Hello, My Dearly Beloved Men & Women. How Are Y'all Doin'? Y'all Alright? Oh, I Hope So. I Am Bringing About A Series Of Posts On This Date That Pertain To Some Very Disturbing, Not To Mention Lewd And Offensive Activity Towards The Existence Of My Twitter Profile.
Disturbing Because I Have A Legitimate Reason To Suspect That The Following Accounts (Pictured In The Screenshots) Were Created For The Sole Purpose Of Harassing Me By Way Of The "People" Section Under My Name, Cat Ellington, In Twitter Search; And Lewd/Offensive Because Of The Content (Including The Practically Nude Women In The Profile Pics) Associated With Said Accounts.
There Isn't A Doubt In My Mind, Dearest Guys & Gals, That These Accounts Are All Fake, Even Every Single One Of Them. And As I Am Not One Who Goes Through Life Bearing False Witness Against Others, Neither Are Stupidity And Gullibility My Strong Suits. For As Surely As Tar Is Black As The Ace of Spades, I Have Brawny Reason To Believe That These False Accounts—Showcasing Practically Naked Women Attached To Pornographic Content—Were Created In-House, At Twitter, Inc., By Either One Particular (Male) Member, Or By Quite A Few (Male) Members Of That Company's Staff.
I've Also A Brawny Reason To Suspect That The Names Given To The Scantily Clad Women On These Accounts Are Too Fictitious, As It Is Terribly Impossible To Believe That All Of These Individual Women—Each One Different From The Others—Are Named "Catherine Ellington."
Although "Catherine" Is Not My Name, In Order For These Deliberately Created False Accounts To Be Able To Appear In Twitter Search Under My Name, Those Responsible For Creating These Dummy Accounts Would Have Had None Other Choice But To Use The Name "Catherine," As "Cat" Itself Would've Been Too Obvious.
Here, "Russian Hackers" Cannot Be Faulted, No, But Here, The Annoying Obsession Lies In-House.
This, My Dearest Men & Women, Is The Hunch Of My Gut. And The Hunch Of My Gut Has Never Misguided Me.
Today, For The Sake Of "Keeping The Peace" With The One(s) In Power At Twitter, Inc., I Will Not Engage In Name-Dropping. However, Should These In-House Members Continue On With Their Unprofessional, Miserable, Obsessive, Ignorant, Malicious, And Harassing Actions Towards Both My Account (Which I Am Still Not Going To Pay To Have Verified) And Me, Then I Will Be Forced To Drop Names And Bring Forth A Fierce Witness Against Such A Person Or Persons, That The Peoples—Be They Fellow Public Figures, Or Members Of The General Public—Will Surely Come To Know The Truth Of My Sometimes Loathsome Experience, Even Over The Last Six Calendar Years . . . As A User Of Twitter.
Ladies And Gentlemen, I Do Believe That I've Counted—To Date—Between 21 To 25 Of These Fraudulent "Catherine Ellington" Twitter Accounts. And They Will Appear In Succession Over A Number Of Following Posts. I Ask That You All Note These Accounts Well. I Also Ask, My Dear Ones, That You All Note My Name, Cat Ellington, In The Search Bar.
I Love Y'all.
— Cat Ellington (The Real One)
FYI: Least Any Of Them Should Play The Hypocrite, Please Consult The Following Rules Of Twitter's Spam Policy (Note The Check Mark. No Pun):
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