By J. DeVoy
From the “five minutes of alpha > five years of beta” file, today we have a young woman who serially harassed her on-again, off-again boyfriend and ultimately ran over his mother. (Source) If you’ve seen or remember the movie Fear, think of that, but with the genders reversed.
In September, an unnamed 25-year-old dumped Elizabeth Segundo McClain for good. She did not take it well, calling him up to 750 times in a single day, while constantly texting him. Two surprises here: 1) this happened in Austin, Texas, rather than Florida or the rust belt; 2) she’s actually not bad looking (although it may be a different story below the neck). (Source)
The ex-boyfriend tried changing his number, getting restraining orders – a laughably ineffective mechanism to prevent harassment that serves a purpose more imaginary than real – and avoidance. McClain doubled down, finding ways to keep contacting her ex, and threatening physical harm against him and his family. On one occasion, she even put sugar in his gas tank. McClain’s harassment ultimately spread to his mother as well, calling her up to 180 times during the weekend after Thanksgiving. (Source)
On November 26, McClain ran over her ex’s mother. While the attack was not (yet) fatal, it obviously caused serious injuries. McClain, apparently in a great rush to tell her ex of her conquest, sent him 50 blank text messages, and then finally told him she had run over his mother. As the reality of the situation set in for the stunned ex-boyfriend, McClain followed up in true /b/ fashion, “how’s life, lol”. (Source)
Apparently, even the attractive (at first glance) ones are violent-crazy these days. However, the unnamed protagonist had a few ways to avoid this. First, he could have used Google Voice, or a series of Google Voice numbers, which are optimal for changing and abandoning when necessary. He could have used a fake name. He could have just dated foreign girls who don’t have these problems. Instead, he decided to have an honest, legitimate relationship at some point, with McClain coming to know his family members and apparently even have their phone numbers – the wages of which were insanity.