Exclusive: Michael Straus Writes An Open Letter To One Direction’s Louis Tomlinson’s Alleged Baby Mama Briana Jungwirth
After a frustrating and emotional battle, Michael Straus is now reaching out to Louis Tomlinson‘s alleged baby mama Briana Jungwirth
After a frustrating and emotional battle, Michael Straus is now reaching out to Louis Tomlinson‘s alleged baby mama Briana Jungwirth with a letter. In the letter, Straus unloads his frustrations about what Jungwirth has put him through, and makes no bones about how he’s feeling over the whole thing.
Michael Drops the Mic
In honor of our country’s national nightmare finally coming to an end, I too would like my personal nightmare to also come to an end. I am emailing you to let you know I am dropping my law suit for the $5,000 you defrauded from me. I’m doing this because not only are you broke and have terrible credit, your only income is your son’s child support money.
I know you don’t mind treating Freddie like your personal cash register and regularly blow his child support money on all your insecurities, I do mind. I don’t want to take anything from that poor little boy. To go along with the endless line of men you continue to parade through his world, simply having you as his mom is going to make life extremely difficult for him.
I also know I can’t shame, embarrass or expose you any further, because you have no shame. Congratulations, you scammed Louis and me. I’m gonna look at the $5,000 as the cost of getting you out of my life. Now you get to walk around for the rest of your life with those ridiculous implants inside of you, always keeping a piece of me close to your heart. Consider them an early wedding gift.
You might be able to fool Instagram and temporarily hide your borderline personality disorder from that poor S.O.B. fiancé of yours, but like I exposed to the world what an ungrateful, narcissistic, troubled woman you are, he will soon realize that as well. Maybe he’ll at least enjoy the contributions I unwittingly made to your physical appearance before that happens.
You are my life’s biggest mistake. Let’s hope I’ve learned my lesson.
P.S. In case your white trash family is reading this, I’d like to congratulate them on their nice work raising such a princess.
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