As a new day dawns, I am still a bit stunned by what went down yesterday.
1. Donkey tipped us via our automated form that she is dating an Internet celebrity who’s not really into her. She did so by pretending to be someone from Guest of a Guest.
2. We suspected immediately she was the tipster, and I posted our suspicions.
3. She then woke up, read the site, and must have been taken aback that we were immediately onto her. She also decided she didn’t like the way we’d presented the information she’d sent us. Assuming that her “tip” via the automated form had masked her IP address, she then emailed under her own name to “set the record straight.”
Think about that. She tipped off her “online bullies” about her dating life — the very people she cajoled her father into threatening with legal action not too long ago. When the tip wasn’t presented the way she wanted it, she emailed the “online bullies” — again, the very ones she cajoled her father into threatening with legal action — because they failed to advance her agenda.
In a long exchange with us, she screwed over Lasagna and told a litany of lies while proclaiming her innocence. Except IP addresses don’t lie. I wonder how — or if — she’s going to explain that one. Someone hacked into her home? Flusher Price is the culprit?
I hope the Bravo producers are finding it interesting.