In the RBD inbox this morning was an email from Saharima Roenisch. Remember her? The nutty Brit who channels through her iPad and could have been an extra in the SNL skit “Goth Talk”? The creature who posted 10 million images of herself to the web and has 15 YouTube channels, one under the moniker Christ Goddess? The performance artist(?) who dated the greasy gargoyle? Yeah, that Saharima.
Anywoo, in a missive that includes the subject header “I AM YOUR VICTIM,” Saharima claims that she can no longer do an internet search of herself because we wrote about her in 2014. She also claims that she can no longer use Facebook because of the way we “tore down her personality and words.” She asks that we remove the post we wrote about her because she only dated Smellsberg for 2 1/2 months and “only met Julia at a party and barely got to know her.”
I’m not sure what game we’re playing here, Saharima, but you plastered the internet with selfies and videos. And you’re a “victim” because people responded negatively to the wailing Christ Goddess as they attempted to make their way back to planet earth? Your sense of persecution gives you a commonality with Julia Allison. And what a bunch of B.S. about not being able to do an internet search or have a FB account! Surely you’re aware that FB accounts can be entirely private? You seem to be trying to scrub much of your carbon footprint – ask Julia for advice here – yet all of your YouTube videos are (once again?) available for public consumption. All very strange.
Lesson for the day: You can’t control public discourse.
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