Nicole Griffin of Roswell, Georgia would easily take the bronze and I wouldn’t be a bit surprised if she got the gold. In fact, her behaviour might even spark the creation of a platinum medal.
Nicole Griffin’s claim to medal deserving maliciousness?
When she failed to successfully purchase the house of one of her mother’s neighbours, she decided to make his life a living hell.
According to the write up at Yahoo, Griffin contacted the FBI, the local PD, local media, the Georgia AG, the Georgia governor and her congressman Tom Price. Price contacted INS. Griffin also went after the real estate agent who was not a party to the original sale of the house to Jimenez and tried to have her license revoked.
And after finally being kicked out for not paying the rent she’d agreed to pay Jimenez until the deal was closed, she went to his place of employment and got him fired. Still unsatisfied, she decided to put signs up in the Jimenez’s yard in order to provoke outrage against him and his family by his neighbours.
Jimenez has since been arrested by ICE and may be deported early next year.
It’d be one thing if Griffin merely reported that Jimenez was here illegally due to the popular notion that harassing brown people with non-English names is somehow “patriotic”, but the only reason she did so was in order to get those people to “help the sale go through”.
In other words, she tried to bully Jimenez and used his status as an undocumented worker against him. All those people she contacted? Most could arrest Jimenez and the ones who couldn’t arrest him personally could see to it that others arrested him.
Griffin maintains that she hasn’t done anything wrong and that she does not regret the trouble she has caused Jimenez and his family.
If that doesn’t qualify as plain mean, I don’t know what does.
Via: Deep Thoughts