Of all the things that never happened, this kidnapping in Lynn never happened the most.
Why is it always a black rape van? How come it’s never a silver Honda Civic? Everyone knows the shittiest people on earth own silver Honda Civics.
But just to review what happened here:
- She went to the store
- A guy in either a van or a SUV (she’s not sure which) tried to throw her in the back of his vehicle
- He hit her in the head with a blunt object, causing the whole thing to be a blur, but she still was able to fight back against him and run off at which point he gave up on the kidnapping
Is there a police report to go along with this Lifetime script?
Nah. Fuck that. She didn’t have time to call the cops or go to the hospital because she had to get home and take pictures to post on Facebook. Pictures where the blood looks fresh, and is for some reason coming out of her nose even though she said she was hit in the head.
I mean, just look at the horror of it all.
Thots and shares.
And just to show you how horrifically stupid mankind is, this obviously fabricated post has gotten over 1,600 shares and counting.
Of course literally zero people on her friends list even questioned her story.
And we have people out here saying it’s OK even if she is lying because this stuff happens in real life so it’s good that she’s drawing awareness to the epidemic of rape van kidnappings in Lynn.
Or, maybe, just maybe, this is yet another desperate plea for attention. I personally don’t trust goth chicks with purple hair.
But that’s just me.
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