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Bedpage Sting in Texas
A few weeks ago our community was shaken by the news of a scary sting resulting from using Bedpage.
A random account on Twitter announced being the victim of a sting operation in Plano, Texas; however, it never happened.
It was an attempt to sabotage Bedpage’s reputation, but who would instigate a foolish move like this? YesBackpage.
Sequence of Events
YesBackpage had a DDoS attack.
Oct 27 at 7:52AM CT:
Random girl tweets about a sting to make Bedpage look dangerous
2 minutes later, Risa Jenner (YesBP mascot) retweets
11 minutes later, YesBP retweets Jenner's tweet with some commentary....
Oh girl praises YesBackpage
YesBP quickly announces no ties to Bedpage
Again, this tweet speaks volumes...
YesBackpage is probably trying to get revenge on Bedpage. The DDoS attack was probably orchestrated by Bedpage.
YesBP had the DDoS on October 26, and then random announced a massive Bedpage sting the next day. Then, Jenner quickly comments 2 minutes later?That’s not a coincidence.
This was all planned.
The outlandish claims that were made about what happened during the sting such as the cops and the computer and all were just too far-fetched to believe.
Cops generally aren’t that tech savvy anyways.
I highly doubt cops would spend all their energy doing all those things just to arrest one person!
Holding During the Weekend
Then, random claims their driver was released from holding the morning they announced the sting — which was on October 27th, Saturday AKA the weekend.
It’s rare to be released from holding during the weekend. Why? People who make these decisions typically don’t work the weekend! So, it’s best to be arrested during the week — Sunday through Thursday otherwise you have a high chance of being held until Monday morning if arrested on the weekend.
No words needed.
The websites that Jenner is referring to do NOT have IPs from India, nor are they the same. Gallery below:
Bedpage Sting Hoax
Develop your own conclusion with everything I presented above, but I personally think this was all staged.
There’s one last thing I want to warn the community about, and that’s Google.
Be very careful using any Google related products for your profession if it’s adult related. Look at this invasive Twitter thread detailing Google’s heavy data tracking.