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Posted: 10/3/2011 10:00:14 AM EDT
Background: Jessie Slaughter (real name Jessica Leonhardt and formerly known as KerliGirl13[1] on YouTube) is a Florida teenager whose attention-seeking behaviors in her YouTube videos caused her to become the target of a 4chan raid, resulting in a rage-fueled and ill-advised retort from her father that became the subject of image macros and remix videos.

On July 10th
, StickyDrama user tdomf_e8e13[4] posted an accusation[16] that the vocalist of electronica band Blood On The Dance Floor[2] (BOTDF) Dahvie Vanity was supposedly involved with Jessi:

By this point, Jessi Slaughter was already making a name for herself as a micro-celebrity in StickyDrama community after posting several inappropriate images and videos of herself via her MySpace

Anonymous soon uncovered her personal information including phone number, address and her Twitter account, which were released on various Anon-affiliated websites like PartyVan. The trolls soon began flooding the Leonhardts’ house line with prank calls while others sent her hate e-mails. Despite this, Jessi continued taunting the trolls with a newly created Tumblr blog.

In the Stickycam video uploaded on July 15th, Jessi is seen answering the phone for the prank call[9] recorded above. At the beginning of the video, she is quoted as saying “any type of fame, I’ll take.”

Following the relentless waves of harassment carried out by the trolls, Jessi posted a tearful response video on YouTube, in which her father Gene Leonhardt suddenly comes into the shot and delivers an angry rant.

Unwittingly, he delivered a highly exploitable speech that quickly became adapted into catchphrases and image macros including “You done goofed,” “backtraced,” “cyberpolice,” and “consequences will never be the same.” Shortly after, single serving sites like YouDunGoofd.com[19] and BecauseIBacktracedIt.com[12] were launched.

July 16th, 2010,
baseless rumors of “Jessi Slaughter Given PCP by Her Father”[6] began to rise rapidly on YouTube and Google Trends. The malicious hoax was picked up by social bookmarking services and blogs, where it was soon revealed as mere disinformation propagated by the trolls using tactics like Googlebombing.

July 18th-Police Investigation
According to Jessi’s mom, Dianne Leonheardt, in addition to the prank calls placed after her phone number was spread on the internet, the family began receiving death threats. Because of this, Gawker[21] reported on the evening of that Jessi had been placed under police protection soon after the video went viral. The local sheriff has begun a criminal investigation into this calls and a court has ordered her to stay off the internet until at least July 21st. In addition, the family is currently under constant police surveillance.

Child Abuse Charges

August 2,2010 http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=kOD5Rp1F5Rs
Dad argues with Jessi and slaps here -vid recorded by other chat user...

On March 25th, 2011, The Daily What[20] reported that Gene Leonhardt appeared in court to plead not guilty to child abuses charges. He was released on a $5000 bond.

According to an official report[22] filed by a Marion County Sheriff’s Office deputy, Loenhardt supposedly slapped Jessica in the mouth during a heated argument, causing her to bleed. Leonhardt, who police say appeared intoxicated, claims he struck his daughter after she punched him, and that the blood on her face was “theatrical blood.

July 22nd
Jessi appeared on Good Morning America to discuss how the reaction to her videos has changed her life and revealed she would begin counseling

August 5th, 2010,
Jessi uploaded a new video to YouTuber user KelcieKittyKat’s channel where she explains that she is starting a clothing line:

August 11th, 2011, YouTube user HiroKasumi uploaded a video titled “Jessi Slaughter Apologies [2011]” where Jessica apologizes to the band Blood on the Dance
Floor for accusing them of rape. She claims she is currently in foster care after going through several mental institutions. The video is recorded by a friend of hers since she has no computer privileges

August 14th, 2011,
Jessi’s mother posted a status update on her Facebook account claiming that her husband Gene Leonhardt passed away on August 11th, the same day her apology video was uploaded, due to a massive heart attack.
According to an obituary in the West Virginia Gazette[17], a Gene C. Leonhardt died on August 11th, 2011.
Link Posted: 10/3/2011 10:05:53 AM EDT
He did seem a bit high strung.

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Link Posted: 10/3/2011 10:07:24 AM EDT
[Last Edit: 10/3/2011 10:24:14 AM EDT by SurvivingAZ]
goodnight sweet prince

Link Posted: 10/3/2011 10:15:37 AM EDT
Didn't see the video but I'd never arrest a parent for slapping their child here.
Link Posted: 10/3/2011 10:19:18 AM EDT
The wonders of the internet.
Link Posted: 10/3/2011 10:26:38 AM EDT
and for those of us that avoid those bullshit sites and morning/news shows... somebody done dragged it in here...

hell... at least it kicks up the post count huh?
Link Posted: 10/3/2011 10:30:08 AM EDT
Reading that was two minutes wasted. WGAF
Link Posted: 10/3/2011 10:30:37 AM EDT
Originally Posted By Notched:
and for those of us that avoid those bullshit sites and morning/news shows... somebody done dragged it in here...

hell... at least it kicks up the post count huh?

Apparently you're not very good at avoiding them.
Link Posted: 10/3/2011 10:31:30 AM EDT

Originally Posted By Sumo:
Reading that was two minutes wasted. WGAF

Link Posted: 10/3/2011 10:36:17 AM EDT
When white trash and the interwebz collide.
Link Posted: 10/3/2011 10:45:40 AM EDT
Originally Posted By Sumo:
Reading that was two minutes wasted. WGAF

thank you for saving me the time
Link Posted: 10/3/2011 4:50:03 PM EDT
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