This is Gellissa Objio from Stoughton.
She has fired out several poon polyps who unfortunately know her as “Mom,” but she recently turned her life around by sitting her ass at home.
See? She helped!!
Except there’s just one problem – she didn’t follow her own advice.
OMG, she could’ve killed someone!! Where is her mask???!!!
Yes, that’s right – this was her 4th DUI, and her second time getting arrested for driving with a suspended license. Because shockingly ghetto dumpsters like this aren’t really fazed by not having a license. If the key fits in the ignition then they’re driving it. Period.
Of course she was shitfaced at 6 PM on a Saturday, ran over a pedestrian, dragged him and attempted to keep driving. What do you think Henny raptors like this do when judges keep giving them chances? Turn their lives around?
And in case you think she wouldn’t do this again in a heartbeat, here she is doing her field sobriety test:
Luckily for her this is Suffolk County and Rachael Rollins so she’ll be out of jail before you can say Food Stamp Friday. Same time next week.
Make no doubt about it either – she would’ve driven away if she could. It’s just that her truck literally had nowhere else to go.
Just yet another reason why everyone who has changed their profile picture to a condescending “Look at me, I’m saving lives and you’re a fucking asshole” filter, is a selfish asshole.
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