Friday, February 13, 2015

FRAUD ALERT: Valerie Parkhurst reaches new low, exploiting the stranded family of a registrant with a bogus GoFundMe campaign

Valerie "Valigator" Parkhurst has tried some stupid things, but she has reached an all-time low.

There was a story in USA Today about a new family torn apart by the registry. The article states:

The father of month-old premature triplets who were staying in a hotel with his wife and toddler daughter with no money to get home was arrested Tuesday at a Houston motel for a sex offender violation.

Derrick Session was arrested following his appearance in a KHOU-TV report about the family's financial troubles...

Officials said Session, 36, recently failed to maintain his offender registry status in Texas, and a warrant was issued for his arrest. He was taken into custody after a detective recognized him in the news report.

As usual, Valerie Parkhurst slithered her way onto the  article comment board and began her usual bout of alcohol-induced trolling. But her brain must have been even more soused than usual because she came up with a crazy idea:

Yes, Valerie Parkhurst has created a fake "GoFundMe" campaign to collect money from Registered Citizens to help this stranded family. Are we really to believe a crazy, drunken broad from Davie, FL with a propensity to draw guns on people and who discusses murdering registered persons daily is going to drive all the way from Davie, FL to Houston, TX (a mere 1168.1 miles each way) and deliver $5000 to the family of a Registered Citizen? I sincerely hope no one is THAT stupid.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I hope he does not get charged and gets set free!