November 7, 2017
This is confusing to some because corporate profits have dramatically risen during this period. It’s impossible to start or support a family with the majority of jobs nowadays, and employers act like they’re doing you a favor.
So where is all that money going? Part of it goes to support your boss’s daughter’s trust fund, as she moves into a $3,000 a month Brooklyn studio apartment to pursue her dream of becoming an Antifa Vice journalist. Another part is alimony for their even more materialistic bitch ex-wife.
The rest goes to his sugar baby!
They were an unlikely couple.
Michael McNew was a 64-year-old father and grandfather — a divorced pharmaceutical executive with a well-trimmed beard, a nice pair of glasses and a large, four-bedroom home outside of Trenton, N.J., according to the Trentonian.
Jennifer Lynn Morrissey, who had moved into McNew’s home in 2015, was the polar opposite: She was a 33-year-old dancer and motorcycle mechanic, with tattoos and a checkered criminal record, according to the Philadelphia Inquirer.
Morrissey told others that McNew was her “sugar daddy,” prosecutors told NBC 10. McNew even bailed Morrissey out of jail in 2016, the Trentonian reports, paying 10 percent of her $50,000 cash bail after she pleaded guilty to drunken and careless driving in Oct. 2016.
A year later, though, the relationship had soured, police say — and in August 2017, McNew was found dead at his home with a bullet in his head, according to the Bucks County District Attorney’s Office.
Morrissey has been charged with criminal homicide for allegedly killing McNew after he tried breaking up with her and kicking her out of his house, according to NBC 10. Police say that, after Morrissey killed McNew, she tried to make the crime scene look like a robbery that had gone awry. Morrissey has admitted to police that she tried to make the death look like a robbery, but she maintains that the shooting death was accidental — the result of what her lawyer called a “kill or be killed” moment.
The couple met four years ago while socializing, according to the Philadelphia Inquirer.
Morrissey’s preliminary hearing in court was Monday, NBC 10 reports. She’s being held without bail at the Bucks County Correctional Facility, the Trentonian reports.
Before his death, Morrissey had sent a string of threatening text messages to McNew, many of them in response to his insistence that she not come back to his house, according to NJ.com.
McNew had told Morrissey on Aug. 6 that he was boxing up the belongings that she’d left at his house, the Trentonian reports, and that she shouldn’t come back.
Since half the people reading this are still teenagers, here is some very basic advice: Don’t date strippers. They are like modern women on modern woman steroids.
And don’t fall for the lie that strippers are victims of some circumstance. Women who get into the sex trade do it because they like easy money more than having dignity.