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Re: “The Price of Intimacy

So, he works as a paralegal at a law firm, yet he openly admits in this article to breaking the law on numerous occasions and from his Facebook page he also appears to have a history of using the court system as a means of punishing females that refuse to pay him or his work the attention he believes it deserves by threatening and commencing frivolous actions against them, imagining and inventing various wrongdoings they have committed against him or insults or injuries he states he has suffered as a means of justifying his actions? Even his friends that he allows to comment on his Facebook page question the accuracy and legitimacy of some of the things he posts, urging him to stop and show some restraint, only to have their comments removed, their accounts blocked and a very angry and critical reply posted by him in response, revealing an extremely angry and unstable personality which along with all his other actions has lead people all over the Internet, wherever this guy pops up to question what this guy will do next. My question being, the law firm he works for is ok with all of this? My feeling is that they must not be aware of any of this behavior, or indeed the unstable nature of the employee they have working for them which they could gleam from a quick read of his Facebook page. He appears to be determined to continue to harass female celebrities and their families, Taylor Swift being the current unfortunate victim and Arianna Grande appearing to be the next. I suspect it will only be a matter of time before one of these celebrities or for that matter, any other female he takes an unhealthy interest in, takes some counter legal action against him for his continued harassment, which to be fair must be terrifying to be on the receiving end of. At that point in time I suspect the law firm he works for will want to do disassociate from him as quickly as possible as that will be very bad publicity for them. It actually seems unfair not to give them a heads up on everything that their employee is currently engaged in, he states on his Facebook page that he works for a law firm based in Utah that specialises in patent protection but doesn't give a name for this law firm, I suspect the reason for this is that he knows full well that his employers will not condone or approve of his activities, particular in relation to his misuse of the courts and legal system.

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Posted by Confusedandconcerned on 12/30/2016 at 3:23 AM

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