Monday, October 4, 2010

Breana Greathouse's mother also accused of threatening man her daughter allegedly drove to Iowa to kill

Posted By on Mon, Oct 4, 2010 at 12:00 PM

click to enlarge An Internet flame war got Breana Greathouse and her mom in trouble.
  • An Internet flame war got Breana Greathouse and her mom in trouble.

I thought the story of the woman who drove from Kansas City to Ottumwa, Iowa, to kill a guy who posted mean shit about her on the Internets couldn't get more embarrassing. Oh, yes. Yes it did.

Susan Greathouse, the mother of Breana Danielle Greathouse, is accused of calling the guy whose life her daughter threatened and also threatening him. Bad idea.

Breana Greathouse allegedly wanted to kill Forrest Jamison for posting a mean video online calling her "fat" (among other things) and photoshopping her head onto a photo of a terrorist holding a disembodied head. The 25-year-old woman wasn't amused and showed up at Jamison's doorstep with a gun in her hand and shouting threats last Wednesday.



She didn't kill him, and the authorities arrested her and later charged her with going armed with intent, carrying a weapon, and first-degree harassment.

Hours later, the cops also arrested Susan Greathouse for allegedly

telling Jamison, "I'm not your friend. I'm just calling to make sure

you're home," the Star reported.

Jamison apparently considered that threatening enough to call the cops,

who arrested the 50-year-old mother.

Mother and daughter posted

bond and were released.

Note to readers: If you're posting comments below, consider being kind

given that Greathouse is allegedly willing to go to some great lengths

to silence mean people.

H/t: The

Heartland Connection

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