On May 20, 2013, Miami-Dade County Circuit Court Judge Darrin Gayles effectively told former faux North Miami Beach City Council candidate Yvenoline “Yve” Dargenson, “YOU LIE!” and shamed her out of his courtroom. According to the transcript, he also insinuated that she had no business raising kids, assuming there was any truth to her claim that she popped out three of them and dumped them on the doorstep of the home she claims her husband occupies without their baby mama. He went even one step further by pretty much telling Dargenson and the rest of the world that he was not going to allow a poser to steal an election (more…)
As she did on Monday, Miami Herald reporter Paradise Afshar Tweeted the proceedings of today’s hearing in Judge Darrin Gayles’ courtroom in the case of Beth Spiegel vs. Yvenoline Dargenson. The entire hearing took ten minutes, encapsulated into five Tweets.
Court started at approximately 10:30 am, (more…)
Beth Spiegel wins back her seat!
Tony DeFillipo is our brand new Councilman!
(Both actually live in North Miami Beach!)
The Jesus-endorsed North Miami city council candidate Anna L. Pierre is packing up her belongings and going back to her home in MIRAMAR. With a whopping 56 votes to her credit, her campaign was an Epic Fail. But she still has a friend in Jesus.
Hopefully, North Miami Beach FAUX candidate Yvenoline “Yves” Dargenson will take the hint and slither back to MIRAMAR (more…)
Yvenoline Dargenson, I told you that you were my bitch. I told you I was your biggest nightmare. I warned you, honey. But you didn’t listen.
I told you that when you run for public office, your secrets will be aired and the skeletons will rattle their way out of your closet. I warned you, honey. But you didn’t listen.
Well, you just got a very public whooping in a very public courtroom, and every single lie that oozed out (more…)
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Miami Herald reporter Paradise Afshar Tweeted the outcome of the Spiegel vs. Dargenson case as follows: (more…)
Next to Facebook, Twitter is one of my favorite forms of social media. I can post anything to Facebook from anywhere at all, whether I’m at a computer or on a phone. This is great if I want my Facebook peeps to know exactly what I’m doing and where I am. Luckily for them, I refrain. Unless I’m doing something really exciting, of course.
If I want to report or follow a report live, Twitter is the way to go. Miami Herald reporter Paradise Afshar is in the courtroom as we speak, following and Tweeting the juicy details being revealed (more…)
Facebook started out as a social networking tool for college students. A couple years later, Facebook opened up to the general population and the entire world was introduced to each other. One member at a time. Eventually, celebrities took note and the concept of Facebook “fan” pages was born. Politicians and those running for office found Facebook to be a very useful tool in getting their names out to the voting public and getting out the vote. Not to be left out in social media, soon companies and organizations had their own Facebook “fan” or “group” pages, and the rest is history.
Now anyone and their mother can open up a Facebook page, as well as anyone (more…)