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Last week there was a really bad fire in North Brookfield.
And a woman who claimed that her sister and her niece “Skylar” are now homeless because of it, posted that she was looking for donations in a Millbury group, even though Millbury is nowhere near North Brookfield.
Except the news report says it was two boys who were displaced because of the fire and there was no mention of a little girl.
Oh right, the old “she was just moving in” fundraiser. Lots of people move all their stuff in before the lease is signed.
“I was going to donate but as far as reports went it was two boys.”
Seriously, if you’re gonna try to capitalize off of someone else’s home burning down, at least do the most basic amount of research to make sure you have the correct gender of the people you’re related to who lost everything.
Unfortunately for Kelley Anne the person she was conversing with wasn’t buying it.
Then the guy who owned the house showed up and straight up said that this vapid snatch rooster was making it all up.
And in the least surprising turn of events ever, she was featured on Turtleboy in October of 2016 for running another scam.
Her real name is Kelley Healy, and she’s from Spencer (shocking). She likely chose to hit up the Millbury group because she burned enough bridges in her neck of the woods, so if she wanted to capitalize off of a tragedy she’d have to find some new gullible lemmings in another part of the state
Her scam last time involved a “family of 5 in need of food.” Except 3 people in the family of 5 were somehow adults.
Oh, and she’s already on food stamps, but it wasn’t enough. Because it’s never enough.
We also found out that she was 19 at the time of the post,
….which would make it hard to have a 13 year old kid. Even if she grew up in Webster.
She also pawned off Alex and Ani bracelets.
And she had plenty of money for iPhones, and clearly hadn’t missed a meal in quite some time.
So no, it’s not exactly surprising to see her back at it again, trying to profit off of the misfortune of others. If you’re gonna run a scam like this, you should probably post in a Facebook group that’s at least 50 miles away from the place where you got caught by Turtleboy last time. Just sayin.