Clueless Hardin County girl makes her feelings known
HARDIN CO.—Sadly, they are among us…and they breed.
Here’s a girl who didn’t like the fact that court documents held her name in them, simply because she was “a victim.” We don’t discriminate when we pull files; we just write what’s there. Sometimes it’s pertinent that the victim’s name is in there; it kinda shows that some alleged crimes aren’t just random, but that there might be some kind of motive behind them. That might, just MIGHT, help with the resolution of the case. So that’s often an integral part of the file. Nevertheless, it’s in the file…and it’s your right to know.
I don’t honestly remember the article, which goes to show how insignificant it really was. But Ms. Entitlement girl here, Abby Denton, apparently believes she’s exempt from public scrutiny. Here’s her recent diatribe on her Facebook page:
”Dear Disclosure: I officially hate you. You should have to ask people’s permission before you put their names in there especially if your not the one that committed the crime and is just a victim. I get that you wanted a story but you really don’t have to put my name in there with Josh’s. You could’a just put that he beat up a pregnant woman you don’t have to say it was me. I’m the one that has to
live with what he did to me everyday. I’m the one that has a daily reminder of my child kicking and my belly growing to remind me that it’s father didn’t give a shit not to beat me while I was pregnant. I love my child and would never change me being pregnant. I love Josh for giving me my child but I hate him for what he did to me and our child. I’m the one that has the nightmares of what he did to me and my child. I’m the one that lays awake crying and hurting for my child for what he did to us and the fact that my child will never have it’s father in it’s life. If you want a story to put in your newspaper why don’t you start a dead beat daddy collum and trust me Josh Jackson will be number one on your list and you could fill your paper with all the dead beat daddy’s around here. Leave me and my child out of your paper. I don’t need it posted in a newspaper to make it worse for me. FUCK YOU DISCLOSURE!!!! I wish all your writers could go through what I’ve been through then maybe you would know the hurt that it brings to see it posted for everybody to judge you for. Get over yourselves Disclosure and get a life!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!”
Here’s some humorous comments on her post:
3 people like this.
ROTFL…”Report em”?? To WHOM?? Our bosses? LOL…consider it “reported,” as I did indeed read it…and no, Paige, we don’t “ask first”…how dense can a person possibly be?
Apparently, fairly dense.
Denton, 19 (and that age is certainly evident by her impeccable grammar and syntax, as well as attitude), is none other than the granddaughter of Hardin County clerk Mary Ellen Denton. You know, the one who goes in and “corrects” recorded deeds if the abstract company makes a mistake (article coming up on that shortly). Apparently the county clerk has been coddling the teen, whose parents, we hear, are quite put out with her. Apparently, this taxpayer-teat funding has engendered a sense of entitlement in the youngster, thus causing her to feel like her rant might mean something to us.
It does. It means a post. Thanks, Abby, and good job. Your continued rants will ensure more reading material for Hardin County fans. We only hope that your cigarette smoking isn’t harmful to your poor offspring…but we do thank you for the $3. And remember: don’t get hooked up with losers like Josh, and you won’t be a victim….just some timeless advice from someone with a few years on ya.
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