Friday, October 24, 2008

America's Best: Ashley Todd

This piece of hot mess made news this week for foolishness.

First, Ashley Todd calmed she was mugged and beaten near an ATM last night by "a dark-skinned black man, 6 feet 4 inches tall, 200 pounds with a medium build, short black hair and brown eyes." He robbed her because she had a McCain bumper sticker (how dare that Black man)
She said he took $60 from her.

So then all of the classic hate the black man marches started, was revealed to be a hoax, lie, attention grabber!

Todd initially told police that she was robbed at an ATM in Bloomfield and that the suspect began beating her after seeing her GOP sticker on her car. Police investigating the alleged attack, however, began to notice some inconsistencies in her story and administered a polygraph test.

Investigators asked Todd to return to the police station today for more questioning and to help them release a composite sketch of the suspect. When she did, police say she admitted that she made the whole thing up and that it snowballed out of control.

"She indicated that she has prior mental problems and that she does not remember how the backward letter B got on her face," Pittsburgh Police Spokeswoman Diane Richard told reporters today.

Todd told police that while she did not remember how the backward "B" got on her face, she may have done it herself since she was the only one in the car.
According to police, Todd said she thought of Barack Obama when she saw the "B" in her rearview mirror.

So mental issues and Obama hatin' leads into racial malarkey.


1 comment:

Butch said...

Mental problems are the least of her worries. Any one with a two digit IQ would know that she used a mirror to put the "B" on her cheek. I wonder if she socked herself in the eye or did some one else. Not enough drama in her life, she needs to create a racial one where bigots sit around just waiting for a "white girl" to be "molested" by a big, scarry black man. I can't believe people still fall for this crap. I hope she gets the attention she deserves and that it comes with a sentence.

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