Jacqueline Laurita made headlines when she claimed that John Karagiorgis harassed her on twitter by tweeting negative comments about her autistic son. Her accusations were reported in numerous media outlets. Notwithstanding the allegations, the alleged tweets were never produced.
Faux Reality undertook an investigation to see if Jacqueline ever responded “in real time” to the alleged tweets. After all, anyone who is familiar with Jacqueline on twitter has seen her unprecedented melt downs when she perceives she has been slighted or attacked.
Is it possible Jacqueline didn’t respond to such heinous tweets? Or is it probably that the tweets never existed? In this instance, there are no exchanges regarding her son on or before March 30, 2013 (night of Brawl). It is clear that Jacqueline has falsely accused yet another individual (as she did Teresa, Juicy, Dina, Danielle, RealityJulie, etc.)
An observant investigator uncovered something far more interesting; Jacqueline repeatedly retweets and responds to people who praise her for her strength, her “work” as an autism advocate, etc. Here’s the problem:
- The people she’s tweeting don’t exist; and/or
- The original tweets were never sent.
Jacqueline seems to be responding to imaginary people and/or imaginary tweets. The following are some, but not all examples of Jacqueline’s bizarre imaginary praise and retweets:
On October 2, 2013, Jacqueline retweeted a tweet from @BradClifton that she is “important, valuable and unique.”
But @BradClifton hasn’t tweeted since 2009, when he tweeted a total of 4 tweets and he never tweeted anything about Jacqueline Laurita.
On September 25, 2013, Jacqueline retweeted a tweet from @Michele:
Why would a male chef from Italy who tweets mostly in his native tongue of Italian care about Jacqueline’s blog? A review of his time line proves that @Michele never tweeted Jacqueline, he didn’t love her blog, he didn’t say she was awesome and he didn’t tell her to keep moving toward the light.
On September 24, 2013, Jacqueline retweeted a tweet from @Roxygirl calling her “an amazing inspiration2parents”:
A review of @Roxygirl’s account shows that it is an egg that has never tweeted anyone.
The aforementioned are limited examples of a much more disturbing picture. There are dozens of examples of alleged retweets where the account doesn’t exist.
It appears that Jacqueline Laurita not only sees tweets about her son that don’t exist, but also retweets fabricated tweets praising her and retweets them in her world of illusion.