Grigsby wrote a letter to local CBS affiliate in San Francisco KPIX in which he indicated his belief that the move against him was a “war on whites.” Grigsby wrote: “We are just a token in a much larger process of terrorizing white European Americans into silence in what has become known as the ‘war on whites.’ My campaign contribution was to one of the men supporting European civil rights.”
In a phone interview with the San Jose Mercury News, Grigsby appeared to defend his First Amendment rights. “They spread the gossip; they spread it as if it’s truth. All the things they called me: white supremacist, neo-Nazi, KKK — it’s all bullshit. My girlfriend and my former wife were both Chinese. Anybody who knows me, it’s like the United Colors of Benetton in our restaurant. We’ve had every ethnicity.”
A jealous girlfriend who posed as a fake police officer for more than two years to control her ex-boyfriend and ban him from seeing other women has been jailed.
Jilted Lauren Adderley, 21, used ‘sophisticated catfish style behaviour’ to convince her former partner Mitchell Lloyd, 22, he was part of a police investigation.
She made her ex believe he was subject to curfews, which restricted him from going to certain places and ‘completely ruined’ his social life.
Adderley, of Telford, Shropshire, admitted to impersonating a police officer and stalking and was jailed for nine months at Shrewsbury Crown Court today.
She was also barred from seeing her victim and told she could only use the internet on a device that could not delete internet history.
Adderley had pretended to be various officers to stop Mr Lloyd from seeing his own friends as well as other girls and threatened him with legal action if he did not comply.
She would also pretend to be her own friends and chastise him for seeing women when he tried to start up new relationships.
A court heard the former administration assistant – who lost her job on Thursday – had entered into a brief sexual relationship with Mr Lloyd in September 2014.
But he broke it off two months later at which point she told him she had previously been the victim of a crime.