I knew the crazy was strong in that one

A 911 call log from 2003 recently released by California police reveal that the mother of Sherri Papini, the 34-year-old woman who went missing for three weeks in November after she claimed she was kidnapped while jogging, told police that her daughter was “harming herself and blaming it on [her.]”

A call log from the Shasta County Sheriff’s Office dated Dec. 17, 2003, indicates that Papini’s mother, Loretta Graeff, alleged that her then-21-year-old daughter had been harming herself and blaming it on her. The log, obtained by The Sacramento Bee and shared with ABC News, also states that Loretta Graeff wanted “advice” because her daughter was planning on moving back in with her.
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4 Responses to I knew the crazy was strong in that one

  1. bogsidebunny says:

    Another great reason to pray harder for the 10.9 Richter to rip the asshole state asunder and plunge it into the 6 mile deep Marianna’s trench

  2. Judy says:

    “…wanted “advice” because her daughter was planning on moving back in with her.” In the interests of self-preservation and the rest of the family members living in you house, just say NO. As much as you love them, NO, sometimes is the best answer.

  3. cato1776 says:

    Wow, something 15 years ago?
    The media is still trying to screw the pooch.
    Let it go, assholes.

  4. Granny says:

    Desperate times call for desperate measures.l
    Any port in a storm?
    And the ever popular Military solution; Cover your Ass.
    Edgar R. Morrow must be spinning in his grave.

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