Yesterday in the comments of her blog, Donkey had to this to say about a fleeting member of the Free RBNS Facebook group who was contacted by a woman posing as “Jack McCain’s lawyer” at her place of employment and threatened. When asked why her boyfriend’s lawyer would do such a thing if he didn’t care about what was written about her online, she replied:
Um … He didn’t. I don’t even think Jack HAS a lawyer. That is a completely untrue story – and to repeat it is ridiculous and defamatory.
How strange that she would call the story “completely untrue,” seeing as she sent this to the Chicago woman in question after the woman contacted Donkey to warn her to that she, herself, would be seeking legal counsel thanks to being contacted at work by someone obviously working at her behest, or Donkey herself.
From: Julia Allison <email@example.com>
Sent: Fri, January 7, 2011 10:34:02 AM
Subject: Re: RBNS
Hi [REDACTED] – I think this is one of the strangest emails I’ve ever received, and that’s saying something. I have absolutely no idea who you are or what you look like, and I never – at no point – called or emailed you, let alone using my boyfriend’s name (that doesn’t even make any sense). Yesterday I was shooting a pilot for bravo the entire day.I do know that I have some slightly unhinged hacker fans that have been doing some strange stuff, but I have nothing to do with it.Sorry you had this experience. If you really do live close by, why don’t we get a coffee one day?Sent from my iPhone
So which is it? A completely untrue story, and to repeat it is ‘defamatory” (heehee)? Or likely the work of some of her “unhinged hacker fans?”
Another slip: she knows her “unhinged hacker fans” have been doing some strange stuff. How was she aware they were doing “strange stuff?” They must have told her, right? What did she know they were doing, and if so, why didn’t she tell them to stop? Very damning admission of an awareness that, at the very least, crazy loons on her behalf were harassing people.