Sunday, April 10, 2022

Is The Internet Making People Crazy?

It sure seems like it, take the case of  the
Courtney Clenney
OnlyFans star who 'stabbed her boyfriend to death then posted racey pics on social media'

Courtney Clenney, 25, known on her social media platforms as Courtney Tailor, was detained and later taken to a mental institution.

Police say she killed 27-year-old Christian Obumseli after an altercation in an apartment complex in Miami, Florida. He was due to turn 28 next week, people close to him said.

"We know that there was a physical altercation between them before he was stabbed," a Miami PD spokesperson said.

Cops found her boyfriend stabbed once in the shoulder at a luxury apartment that Clenney herself summoned them to, reports said.


He was rushed to hospital but he succumbed to his injuries.

Friends of the couple said they were shocked by the death, but added that Clenney had been violent towards Obumseli in the past.

“We’ve seen her hit him," Ashley Vaughn said. "I’ve never seen him hit her."
. . .
Police said that the threat led to an evaluation, causing her to be "Baker Acted," wherein a person can be committed to a mental health institution for 72 hours when such threats are made.

Although she was detained on April 3, OnlyFans content was somehow still posted on Clenney's account the day after.

Clenney does not face any charges for Obumseli’s death as things stand.

So, only OnlyFans has autopost? I would have suspected so anyway. 

Alice Irving
Then there's the case of the the Former cult leader, 24, tells how followers worshipped her seven deadly sins 'sermons'

An OnlyFans star was once the leader of a cult with thousands of men paying huge sums of money just to hear her speak.

Alice Irving, 24, formed the cult around the seven deadly sins - pride, greed, lust, envy, gluttony, wrath and sloth - with members all joining with at least one plaguing their life.

"A cult is seen really negatively, but it's just a group of people worshipping an idea, a leader, they all believe in the same ideology or idea or person," she told the Daily Star.

The Canadian-born model only had one rule - 

absolutely no meeting in person.

Instead the blokes would pay Alice for the pleasure of joining virtual chat rooms or "clubs", each relating to one of the seven sins.

"There were different levels", she explained.

"People would donate every month and it would start at $10 (£7.6), then $100 (£76), $1,000 (£760), $10,000 (£7,600) and $100,000 (£76,000) per month."


Each level would give the sinners varying amounts of access to Alice's wisdom, starting with access to her social media pages and including video messages or one hour FaceTime calls.

She, on the other hand, does not sound crazy at all. But the men who paid her do. I'm reminded the apocryphal story that Robert Heinlein, Isaac Asimov and L. Ron Hubbard were sitting around bullshitting at a Sci-Fi convention one time, and they bet on who could found a religion first.

I can see people following her, but not like that. 

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