So, Farrah Abrahams got herself arrested, getting out, and immediately shouting she was pegged for being, wait for it, famous and, thereby, shouldn’t’ve been arrested. Sorry, being a TV and porn hooker doesn’t constitute fame, Honey.
I’ve brought it up before that being a crip isn’t a pass. Yeah, people pause when confronting crips about crap, but they get over it…AND, the crip’ll pay the piper. In this day and age, it’s not uncommon to see crips on the streets, and with pain meds sales on the black market at an all-time high, crips aren’t immune to getting their piece of the pie buying and selling. If they get caught in a sting, guess what, they goin’ down just as fast as the able-bodied bloke with him/her. Screaming crip brutality ain’t going get them off. The popo has bodycams nowadays, and you better believe that puppy’s on in this case.
The above’s a more extreme case, but still possible. Let’s take the FA incident. Intentionally causing a scene and maybe hitting someone with your chair lashing out. Guys, this is assault, punishable by law with jail time on the table. You might get off with probation, but, still, you’re on paper. I don’t know if the law can get you banned from getting an electric wheelchair if you used it as a weapon, but that’d suck to be relegated to a manual for x amount of years to life.
Again, I know I’ve brought this up before, but FA’s story and her claim why she shouldn’t be held accountable, reminds of crips I know thought they’d get off…just because…Honey, you won’t. Also, while I’m on th subject, we have a hard enough time not getting labelled, why add nuisance, menace, degenerate to the list?
Be good to each other.
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