Wednesday, June 29, 2016

Desperate, dishonest, deviant: homosexual You Tuber is a faker and a liar

Popular homosexual YouTuber Calum McSwiggan reportedly faked an alleged hate crime attack on himself in West Hollywood on Monday, according to the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department.
“The authorities should have been there to help and protect me but instead they treated me like a second class citizen,” he claimed. “With three broken teeth and six stitches in my forehead, I’ve never felt so terrified to be a gay man in the public eye.
Captain Holly M. Perez of the West Hollywood Police Station claims that they “were unable to substantiate the assault” and that McSwiggan “had no visible injuries” at their time of investigation. Police soon arrested McSwiggan however after he was seen by deputies vandalizing a car, and the YouTuber ended up being processed with a mugshot and given a cell for the night.
West Hollywood Police officers “then observed [McSwiggan] injuring himself with the handle and receiver to a payphone inside the cell.” After breaking his teeth and piercing his forehead, McSwiggan was quickly sent to the local hospital.
“Mr. McSwiggan’s booking photo was taken prior to deputies seeing Mr. McSwiggan injuring himself,” reported the police station in a statement to The Advocate, confirming the captain’s claims that McSwiggan was unharmed at the time of his arrest.
“I saw Cal screaming crying after the attack. He didn’t fake it,” wrote one of McSwiggan’s friends in a tweet, acknowledging that he didn’t witness the actual events.
Desperate, dishonest, deviant.


Di Smith said...


I am a long-time follower of your blog and have enjoyed your insights very much! I am missing your posts over the last month and hope you will continue your blog. Hope all is well with you and will be checking in for more!



Denise said...

Hi Dianne,

You are so kind and I appreciate your concern! I am still here (!) but we've been on vacation off and on. You have encouraged me to keep going and to remember to post things as they come up (sometimes Twitter or Facebook sees more of me these days). I do have plans to continue my blog and I need to remember to just be more consistent! Thank you so much!