/placenta encapsulator” with a nose ring. That’s normal. Everyone knows that single mom placenta encapsulators command high enough salaries that they can raise five children on their own.
Here’s what she posted on the alleged day of the robbery..
Oh, she’s an Etsy salesman. So she makes shit no one wants in her house and sells it on the Internet.
She’s already got a suspect though….
Ahh yes, the ol’ druggie neighbors. Always a good fall guy to have around.
They also took her “safe box” which had money they were going to use to move:
Because apparently placenta encapsulators don’t believe in opening bank accounts. We’ll just kind of have to take her word for it that the Etsy business was taking off, and she had a safe full of cash that no one knew about except for her and the thieves.
Also, VERY convenient that she was planning on moving, got robbed, lost all her money, and then someone else in the home-schooling free earth community started a GoFundMe for her.
But wait, it gets better……
Yup, the thieves were making multiple trips. Because all those kittens took up a lot of space. Naturally they kept the remaining booty on the back porch, so just in case she came home in between trips she might not find it.
Then she started blaming the Norton Police for not fingerprinting the place:
So we called up the Norton PD today to confirm an incident at her house on March 31. It checked out, so she did indeed call the cops. But if they didn’t fingerprint it means one thing – they don’t believe her story either.
But her ploy worked, because without even mentioning the word GoFundMe, people picked up the passive aggressive subtle hints:
Cha-ching!! Home school Moms unite!!
Now this is nothing against home school Moms or people who were home schooled themselves. I get why people would home school. I’ve met many normal people who were home schools. But let’s be real for a minute – there’s a lot of noobz who home school. It’s often the same crew….
- only eat home made garbage that mom read about on the Internet
- free range children who learn on their own
Ya know, stuff like that.
And of course Pam fit the bill. She collaborates with other home school Moms to make sure the alternative milk she forces her kids to slobber down doesn’t contain any fluoride from the municipal water source the cows drink out of:
Yea, anyone who has the time and resources to spend all day making sure the cows that provided the $8 soy milk they had to travel 45 minutes to get didn’t come from a cow that drank fluoride water is a wacko home school mom who can’t be trusted.
Oh, and she makes her own toothpaste, because you can’t trust that store brand stuff:
That’s normal. I’m not saying she refuses to vaccinate her kids, but what would the Vegas odds be right now that she didn’t vaccinate her kids?
And remember, according to the GoFundMe, some of the stolen stuff were “items that enabled this mom to make money to survive.” Apparently what they meant by that was, “big bags of chai immuniTEA that no one bought on Etsy”:
She also sells herbal crap for menopausal women
No wonder she can afford a house on Cape Cod.
Oh, and in the least surprising turn of events ever she still breast feeds her three year old….
Because once you pop, you can’t stop!!
And here’s a twist to the home schooling aspect of the story…..
Yup, she’s deaf. A deaf single mother of five who runs a business and home schools her kids. That’s a smooth ride for sure.
Oh, and there was a dog in the apartment which for some reason the thieves elected not to steal:
So it looks like it was Cruella Deville’s evil junkie sister who only likes fur coats made of cats.
Of course you’d never be able to afford this lifestyle without a buttload of help from Uncle Sam. If she’s really deaf that’s obviously one check right there. Then there’s the five kids with no Daddy factor. More checks. Who knows what her children are like after a lifetime of breast feeding, herbal diarrhea, and living in a hoarder’s den. That’s more checks.
But then again, I’m just guessing. All I know is a single mother of five hawking menopausal dandelions cannot survive without a little help from my friends.
We messaged fellow home school mom Jennifer Monsini, who started the GFM in the first place, to share some of our concerns. She responded by blocking us.
So then we messaged Pamela ourselves, and she knew we were onto her….
A safe place? You live in Norton. The worst thing you have to worry about is the Attleboro Scissorsaurus.
When we pressed her about how burglars could rob a house and then chain lock it from the inside she got pretty defensive, but in a hippy home school mom kind of way….
Wait….what? So they broke in the backdoor, and then chainlocked the front door in case she came home mid robbery? Oh yea, this all seems legit for sure. Where can I donate?
Finally she came at us with the law….
Yes, please get a harassment protection order because we messaged you on Facebook. Or you could just, I dunno, block us? Either way, this woman has made it clear that she is not to be questioned.
Right after our conversation ended we noticed this picture was taken down from the GoFundMe:
Northing shady about that!!
All I know is, the whole thing doesn’t pass the smell test. She wanted to move out of this place. It’s clearly a disaster zone. But she likely doesn’t have much money and all of a sudden six cats fell in her lap. What a coincidence that this would happen, some unnamed valuable property disappeared with the cats, and the next thing you know she’s made a couple grand from the GoFundMe.
So is she lying about the break in? Vote in our poll:
The bottom line is that it’s incumbent upon you when you have a GoFundMe to erase all doubts. Especially when your story has bigger holes in it then your understanding of modern science.