Do It With A Twist
Perhaps this person got their inspiration from the recent court case involving a woman convicted of repeatedly telling a guy to kill himself.
This particular case has a little twist though.
Well, a big twist.
Not saying it is like Sixth Sense or anything, which I sometimes kind of curse because now every film seems to always want to try and Sixth Sense you to the point you spend all movie looking for whatever possible twist they may try and throw your way.
One could argue of course that Usual Suspects begat the Sixth Sense twist, and just didn’t get the credit. There was B.
She was well known to C.
Very well known.
They used to be best friends.
They used to be best friends who hung out all the time together.
C and B had a falling out, but still would talk.
Recently though, things became worse between them and C decided to go after B in a way she knew would make B vulnerable.
She would call and text B from a variety of different phone numbers.
Each of these messages was designed to make B think she was having hallucinations.
It was always her reaction in these types of stressful situations.
She had confided in C about them years ago.
C knew from past experiences that B would be searching for answers online instead of talking to a therapist.
C exploited that and hired a person who micro targeted B on Facebook.
They were designed that probably only B would see the ads.
They were designed to really push her over the edge.
It was one thing to get random texts and calls, but this messaging was right there in front of her.
B would have been in a state of panic almost 24 hours a day and would not have been sleeping at all.
Paranoia would be setting in and then C pushed it over the edge.
C is not a stable person.
She has always had a big ego, but now she has become a megalomaniac.
She craves attention and adoration.
She demands it.
This would show everyone who has the ultimate power.
C picked up the phone and called a person who she supports.
Not only has she slept with this local politician before for money when she was not making as much, she also makes sure potential donors are happy to give to him as well.
She knows what he arranged several years ago with the death of that A list publicist.
C called him to send that person out to get B.
Within two days, B was dead.
B: Jill Messick
C: Rose McGowan
Politician: Antonio Villaraigosa
41st Mayor of Los Angeles, California, from 2005 to 2013
A list publicist: Ronni Chasen
Former Miramax Executive And Rose McGowan Manager Jill Messick Dead At 50
Jill Messick, a former Miramax executive producer who once managed actress Rose McGowan, died by suicide Wednesday at age 50, her family confirmed to The Hollywood Reporter.
A scathing statement provided by her family’s attorney criticized disgraced Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein, his vocal accuser McGowan and members of the media for their coverage of the #MeToo movement. Messick represented McGowan in 1997, at the time she says she was raped by Weinstein, and she later took an executive position at Miramax, then led by Weinstein.
“Jill was victimized by our new culture of unlimited information sharing and a willingness to accept statement as fact,” read the lengthy statement. (Read it in full at The Hollywood Reporter.) “She became collateral damage in an already horrific story.”
HuffPost reached out to McGowan and Weinstein for comment but did not immediately receive a response.
While Messick’s family confirmed that McGowan once told her about the encounter with Weinstein, as the actress told The New York Times, details on Messick’s response have differed. In their statement, Messick’s family said she was “the first person who stood up on Rose’s behalf” and “alerted her bosses to the horrific experience which Rose suffered.”
The family also noted that Messick had bipolar disorder.
“Seeing her name in headlines again and again, as part of one person’s attempt to gain more attention for her personal cause, along with Harvey’s desperate attempt to vindicate himself, was devastating for her,” the statement read. – Source
What Really Happened the Night Hollywood Power Publicist Ronni Chasen Was Killed?
Six years later, her best friends still feel no sense of closure, and now newly released documents raise serious questions about a flawed investigation.
Six years ago, Hollywood learned that Ronni Chasen, one of its grande dame film publicists, had been gunned down while driving along a leafy stretch of Sunset Boulevard in Beverly Hills just after midnight. On Nov. 16, 2010, she had been heading home from the afterparty at the W Hollywood hotel for the premiere of Burlesque. Chasen represented producer Donald De Line and lighting designer Peggy Eisenhauer as well as songwriter Diane Warren, whose tune, “You Haven’t Seen the Last of Me,” was sung in the film by Cher. “Me and Ronni were so excited,” Warren told THR days later. “It was just the funnest night.” Added De Line: “She was being her usual mother-hen self. It was so not anything out of the ordinary. Just like a hundred other nights. She was loving it.”
Hollywood Foreign Press Association member Elisabeth Sereda recalls Chasen working the room. It was the crucial period before Golden Globe ballots were to be sent out at the beginning of December. “She’d corner you and not let you get away,” she says. “Ronni would say, ‘Don’t you love my client?!’ ”
Exactly what happened after Chasen, then 64, left the W valet for home in her black 2010 Mercedes-Benz E350 remains unknown. This much is clear: At about 12:28 a.m., four shots were fired through the vehicle’s front passenger window as it likely slowed or stopped in the left-hand turn lane heading west on Sunset to make the turn south on to Whittier Drive, a residential street where homes cost as much as $25 million.
According to the autopsy report, two bullets hit her chest without causing immediate catastrophic damage. Another hit her right upper arm. A fourth, the most rapidly fatal, entered through her right shoulder and struck her heart. No shell casings, live rounds or weapon were recovered at the intersection.- Source