STORY OF ‘SUPERMOM’ ABDUCTED ON THANKSGIVING TAKES STRANGE TURN
The bizarre abduction and reappearance of California mom Sherri Papini continues to have more questions than answers and some new strange details have come to light. As the Daily Mail reports, the Shasta County Sheriff’s Department has acknowledged that they are looking into reports that Papini authored a racist blog post that targeted Latinos.
An old post from a defunct website was uncovered, and that post was credited to Sherri Graeff, which just happens to be Papini’s maiden name. The bizarre post spews hatred in the direction of Latinos, and the author touts how proud she is to be white.
Sherri’s husband, Keith Papini, has blasted the reports that the blog post is somehow related to her abduction, saying that the “rumors, assumptions, lies, and hate” are nothing but “exhausting and disgusting” for the family.
Even Papini’s ex-husband, David Dreyfus, has come out in her defense.
“That post isn’t true, it was a prank by someone at high school, she never found out who did it. Sherri isn’t racist,” he says.
Nonetheless, the sheriff’s department has to follow any and all leads into this unusual case.
“We’ll definitely look in to it to see if it will have a nexus in the case, but it is very early on. This is an open and ongoing investigation,” said Shasta County Sheriff Tom Bosenko.
Strange post found using Sherri’s maiden name.