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FOOLYWANG MATERIAL: Mayoral Candidate Charged With Conspiracy For Allegedly Staging Her Own Kidnapping For Sympathy Votes

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A candidate running for mayor of Sumter, South Carolina has been accused of staging a kidnapping of herself allegedly in an effort to gain sympathy votes. Deets inside…

 

What in the Jussie Smollett is going on with 2020?!

A woman who was running for mayor of Sumter, South Carolina has been arrested and charged for allegedly faking her own kidnapping. The reason? Well, police believe she was pinning for sympathy votes. Come on now, sis!

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Posted by Belcher4Mayor2020 on Thursday, June 25, 2020

According to the Sumter Police Department, authorities arrested and charged 29-year-old Sabrina Belcher with conspiracy and filing a false police report. They claim she filmed herself being kidnapped, beaten and robbed on Facebook Live last week.

Here’s a clip from the alleged kidnapping:

Ma'am. Just, no.

Since she had an accomplice, that person was arrested and charged as well. 34-year-old Christoper James Eaddy was also charged with conspiracy in the police. It’s unclear their relationship.

Below are their mugshots:

Candidate, associate charged in plot to gain votes SUMTER, SC (Aug. 20, 2020) – A Sumter mayoral candidate and an...

Posted by Sumter Police Department on Thursday, August 20, 2020

“They staged a kidnapping and beating in order to garner publicity, sympathy and votes in the November election,” police said in a statement.

Last Tuesday (August 18th), Sabrina went to the cops and told them she had been “assaulted and kidnapped by an unknown man during an attempted robbery.” Police said Sabrina was taken to the hospital for her injuries and was later released.

During Sabrina’s FB Live, police said she tried to “discredit a fellow candidate” and that she had “ongoing plans to smear other mayoral candidates prior to the election.”

Now, if this is true, karma didn’t waste ANY time stopping her in her tracks.

“Officers later determined she was in contact with Eaddy whom she had worked with days prior to concoct and stage the reported incident,” police said. Sabrina was booked into the Sumter County Detention Center with a $10,000 bond, according to jail records.

“This was simply an effort to create disorder and discontent in our community for personal gain,” Police Chief Russell Roark said in the news release. “As a result, a valuable number of resources, including personnel, man hours of the police department as well as local medical professionals, were wasted based on false information.”

Y’all! We’ve GOT to do better! BS like this doesn't help the cause in the least bit.

 

Photos: Sumter Police Department's FB/Sabrina's FB

 

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