A lot of people have a crazy ex that does crazy ex things. But most people don’t get to experience the wrath of of an ex’s crazy mother like this one from Plainfield, CT:
How do we know it was her daughter’s ex-boyfriend and his new girlfriend? Her daughter volunteered that info in the comments:
So let me get this straight. You dated this guy 6 years ago when you were 16 and he was 25. And this somehow makes it OK that your psychosnatch mom put tracking device on not only his car, but his new girlfriend’s car too? For the sake of argument, let’s just say this guy is really obsessed with psychosnatch mom’s daughter. Why not just put a tracking device on his car? Why does your mom care about the new girlfriend if he’s moved on with his life? And since you obviously knew about this and were feeding your mother stories about her, why didn’t you attempt to put a stop to it? It’s almost as if you’re just as crazy as ma dukes.
She kept firing away though, presenting herself as the victim here.
Here’s an idea – if your ex-boyfriend is harassing you, then go down to the courthouse with three examples of unwelcome communications from him, and apply for a harassment order. It’s really not that hard.
Did you call the cops? Do you suddenly feel like a victim because he’s dating someone his own age? Don’t get me wrong, if you’re 25 years old and you’re drilling a 16 year old you’re a loser and shady as hell. But let’s not act like anyone not named Zack Morris was up in arms when this happened:
Jeff was like 30, and Kelly, as scissorific as she was, was a fictional 16 year old girl.
The victim here isn’t the 23 year old woman who dated a 25 year old back when Macklemore was a thing. The victims are the grown adults who had their cars tracked by this CIA wannabe whose hair hasn’t evolved since 1988. This is just victim blaming.
Nevertheless she kept milking the story and presenting herself as the victim.
Only an attention seeking sorostitute would throw “literally” in front of thank you.
There’s just no need for it.
But her strategy was effective because psychosnatch mom was getting tons of sympathy in the comments:
It’s like the junkie vigilante from last week all over again. Just tell people that the victim was a bad person, everyone blindly believes you because you wrote it on the Interwebs, and you turn the criminal into a hero.
Oh, and the police were wrong too.
Of course Miss Alpha Creampie Omega was feeding into it.
“So yes, I am young.”
Oh fuck right off. It’s almost as if she knew about the tracking devices too and was telling her psychosnatch mother stories about him because she knew Mom would do something to get arrested instead of her.
This was interesting too:
Especially since psychosnatch mom posted this in January on Facebook:
In other words, psychosnatch Mom “tutored” and acted as a de facto parent for the grown man who was allegedly banging her 16 year old daughter, despite the fact that her daughter claims he was stalking her. Sounds like they were really distraught over what he did to her.
Here’s my educated theory about what happened:
- Daughter pulls a Kelly Kapowski
- Daughter goes to UConn and gets a taste of frat boy clam hammer
- Daughter breaks up with guy now approaching 30 and begins career as amateur Instagram model
- Guy desperately tries to hang onto nice piece of sweet potato pie so he can at least hit it on Columbus Day Weekend
- Sorostitute daughter secretly enjoys the attention he’s giving her, and when he finally moves on with his life and gets a new girlfriend she feeds stories to psychosnatch mom who puts tracking devices on both of their cars under the guise of protecting her daughter
But that’s just my theory.
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