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Earlier today we published this blog about a woman at Leominster State Pool who confronted two people after she herself had illegally parked in a handicapped spot:
Her name is Lorraine Deyoung, which we jokingly said made her the second most ratchet Deyoung ever featured on Turtleboy after this winner:
Well, as it turns out she is not only related to Tony (she’s his aunt) she was on Dr. Phil with him. Ya see, she’s the aunt who took in Tony’s kids after he abandoned them for his rap career….
So this is definitely noble of her. Credit where credit is due. What this woman did for Tony Deyoung’s kids was a great thing and she should be commended for it.
However, it doesn’t mean she should be parking in handicapped spots though. I do want to point out that we never, ever made any sort of reference to her face, and it sucks that happened to her. That is low brow, low hanging fruit, and beneath Turtleboy’s journalistic standards. We would encourage other people to focus on the issue at hand instead of her physical appearance, but we realize that a free speech forum such as this cannot stop people from saying what they want to say on Facebook. All we can do on our end is control the content we publish.
Lorraine has made an appearance on our Facebook as well….
Just to be clear, when the OP tells her in the video that
“this lady thinks it’s OK to park in a handicapped spot,”she replies by saying, “
Because I always go to places and they are empty.”That would certainly seem like an admittance that she was in fact in the handicapped spot. She also doesn’t deny it throughout the entire video and tries to change the subject by telling the other woman she smells like alcohol.
But since Turtleboy is a fair and balanced blog we must share her version of events. She’s claiming she was just sitting in the spot with the car idled when she was confronted:
Which seems hard to believe. The people who sent us the video also sent a picture of her car license plate in that spot. We elected not to post it because Turtleboy is merciful and fair. We figured her admitting it in the video was enough proof. Additionally, are we to believe that they got there, saw her idling in the HC spot, immediately knew she was not handicapped, and got out and confronted her about it? Doesn’t add up.
She claims she’s traumatized from the blog and that she’s going to the police and small claims:
That’s when the deadbeat Dad whose children she is raising showed up to defend her honor….
“At least what I do is an act.”
Tony Deyoung finally admits that his entire persona is for show. Question – was abandoning your children for a rap career also an act Tony? Asking for a friend.
Then her son Nick began messaging us as well….
Oh great, another legal scholar. Honestly, if he just came at us politely and said, “She fucked up, she’s sorry, we’d really appreciate it if you took it down,” he might get somewhere. We’re softies like that. But when you start coming at us with deformation lawsuits and pretend like you understand what two party consent laws are, we stop taking you seriously. 1) We didn’t film her, so those laws don’t apply to us. 2) The publisher was actually Facebook, since Facebook has argued in court that they can take down and remove content because they are legally a publisher. 3) The video in the blog was published on Youtube, which makes them the publisher of this particular content (see #2). 4) The camera was not hidden and the woman clearly knew a camera was in her face.
Shockingly they are not fans of Tony Deyoung….
The bottom line is that it’s not cool to make fun of this woman’s face. We just wanna make it clear that we condemn that. We believe in freedom of speech, but we also think that you should use that freedom to direct your anger to actual wrongdoing instead of things that people cannot control. But we recognize that it’s a free country so you can do what you please and we won’t stop you because we can’t stop you. So yea, this lady did a good thing by taking in Tony Deyoung’s kids, but she did a bad thing by parking in a handicapped spot and then telling the parents of a child she doesn’t know that they should get a placard for their daughter. It’s possible for good people to do bad things sometimes.