Chat troll, who had a number of online posts which included claims about Marge Simpson, has been arrested for “spreading falsehoods” about the festival.
News.co.nz reporter Paul Smith reports that Chat, from New South Wales, had been charged with a “serious public mischief offence” after a series of posts, including claims that the annual Mardi gras festival was “crying wolf” about police.
He also claimed to have “found evidence” that “Marge Simpson” was not in fact dead.
“He’s the one that’s trying to say this is an assassination attempt on Marge and she’s not,” he wrote in a Facebook post on July 5, 2018.
“She’s not dead, she’s alive and he’s just trying to scare us.”
“I can see how it’s going to get people really mad.
I’ve seen this before with people who are trying to do a conspiracy.
They just can’t keep up,” he said.
Chat said he believed Marge’s funeral was being held at her former family home.
“Miggy’s mother died last year and she was going to the funeral to attend,” he told News.au.
“I saw a few people from the local area and said to them, ‘You should be at the funeral, we have no idea what you’re talking about’.” Chat also wrote about how a “bombshell” had been uncovered at the former Simpson home.
He said he had been given a copy of a police report and it had revealed the contents of an email that he had sent to a “friend” who had previously contacted police, claiming the deceased’s “dead body” was being stored in the basement.
Chat also posted a series. “
The only thing that she had in her house was a bottle of champagne.”
Chat also posted a series.
of posts that contained “false information” about Mollie Simpson.
The messages claimed the young mum was “going through a divorce” and had been “raped” by a man.
“That’s what she did with her husband and that’s why she has a gun,” he posted.
The Mollies have denied the allegations.
“No-one is telling the truth about Margo Simpson,” they said in a statement.
“Everyone is trying to be ‘anti-media’ and create a fake narrative that she’s guilty and the police are somehow to blame.”
“She did not kill Molli.
The police have never taken action against Margo or the Mollys in this case.”
News.vic.au contacted Chat’s Facebook page for comment and has not received a response.