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Jamie Marchi is an anime voice actress who claims she has been the victim of sexual harassment at the hands of Vic Mignogna. She has been one of the more prominent Kickvic supporters, infamously stating that she wanted Mignogna's head and balls. She is one of the defendants in Mignogna's first round of lawsuits, with Funimation, Monica Rial and Rial's fiancee Mr./Ms. Ronald Toye III being the other defendants. Marchi had a habit of saying some really stupid things once in a while. Case in point:
After it became clear that Mignogna was going to be pursuing legal action, Marchi had appeared to go quiet about the case on social media and in general, had smartened up on the matter.
Until yesterday, when it was discovered in legal documents that Marchi had been actively dodging attempts to be served:
Since knowledge of her attempts to dodge service was made public, Marchi has taken to Twitter to justify her actions, doing a very poor job in the process:
Marchi's lawyer is Samuel H. Johnson of Johnson & Sparks, based in Plano, Texas.
Johnson & Sparks PLLC, Plano, Texas. 380 likes. Johnson & Sparks PLLC is a full-service business law firm guiding businesses and individuals everywhere along the spectrum of their legal needs.
Sam's personal Facebook account:
Marchi has a fiance, Jack Bishop. She is stepmom to his two daughters, Seraphina and Callista.
Let me know if I've missed anything of note.
"Cucked by a Chicken Sandwich"?
On November 5, 2019, Marchi retweeted a tweet from National Public Radio that featured a link to an article on the #MeToo movement (one that her story was featured in):
The tweet received over 1,000 likes and 137 retweets.
The NPR tweet itself received 742 likes and 239 retweets:
“It's been two years since the #MeToo movement took off. But what's happened with the women who spoke out? Many say on one hand, there's relief and solidarity to be found in talking openly. On the other, it often takes a great emotional and financial toll. https://t.co/ax6uwINGol”
archived 26 Mar 2020 04:00:34 UTC
What happened to the people who shared their stories amid the #MeToo movement? Many say they've paid a high emotional and financial cost for discussing their sexual harassment cases.
Four days, Vic Mignogna (the guy she #MeToo'd) made a tweet about eating a Popeye's chicken sandwich:
“Finally! I got the increasingly rare opportunity to have the legendary Popeyes chicken sandwich! Spicy of course :-)”