Jeromie Williams Claims Life Saved by “Cannoli”

Today the criminal fraud artist Jeromie Williams claimed that a “cannoli” saved his life.

Confused, we made a few inquiries with former friends and associates of Jeromie Williams, to see whether they might have some idea of what he was talking about here:

And subsequently we were reliably informed that “cannoli” is used as a sexual slang term and euphemism. While the precise meaning is not entirely clear, the Urban Dictionary provides a potential definition:

One of our associates suggests that the “life-saving” aspect is a reference to the proceeds of male prostitution, and in this case, apparently unprotected sex with client(s).

Whoever they are, they might want to get tested for STDs very soon.

Twitter Suspends Jeromie Williams’ Sock Puppet Account

Yesterday the criminal fraud artist Jeromie Williams, widely known for his hatred of women, used a sock puppet account to viciously attack another woman, Kelly Furnell, as a “bitter hag”:

This follows a long list of misogynistic insults from Jeromie, who openly admits that he “hates women.” He is well known for calling women names such as “saggy titted cunt,” comparing them to “hookers,” and even posting fake ads to make them look like prostitutes (a line of work with which Jeromie himself happens to be well acquainted). He has suggested that various women be “shut up” via “giant black penises,” or even subjected to “sterilization or drowning in a burlap sack.

He has previously used this particular account, which includes a picture of a registered sex offender for its avatar, to tweet disgusting images of beastiality, to offer to “blow” various journalists, and to attack another journalist for expressing his concern for injured police officers.

We are pleased to report that today, Twitter has acted to suspend this sock puppet account.

Jeromie Williams: “I Wanna Blow Bob Cole”

Today, using his sock puppet Dan Morgan, the criminal fraud artist Jeromie Williams tweeted that he “wanna blow bob cole.”

This is a reference to the announcer for CBC’s Hockey Night in Canada (pictured at right):

 

When I suggested Bob Cole is not interested in him, Jeromie responded that “bob doesn’t know what he likes anymore, and that’s right up my #alley”:

He also offered to “blow” Toronto Sun sports columnist Steve Simmons and/or Fox sportscaster Steve Goldstein:

“You ever have one of those moments?”

Yesterday, the criminal fraud artist Jeromie Williams described a moment of realisation that someone is exploiting and/or “royally screwing” people:

Yeah, we’ve all had one of those moments.

We’ll let you guess who was doing the screwing.

Jeromie Williams Demonstrates “How Easy It Is To Fake Shit”

As we reported on Friday, the criminal fraud artist Jeromie Williams recently slandered one of his former associates in a series of emails. For example:

He also threatened to fabricate and/or edit screenshots, to make it appear she had written things she had not. He demonstrated his abilities to “fake shit” in his emails:

As she responded, “You’re a fraud. 100% pure unfiltered organic bullshit. Scum.”

Nor is this the first time Jeromie has “forged” a screenshot. He’s been doing that since (at least) 2011:

Perhaps most egregiously, Jeromie’s most recent “faked shit” includes fabricated posts and ads that viciously defame Heather Jay, such as this:

 

Jeromie has also admitted to “lying his ass off” on his CV, and he is responsible for countless frauds and hoaxes that are documented throughout this site.

Jeromie Williams Threatens This Site with “The Hammer of Justice”

As we revealed yesterday, Jeromie Williams has begun another of his criminal harassment campaigns against a former associate. In the process, he made a series of threats against the authors of this blog:

“Believe what you want from that site, believe whatever shit they make up, the site will be down soon, people will be in jail, and all those involved in any way in the site will see their day in court.”

As I have pointed out before, Jeromie has been threatening to have me thrown in jail since January 2012. Since then, he has made a series of similar threats to Kim Johnston and her sons, the animal rescuers at Operation Sled Dogs (you can listen to their telephone conversation on YouTube), Tiffany Willis and others at Liberal America, Heather Jay and her friends, and on and on and on.

As one of his former associates pointed out, this site’s been up for over two years, despite Jeromie’s constant attempts to get it taken down.

Still, we are now literally quaking in our boots.

Jeromie is about to let the “Hammer of Justice” fly loose:

  

Here’s how his former associate responded:

More crying, Jeromie? Gee, I’ve got records listing me as the purchaser of the domain name, and a contract saying I am free of any financial responsibility to you 30 days after you signed it.

Please show me just how fast and sophisticated you are. lol. Poor deluded mentally ill boy. Bring it. Or talk more shit. That’s entertaining too.

Hammer of Justice. LOL. More like shit stain of Jeromie’s delusional blathering. You know, like you left all over Heather’s place. Alongside the half dead cat. Did you f*** that too like you did the dog or just beat the hell out of it and try to starve it to death?

C’mon, don’t you have any REAL threat? I was so looking forward to a challenge instead of this sophomoric attempt to frighten me. Has this sort of shit worked on your previous victims? Because you really suck.

We couldn’t say it any better ourselves.

Jeromie Williams Targets, Threatens, Harasses and Slanders Another Woman

Readers of this blog will recall that after Jeromie Williams was fired by Liberal America, Tiffany Willis offered him an opportunity to work with her on her new website. The result, predictably, was one disaster after another (and another etc.).

Readers of this blog will also recall that Jeromie convinced a former friend, Heather Jay, to buy him a train ticket to her home in Ottawa in December so he could “housesit” for her over the holidays, and once again the result was one disaster after another. He then proceeded to convert Heather’s home into a bawdy house, abusing and/or starving her cat in the process, and then harassed her, her family, and her friends.

Little more than a month after Jeromie returned to Montreal, as we reported last week, the group Americans Against the Tea Party (AATTP) fired Jeromie in February. And not long after that, he targeted a new victim, one of his former co-workers at AATTP, and even tried to convince her to buy him a train ticket to her home (in the Midwestern United States). As she explains, “[Jeromie] ask[ed] for ME to pay for a ticket to my house – for the train, no less, which costs more than a flight. Because he likes trains better”:

Fortunately for her (and her husband and especially their fifteen cats), this never happened. However, Jeromie was able to convince her to allow him to work on her new website, just as he had done last fall to Tiffany Willis:

“[Jeromie] talked me into starting up a website with him, and then proceeded to try to strongarm me into working for him instead of as a partner. I paid for the domain, the hosting, did the graphics arts, my husband set up the server and was webmaster.”

Jeromie expected her to assume all tax liabilities, but he wanted “equal access to the money, the server, the website (which I never gave him because it’s not my first day on the internet).” In return, he offered his social media “expertise,” but she quickly realised he was wildly exaggerating his knowledge, abilities and experience, as usual:

“I knew he knew nothing about marketing when he didn’t know how adsense worked, and didn’t know what ‘demographic’ meant. I took to playing dumb to see just what he did know. It wasn’t much.”

The fact that he didn’t have a clue about how online marketing actually works made her uncomfortable. Furthermore, Jeromie once again gave a series of excuses to explain why he hadn’t done any work: “During my association with him he told me he had contracted chlamydia from some person he met in New York, that he was broke and needed money (I sent him $55 which is doubtless where he got the money for chocolate and toilet paper)…” He frequently disappeared for days at a time, leaving her to clean up his messes. He also spoke to her in a “snotty and demanding” manner. She eventually decided she’d had enough of Jeromie’s constant bullying, and locked him out of her site and server, blocked him on Facebook, and “muted” him so that he was restricted to contacting her via cell phone only.

Predictably, he responded with yet another harassment campaign against her:

He is now calling the police in my home town, telling them that I am an identity thief, that I have stolen a website from him, that I am a right wing terrorist. He is also calling my cell phone and sending threatening texts.

This is, of course, fully consistent with Jeromie’s long history of bullying, making false allegations and frivolous police complaints, criminal harassment and general misogyny.

When she urged him to go ahead and call the police, and told him she had found this website, Jeromie responded with a series of wild projections, angrily dismissing this site as the work of a “sick internet stalker,” and accusing his victim of setting off “criminal whistles”:

As she responded, Jeromie’s allegations of intellectual property theft are not just false but ridiculous, and his criminal behaviour is well-documented on this site:

I know nothing of the kind, and in fact I know quite the opposite after having spent all day chasing down a dozen different people and speaking with them personally. Seems you have built quite a reputation for yourself, Jeromie. Everything on that website is not only true, it’s also documented. To think I would have welcomed you into my home. LOL. Good thing I listened to my gut about you.

The website is mine, paid for by me, and will remain so. It is housed on my server, also bought and paid for by me. The contract expired thirty days after you signed it, releasing me from any obligation to you. Since the website never made a dime, I owe you jack and squat concerning its profits, and indeed you owe ME money, but I know I will never get that back. You’re incapable of being honorable about money, as your history with others proves.

You just keep talking shit, Jeromie, keep lying to yourself about how you were wronged. You might be able to convince some little girl, but *I* am not that weak, nor am I afraid of some two dollar meth addicted boy whore who likes to give dogs a go, and torture cats. You’re deplorable. I’ve scraped classier things off the bottom of my shoe.

If you have a case I suggest you get to callin’ someone with a badge, scream from the rooftops how you have been maligned. With a growing body of evidence, soon you will have your own wiki entry as the best known scam artist in the Western hemisphere.

I ‘took’ personal info? Good try, asshole. I’ve already spoken to [redacted] about that. She’s aware that not only did I throw her information away the moment I banned you from the website, but she’s also aware that she can contact me anytime if she has any other concerns. You’ve been cut out of the entire situation.

Don’t f*** with me, little boy. You’re not clever enough.

Oh, but please do send me a few more e-mails full to brimming with made up lies and your delusions. It gives me a chance to show the world just how crazy you truly are, and how dangerous. Law enforcement must really love you. =)

Enjoy the free publicity!

He once again attacked this site as “bullshit,” and she responded that:

“There’s NOTHING you can say to me that will convince me you’re anything other than a sick, animal abusing sexual deviant with a thing for dogs and kids, and I will MAKE SURE to spread the word about you because here’s ONE WOMAN whom you CANNOT intimidate into being quiet.”

Still, Jeromie threatened to slander her in a series of emails, and/or make false complaints to local police, apparently based on conversations that simply never happened:

In response, she asked: “Seriously? Is that the best you can do? Make up shit and then accuse me of it?”

Jeromie’s answer (“of course!”) came only one minute later:

Obviously, she is not the one with a cocaine problem.

“If anyone was on a crackpipe,” she responded, “that would be you.”