>TFW the thread you created about an entitled dumbarse starts getting attention because it turns out she's possibly violent to her parents and potentially committing some serious fraud.
Shopping people to the DWP is an asshole move. There are procedures in place to identify fraudulent claimants, and I don't think she's going to be able to get past them.If Abby were someone I knew IRL or a friend/coworker/in a college class with me, I would absolutely shop her to the DWP. I'm not saying I'm going to - like I said, I'd do it to someone I knew in real life, but cows are just so much fun to watch, I'm not going to ruin that - but the fact she is so obviously lying is nuts.
A lot of people in the UK will have had some experience of the benefits system, either directly or indirectly, because benefits also tie into provision of pensions, stuff like that. Personally, I've never had any issue with getting whatever help I may have needed. Sure, it's a hassle to go to medicals/provide docs and paperwork and supporting evidence. And yes, the system is designed to weed out malingerers and fake claims. But just having EDS is not grounds to get dat sweet DWP tugboat.
My guess is this:Abby also has developmental issues and a major personality issue, which is the real crux of any claim. Also, muh ortizzmz. That's not an automatic in to a claim either, but if her Mum has put it into writing, sent to a local authority that her sweet, widdle so spechul preshus giwwie is so violent she cannot remain in the familial home, then that will help a little as well.
I dunno, I guess I'm waiting til it all starts to crash around Abby's ears.
The poor pup is back at the vets again, I seriously hope she doesn't pass away the poor thing. Abby should have rehomed it as soon as she knew she was going to be homeless because that dogs immune system is fucked. It was out at shops on the floor before it had even had them.
Of course she doesn't. A dead through neglect dog won;t get her asspats and attention, will it?
I know Sarah-Jean of the general munchie thread had a girlfriend/ex girlfriend who tried to start a shelter program and killed like 90 animals was still able to get some asspats. Who knows, dear Abby could also stage a little "accident" for the dog. Who knows how malicious she truly is.
It's almost like Abby's not qualified to get an assistance dog...
i don't understand why someone would consider getting a literal puppy/foal/baby anything(because the ada is super unclear about what type of animal can qualify as a service animal).
I was just doing a google news search for Abby, and there's a lot there. The interesting thing though is there's practically nothing since late 2018, around about the same time as this thread kicked into gear.
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At one point BBC online and national and local press were covering her, but not anymore. Kiwi Farms now pops up as the number 1 search result for her name.
These are mostly about cafes etc not letting her unregistered assistance dog in. Fun fact! In the UK, dogs have to be provided or trained by a registered assistance dog charity, despite some owner-training advocates insisting that this isn't actually the case under the Equalities Act (spoiler: it still is). She's only getting apologies and backtracking from them because she went to the press.
At this point I doubt she needs an assistance dog. She's happily left Chloe the family pet with her parents, and a puppy in training won't have any of the skills she apparently needs from a dog to help her yet. Most people who are retiring an assistance dog that they actually need will train the puppy alongside the still-working dog, so they don't go unsupported while the new dog learns the ropes.
As for PIP, I wonder if it's been a few years since she was assessed. They tend to be slightly more lenient on young people whose parents come with them assessments and advocate on their behalf, less so on adults who are managing to live independently and without care. And they will absolutely ask which charity "provided" her dog.
Fun fact: in the uk dogs can be owner trained, they don't need to be provided by a registered charity at all. I'm all for hating on shitty handlers like abby but pls don't spread misinformation ♡