Springfield Slugpump Starts $5K GoFundMe To Move Family After Husband Dumps Her, Moves Back In With Him Weeks Later, Starts New $20K GoFundMe For Fake Car Accident He Was In
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This is Gina Kristek from Chicopee:
And as you can see she lets people treat her nose like a game of horseshoes and her tittoo looks like something Turtleboy Jr. drew in CCD.
A couple months ago she started this GoFundMe for her and her kids after she broke up with her husband, and for some reason SHE was the one who left the house:
This is her husband Steve Kristek:
Obviously someone you’d wanna procreate with.
She wasn’t happy about the breakup and posted about her broken heart a lot:
And while she was raising $5,000 for a new place to live, he was looking for a roommate in their Springfield house:
After sharing the GFM a million times on Facebook she ended up raising $1,365.
This was a month ago.
Gina never got her own place. Instead she moved in with Mom. Then she ended up getting back with her husband. She must’ve forgotten to update the GoFundMe and return all the money to the morons who were throwing pity cash at her though.
Well, in the least shocking turn of events ever, Gina’s got another GoFundMe up again. Once again she’s using her kids so people will be more likely to donate, and this time it’s for $20,000.
So her husband was in a motor vehicle accident last week, and now they need $20,000? Yup, that sounds legit. The same husband who dumped her and forced her out of their home, prompting her to raise $1365 she didn’t need because she ended up moving back in with him anyway. Yet morons have still donate another $455 to this scam. The lesson here is simple – children sell. If you want to make money, start a GoFundMe and put your kids on it. It doesn’t matter what comes next – morons will give you money.
Let’s start with the fact that there very likely was no car accident. She doesn’t say where it took place. We’ve looked everywhere in Western MA for news of this “accident” which sounds pretty serious, and we can’t find anything.
Then let’s talk about how he “HAS NO HEALTH INSURANCE.” Yet he lives in Massachusetts, where everyone has taxpayer funded health insurance if they can’t afford it. He also allegedly was on his way home from work when he got into this accident. An employer that likely has set up a healthcare provider for him. He’s also got four children, which would mean they’re also uninsured if he is. Sure thing bud.
Oh, and here’s the best part – it didn’t rain on August 18, the day of the alleged hydroplaning accident:
Then there’s this:
“Just received the news that Steve’s car is totaled. the value of the car is useless to us because it has to be used to pay the car off.”
I’ve read that several times and am no closer to understanding whatever the hell she’s talking about. It has to be used to pay the car off? Wait…..what? If he has car insurance then you take the check from the insurance company for the value of the car and you put it towards a new car. Pretty simple.
I really hate losers who have zero shame begging for money with GoFundMe’s. It’s such a terrible look. No one should ever run their own GoFundMe. If you can’t find someone to start one for you, then don’t have one. What’s even worse is when you not only are making up lies to raise cash for yourself because you’re too much of an irresponsible deadbeat to pay your own bills, but you also exploit your kids because you know that they’ll bring in the cash.
How long until she takes this one down?
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