Saturday, October 12, 2019

Blind Items Revealed #3

October 3, 2019

The alliterate actress was seemingly unconcerned about her impending court case. She still thinks she hasn't done anything wrong and was telling others in her group that law enforcement should spend time on things that matter.

Lori Loughlin

18 comments:

herbert arnold said...

pretty cocky for an actual nobody.

J said...

Things that matter = locking you up in general population for a few decades.

Flashy Vic said...

Can't disagree. If only she paid them enough for a library or gym.

Gen-z99 said...

#whiteentitlement
#whiteprivilege
#richprivilege
#egooutoforder

J said...

#zipitracist

Unknown said...

Well, there was just a guy who paid $15G to get his son in, he got no jail time..

Thia said...

I saw that, @unknown. I'm curious if that would enable Felicity to get a reduced sentence. They did the exact same crime and he got less punishment. I have zero law experience, aside from traffic court.

Ann said...

Looking forward to her first prison strip search with full body cavity check. She's got a big dose of come uppance heading her way.

Sd Auntie said...

would have never guessed that LL was such a dummy.

molly said...

Homeless mom Tonya McDowell got 5 years in prison for enrolling her son in a school outside her district. Just Us system in Amerika.Bernie Sanders website.

Unknown said...

The Tonya McDowell case is not as cut and dried as people would have it seem.

For one, the convicted felon never bothered to mention she was homeless when her babysitter, whose address she used to falsify school enrollment papers, was getting evicted. She told the court she resided in another town. People do pay school tax dollars to help pay for the school being attended by residents *of that town*. People can't just send their kids to whatever school they want. *However*, IF the family IS homeless, a federal law says that the kid can continue to attend school where they began it.

https://abcnews.go.com/US/tanya-mcdowell-case-naacp-appoints-lawyer-connecticut-woman/story?id=13462495

Ann said...

Snopes also mentions- "However, McDowell's sentence was not just for the school-larceny incident but for drug and prostitution charges, as well; all charges were ultimately disposed of in a single plea agreement."

MargotBarnes said...

Definition of law enforcement is the department of people who enforce laws, investigate crimes, and make arrests : the police

Pretty sure the police are no longer involved. It's the judicial system that is on the case now. So the police are out doing things that matter and the judicial system is doing what they are supposed to do.

Em22 said...

Snopes is utter garbage. My family knows them personally... And yrs ago told us Yanks (lol, which is what they jokingly call us East coasters, as well as gullible, haha!) to look at Snopes as we would Weekly World News. Lol, actually, there's probably more truth in WWN. Haha!

Freebird said...

I hope she gets the max sentence. And hopefully that includes lots of jail time. And I hope nobody buys the dumb book she’s inevitably gonna write. 🙄

Aquagirl said...

She knows how to write?

Freebird said...

She doesn’t have to; she’ll use a ghostwriter. But, you know damn well if she goes to prison, she’s gonna wrote some shitty book about it that no one reads. 😂

JerkStore said...

My friend dated her. She had a problem with him because he didn't show emotion. After he forced himself to show emotions and she dumped him for getting mad. Strange bird

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