Jeromie Williams Tries to Mock Fox Christmas Special, Fails Spectacularly

Yesterday, on Christmas, the criminal fraud artist Jeromie Williams tried to mock the special Christmas Day programming on the Fox News Channel.

You would think this might be a relatively simple, easy task, but even here, Jeromie failed spectacularly. The result is a sight to behold:

Good job there, Jeromie Williams.

Jeromie Williams Adds to His “Police File”

The criminal fraud artist Jeromie Williams is spending the holidays indulging in another familiar tradition: threatening others with police action!

In an e-mail to the Editor-in-Chief of, Tiffany Willis, he warned that:

“Your emails are now being considered as threatening once again, and any correspondence not dealing with outstanding amounts owe to me will be added to the ALREADY OPEN FILE I have with the Montreal police.”

Oh no! Not the police file!

Ms. Willis responded that he is not owed anything:

“…now that you’ve been exposed as a liar, you’re back to your lame threats. And oh, buddy? I don’t owe you any money. You’ve been paid in full and far more than you were worth for doing lame work, harassing my staff, and being on drugs half the time.”

Jeromie responded to other writers at

“Please be advised that continued correspondence from LA that is abusive will result in your names being added to the police file. The fact that I had input on the logo currently being used by LA has been proven via the screenshots provided. It is your best interest, as official representatives of LA, that you seriously consider urging your colleague to cease her threatening and abusive emails, texts, and messages to me, or I will be forced to submit your names, phone numbers, email addresses and Facebook account url’s to the police to be added into my currently open and active police file. Any form of retribution, act of revenge, dissemination of my personal correspondence, or further escalation by anyone affiliated with LA, will also result in your names being added into the police file.”

Ms. Willis contacted the Montreal police herself, who told her they have no record of her in their system, and that had Jeromie (or anyone else) filed a complaint against her, the police would have notified her accordingly. My guess (as I told her) is that Jeromie hasn’t even contacted the police, and they would laugh at him if he did.

Not content to stop digging there, Jeromie explained that:

“As the victim of threats, intimidation, and harassment from your colleague, and with the investigation of my claim only just under way, Montreal Police will not divulge any information about my case, in particular, not to my aggressor. Should a claim be made to the contrary, it is an absolute fabrication.”

“Your names are now being added to the file once I can get in contact with the officer handling my case. This situation is rapidly getting out of hand, and given the past history of abusive, reckless and aggressive behaviour from your colleague, I must take every step to protect myself.”

(He neglected to provide the name of the officer handling his case, of course.)

Well, to further set their minds at ease, let me refer to a threat Jeromie sent my way after I exposed some of his frauds in January 2012:

Amazingly, here I am, never once thrown in jail! It’s possible the police will still get me, eventually, though it’s been two years. On the other hand, maybe the police really don’t care about Jeromie’s screenshots? Maybe, in fact, they’re far more interested in investigating him for criminal harassment, uttering threats, intimidation, theft, and fraud?

Jeromie also threatened to send the police to Kim Johnston’s door to “fuck up” her life and the lives of her kids by getting them all deported to Australia:

This, also, hasn’t happened.

More recently, Jeromie threatened to send the police after the animal rescuers at Operation Sled Dogs, after a third party exposed his embezzlement of thousands of dollars from the group. In a telephone conversation you can listen to on YouTube, he made a series of threats:

“And, you’re putting up bullshit about me [False: the page was created by the third party, and it wasn’t bullshit]. And if that page isn’t down tonight, I swear to God by the weekend you’ll be in jail…. I have your address. I know people who know where you live. And the police will come. So that if it doesn’t get taken down, you know, I’ll give you by Friday night, I’ll give you by Friday night, if it doesn’t get taken down, you are going to be in shit.”

To be fair, the police did come. They warned the animal rescuers to stay away from Jeromie Williams, since he is very likely dangerous.

That’s good advice for everyone to follow.

UPDATE (December 28): Jeromie Williams continues to badger Ms. Willis for money “owed to me for November page views, and three hours of work [$45] done on website development that I am owed.” He requested the site’s stats for November so he could invoice for that month’s page views, but, as Ms. Willis advised him, he’s already been paid in full, and “There are no stats for your articles because I deleted your articles because you’re the type to LIE and claim copyright infringement…”

This, Jeromie warned, would “become a matter of public record.” We here at Jeromie Williams is a Fraud are happy to post all the details to help establish this public record for any potential future employers or business associates of Jeromie Williams.

Jeromie Williams Slanders Another Former Employer

Yesterday, the criminal fraud artist Jeromie Williams partook in a familiar tradition: he slandered a former employer.

It all started after he was fired on December 5th by the Editor-in-Chief of, Tiffany Willis, for harassing her staff and other inappropriate behaviour. Once again, he tried to “get back at” his former employer through slanderous lies. Specifically, he accused of stealing a banner logo that he “designed, was never paid for, and gave no permission for them to use,” and he urged readers on behalf of “all creative people” not to share any articles:

The problem, of course, is that every word is a lie. The graphic was designed by a professional named Mike, who was paid $40, and who gave full permission for them to use it on their site.

The notion that Jeromie had anything to do with the logo’s design apparently comes from a conversation with Tiffany Willis on September 16, in which he simply refers her to another site’s logo, and makes several suggestions which are ultimately rejected:

As you can plainly see above, (1) there’s no flag in the middle, or on the tallest building, (2) it’s not a suburban scene, with houses side by side, (3) it’s not in blacks and greys, and so on.

Tiffany Willis responded to Jeromie as follows:

You didn’t design ANYTHING. You TOLD me about the site and showed me the logo. You did NOTHING. Here is the conversation [above]. The only resemblance it has to the other site is that it has a cityscape and it’s a very different cityscape. You’re a liar and you’re accusing me and/or a graphic designer of a crime. Are you sure you want to do this? …You have some nerve taking design credit for something you didn’t do anywhere. You didn’t do the LGBTQ nation one and you didn’t do ours. Saying ‘I like theirs but in gray and black’ is NOT doing design work! …

Oh and….the flag isn’t on the tallest building and our buildings aren’t hand-drawn and they’re not in black and white. You’re an idiot. You really just are. A REAL artist drew this by hand based on a verbal image I gave him. You have NO RIGHT to try to take credit for telling me “hey look at this website.” What is that worth, Jeromie? 20 seconds of your time?

But this follows a familiar pattern for Jeromie, who often slanders former employers and associates to “get back at” them for firing him. Only a few months ago, back in September, Jeromie slandered Jacob Daruvala in order to “get back at” the site Addicting Info for firing him:

In June 2012, Jeromie attacked staff at The Gaily as “cowards” after they fired him for inappropriate behaviour, including criminally harassing, stalking and making death threats against Kim Johnson and her teenaged boys, using homophobic epithets. Earlier in 2012, Jeromie harassed several other employees both before and after he was fired by Playboy for inappropriate behaviour. He also compared the to a Third World sweat shop after they fired him for fabricating events, people, and even supposed witnesses to serious crimes in his articles.

Most egregiously, after Jeromie was exposed as a thief and embezzler for withholding thousands of dollars from the Canadian animal rescue group Operation Sled Dogs, he wrote a disgusting article slandering the group, accusing them of “kill[ing] puppies,” and included a picture of a dog in a garbage bag. (While one dog was euthanized, there was never any suggestion of negligence, let alone intentionally “killing puppies,” on the part of the group.)

And, for the record, Jeromie Williams still owes Operation Sled Dogs $1,800, plus interest.

This, Jeromie, is what theft looks like:

Stolen Money

Revealed: Jeromie Williams Accomplice Behind Charity Scam

Yesterday our partner site, Pet Pardons Watch, revealed that one of the accomplices of the criminal fraud artist Jeromie Williams appears to be responsible for a charity scam of monumental proportions.

It appears that Ashley Owen Hill, the co-founder of Pet Pardons, and founder of Lucky Dog Rescue in Meridian, Mississippi, is still asking for donations, despite apparently having reserves of hundreds of thousands of dollars, and relatively low annual expenses:

According to the most recent 990-EZ form for Lucky Dog Rescue (from 2011), this “charity” had a total revenue of $122,855 for the year, and expenses of only $23,603, for a surplus of $99,252. That’s right, she spent only 19% of what people donated to her that year.

According to SeriousGivers, a 501(c)(3) public charity dedicated to providing independent information, data and metrics to assist charity donors, Lucky Dog Rescue had a reserve ratio of 4.2 in 2011, indicating that revenues far exceed expenses. This is important because, as SeriousGivers notes, “an organization with very large reserves may not need your support.”

In fact, SeriousGivers recommends against donating to charities in the “red zone” of reserve ratios above 5.0. While ratios between 0.5 and 2.0 are considered appropriate (the “green zone”), ratios between 2.0 and 5.0 (the “yellow zone”) “should be discussed directly with and satisfactorily explained by the organization’s management before a donation is made.”

Unfortunately, Ashley Owen Hill does not seem willing to provide any explanation, satisfactory or otherwise. …

As far as anyone can verify, this is a charity with virtually no liabilities, and possibly over $200,000 in the bank (the $99,252 surplus from 2011, plus the $100,000 from Chase in 2013). If other donations in 2012 and 2013 are similar to those in 2011, additional excesses of $99,252 in these years could bring the total up to $400,000.

On the other hand, Lucky Dog Rescue apparently has annual expenses of only about $23,000. According to Schedule O in the 2011 990-EZ form, this includes about $8,000 in supplies (dog food), $5,000 in veterinary fees, $5,000 in salaries, $4,000 in rent, and about a thousand in miscellaneous other expenses.

Read the entire post here.

Jeromie Williams Fired Again

As I predicted, the Founder and Editor-in-Chief of, Tiffany Willis (Website, Facebook), fired the criminal fraud artist Jeromie Williams today, and removed all of his articles from her site.

All of a sudden, she discovered that Jeromie had committed an unforgiveable act.

No, not stalking, harassing and threatening people, or stealing thousands of dollars from animal rescue groups. Not writing egregiously ridiculous and sensational bullshit simply in order to generate hits and ad revenue, inciting many death threats all along the way (not to mention racism and xenophobia). And certainly not his vile misogynistic attacks on women, like calling them “saggy titted cunts,” blogging about shutting them up with giant black penises, and calling female politicians “hookers,” bringing them to tears on national television.

No, Jeromie did something far worse…

He was disloyal to Tiffany Willis!

And, just like that, gone. And she can cope just fine because her life experiences have made her tough and Jeromie doesn’t love her anyway, thank you very much. (Are you noticing a theme?)

I am informed that Jeromie Williams was removed from two other sites today as well.

As longtime readers of this blog know, back in January 2012, I contacted to let them know that Jeromie, then one of their writers, was fabricating events, people, and even witnesses in his articles for months. To their credit, they fired him almost immediately as well.

Playboy also acted quickly. Jeromie was fired there after only three weeks for inappropriate behaviour, not even making it past the company’s probation period. He then harassed several employees after the firing.

It took Tiffany Willis just under a month to disassociate herself (and from Jeromie Williams.

It took nearly two months for Erika Jahn, co-founder and executive editor of The Gaily, to remove Jeromie from his position as contributing editor there, and delete all of his articles from their site. (Despite being warned that Jeromie was fabricating stories, committing ChipIn fraud, stalking a woman and teenaged boys, and making death threats and homophobic remarks, Ms. Jahn initially dismissed our warnings as spam.)

It took nearly ten months for Pet Pardons to part company with Jeromie Williams, and their long and sordid history of defending and enabling him is well-documented throughout this site, from misleading people with his bullshit stories (like the disgusting Fairfield hoax) to inciting death threats against innocent people, from allowing him to embezzle funds from Pet Pardons donors to cheating in charity contests.

As I expected, the Pet Pardons record is safe.