This is Greg Melanson from Thornton, NH.
He’s a “professional” photographer and “business” owner in his 30’s who owns both Melanson Photography, and his photography brand “Pyrat Lorde.” Mostly he’s just a creepy dude who takes pictures bizarre pictures of young, recently legal girls, brags about what a brilliant business owner and photographer he is, has had multiple “models” allege that they walked off projects with him due to his creepiness, and has been accused by several women of using “photography” as a way to try to score with 19 year olds with daddy issues.
Sometimes the “model’s” totally not creepy dads comment on his work too.
He also likes to be in the room with couples so he can “find a different sense of passion in the air” by watching two strangers do softcore scenes, which he finds “exhilarating.”
He claims to be a champion for female owned businesses.
But in reality he seems to just exploit dumb women who think they’re going somewhere in the modeling world. He also recently did a Facebook Live in which he answered the question that every normal photographer asks themselves – Have I ever tried to use my photography to get laid?
“I’ll even tell you who it is” certainly seems to indicate that the answer to that question is yes.
He also recently bragged on Facebook about how he wouldn’t be accepting commie cold money from the government, since he was so rich coming off his recent $17K year.
Killing the game!
The guy is apparently well known in upstate New Hampshire for being a douchebag.
He once said that the women he takes creepy pictures of should “get comfortable with the uncomfortable.”
Another local photographer commented on his post to voice her disapproval of his business tactics.
He responded as any normal business owner would – bought the trademark for the photography business she planned to open, harassed the woman’s mother to brag about it, and then organized a harassment campaign of the woman’s workplace and tagged the business owner in his post.
Then he started bragging about buying other local businesses and claimed to have a monopoly on trademarks.
And said he’d like to dropkick all you pussies in the face for not being as good at taking pictures as he is.
Perfectly normal way for a respected business owner to behave on social media.
Despite being a business genius Skeevy McForeskin was getting ripped apart in the comments on his page.
So at that point he decided to declare war on all of them and demanded that they prove he was a rapist, pedophile, or sex trafficker. Except you weren’t allowed to use text messages from women he fucked, or messages that could be confused with sex trafficking.
Perfectly normal things a legitimate small business owner would need to clarify.
He then vowed to identify his biggest enemy and pork his girlfriend before moving onto bigger and better things in Miami.
After that he did a Facebook Live broadcast explaining why he’s buying up trademarks, and ended up saying he wanted to punch the woman in the face whose mother he contacted, and whose employer he was harassing.
“Some people are lucky I don’t punch them in the face instead. I just take your business from you.”
This pretty much said it all.
“I hear the rumors, the models feeling uncomfortable.”
Gee, I wonder why anyone would ever feel uncomfortable around this guy?
Now he’s whining about someone making him a Grindr account, while bragging about how many big dick pics he’s received and chastising women for not hopping on some of those big dicks.
If there’s one guy who isn’t afraid of a big dick, it’s Greg Melanson. Takes one to know one.
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