As we anticipated, the criminal fraud artist Jeromie Williams was evicted from his apartment a week ago for a variety of reasons, including failure to pay his rent, and stealing the property of his roommates, including (but not limited to) dish soap and toilet paper. Of course, on Facebook, Jeromie’s “get out of the house” eviction became a “get out of your own house vacation” on his friend’s couch.
In only a few days, he proceeded to make a giant mess, which he refused to clean up. On Facebook, of course, he cleaned up like a “maid” (or, if you don’t believe that, a “little mouse”).
When his friend texted him from work to ask if he could “take care of the dishes before you go” Jeromie erupted on Facebook in yet another masterpiece of psychological projection, calling his friend, who had generously allowed Jeromie to stay with him, a “lazy fuck who doesn’t want to deal with the nasty mess they made”:
In the end, Jeromie cleaned only half the dishes:
After only one week, it appears that Jeromie has entirely exhausted his supply of friends who might be willing to let him sleep on their couch for a few days. He is “officially homeless”:
As Michael Stratulak pointed out, Jeromie presumably meant “for all intents and purposes,” not “for all intensive purposes.” That’s a rather embarrassing mistake to make for someone who constantly complains that, “as a writer an editor, it pisses [him] off that jobs are filled by people who don’t know how to write”:
At least Jeromie is not one of them.