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This is 21 year old year old Aaron Dibella of Peabody:
Aaron was an army veteran who died in September on a Boston Harbor booze cruise outside of Hull when he fell overboard after doing vertical pushups near the edge of the boat.
Friends on board the booze cruise have alleged that the crew did very little to try to save him, were too slow in responding, and prevented people from jumping in after him. A Navy veteran on a nearby island saw it all go down, and believes the company was responsible
It’s actually pretty messed up. Aaron was seen outside of the boat for 10 minutes and could swim, but since the water is colder at this time of year he could only be in there for so long. Witnesses say that the crew was slow to respond but did throw over life preservers that did not get to Aaron. Either way, commercial vessels should have to follow the same policy that Navy boats do when it comes to man overboard. There were tons of boats in the Boston Harbor nearby, all of which could’ve gotten to him in time to save Aaron had they known. I’m not a lawyer, and it’s clearly Aaron’s fault for acting dangerously on the boat, but it would seem there’s some level of negligence here. You’re feeding people unlimited booze in the water. You should have a policy in place where if someone goes overboard the ship immediately blares the horn multiple times to alert people nearby to help. They didn’t do that.
But that’s not what we’re here to discuss in this blog.
This is Shannon Brennan of Hudson, NH, and/or Wilmington, MA:
She’s an attention seeking sea skag who was on the boat that night and witnessed Aaron in the water. Her ratchet status has been confirmed via excessive use of the dog filter.
Shortly after the event she posted about it a lot on social media, pretending to care about Aaron.
She shared a link to candlelight vigil for Aaron as well…..
She also began sharing videos from the night on her social media accounts that one of Aaron’s good friends commented on. She then reached out to him on Facebook, claiming that she was in the coast guard, tried to help Aaron, was turned away, and had it all on tape:
She said she was doing this to help his family and friends get “justice”:
She sent him the videos
Here’s the alleged video of no one on the crew helping Aaron…
As you can see, it’s just a five second video of Aaron bobbing in the water. It doesn’t show any of the things she alleged.
She also sent him a bunch of other videos from the cruise, which prove nothing at all except that there was loud music and partying:
She claimed there were more videos, and insisted that she was trying to help them:
She told Aaron’s friend that the bartenders over-served him:
And then claimed she had a friend who worked for QNC Entertainment and did the promotion for the event, who would reach out to them and donate all the money they made to Aaron’s family:
She then sent a written account to them of what she says took place, which she said she would testify to in court:
I don’t doubt that his death was avoidable, but clearly this woman was trying to insert herself into this story, and acting like she was tried to save his life but was rebuked by the crew. If she was really with military friends who wanted to swim out and save him, they could’ve easily done so. Being told “you can’t do that” by the crew isn’t going to stop someone who is hell bent on saving someone else’s life.
She then suggested they hold the candlelight vigil closer to where he died, once again inserting herself into the tragedy.
Then she all of a sudden claimed to be a production manager for NESN, and offered Aaron’s friends and family free tickets to a game in which an announcement would be made honoring Aaron, along with a moment of silence. She claimed her boss gave it his approval as well:
He said that they could do September 25 vs. the Orioles, or September 28 vs. the Yankees. She told him that the Yankees game was the day they could do:
She offered them 20 box suite tickets:
Because her boss was such a “caring man”:
She also kept insisting that she had friends who wanted to give statements about the crew’s alleged negligence that night:
She said she would be at the candlelight vigil:
But never showed up. However, this isn’t really suspicious, because she lived far away and had never met Aaron. Plus, her IG has pics like this, which seemed to validate that she worked for NESN:
As game day on the 28th approached she kept telling them that they were all set, and although she would be working that night she would still try to stop by and see them:
She told him to have everyone there between 5-5:30, told them they would get to meet players before the game, and said they would on the field for the moment of silence, at which point they would be given a check:
She arranged to get Aaron’s friends the tickets and badges:
Then, in an attempt to show him that she was some sort of big shot, claimed that she had two horses in North Carolina that she had gotten out of there before the recent hurricane hit:
Around September 19 the excuses started to pour in whenever Aaron’s friend tried to meet:
Aaron’s friend offered to drive to meet her in Wilmington, but she said she was in Foxboro (because obviously she’s a NESN bigshot and was doing something with the Patriots):
The last time they ever heard from Shannon Brennan was on September 24, when she said she hadn’t returned their messages because of a pinched nerve:
Obviously this sea skag does not work for NESN. She just likes to make herself feel important by inserting herself into things that have nothing to do with her, and probably got off on all the praise Aaron’s friend was giving her for trying to help. In reality she was bartending at Buffalo Wild Wings in Virginia last year:
More recently she was working as what appears to be some sort of customer service rep in Woburn:
She does take pictures with horses:
But who knows if she actually owns any horses. My money’s on not, since this woman is a professional liar.
She’s a real baller too…..
Yea, that’s not bartender money. Looks a lot more like drug money. Just another example of her building herself up to be something she’s not on social media, because she’s obsessed with other people thinking she’s important. Plus, she saved Puerto Rico with her thoughts and prayers last year.
The family is obviously crushed by this. It was hard enough for them to lose a son, but for this soulless clam to then get their hopes up like this, knowing full well she would not deliver, is heartless. Aaron’s uncle was one of the people on the guest list, and flew out from Utah for the event. They had t-shirts made and everything.
Shannon also has a whole bunch of Google trophies, including violation of a protective order:
Criminal mischief and more assault
In other words, she’s a career criminal con-artist, who is obviously nutso, gets restraining orders put on her, and then violates them.
We reached out to Shannon for comment but have not heard back from her. She does seem to have a boyfriend:
Maybe he could give us some insight. Or any of her friends.
As far as Aaron’s family, we’d like to help them in any way possible. Not sure what we could do, but seeing as Aaron was a military veteran who served his country and died a terrible death, we would like to at least offer.