Tricks of the Trade – Brianne style

May 23, 2012 |  by  |  Blog

Just to let anyone interested in this Brianne nonsense know – and I know most aren’t, but it still needs to be made public…

Scallywag made 2 posts regarding Brianne 5/21 – Monday. After that – Brianne set up a blog whatisthismadnesshere, reposted both articles and did back dates… Naturally, again pure Brianne style, the blog is closed to public view.

Now, she has launched copyright infringement complaints with Scally’s host…

Just a deeper glimpse into how Brianne rolls…


  1. Ha ha ha .. Im so busy this week and my brain so fried I missed the obviousness of this blog being hers!! But this is so perfect because its being looked at now and I sent the IP information (tracked from BB) with it!! OMG cray cray implicated herself….. again! *thud*

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