Her Story Is As Real As The Meat In A Fast Food Hamburger

Last Updated on: 20th October 2014, 02:57 pm

Last week, you all heardthe amazing story of Kimesa Smith.If you’ve somehow managed to forget, she’s the one who busted up the Burger King during spring break after being dissatisfied with the service.

Believe it or not, things have just taken another twist. Turns out that Kimesa Smith didn’t trash any restaurant,Nekiva Vonte Hardy did. Kimesa Smith is an acquaintance of Hardy and was quite surprised to hear that she had been in Florida raising hell, mostly because she’s currently on probation and can’t leave the state of Alabama without permission.

Along with the fake name, Hardy also gave the police a bogus age and home address. She reportedly told them that she was 23, a myth that had already been debunked by the time I wrote last week’s post.

By the way, if you’re going to do the alias thing, go all the way with it. Giving out email addresses to reporters with your real name in them is just asking for trouble.

At the conclusion of a telephone interview last week, “Smith” asked a reporter to send her an e-mail with a link to the TSG story about her arrest. She provided an address with “nekivahardy” in it. Asked about the address, she claimed that it was the name of her grandmother, who had recently died, and she was using it as a tribute.

And here’s a surprise. Hardy has been arrested before. More than once. cocaine possession, criminal mischief, and hindering prosecution. Those are the ones listed, but who knows, there could be more.

Speaking of more, the list of charges over the Burger King incident has been updated. It’s now felony criminal mischief, two counts of misdemeanor battery, disorderly conduct and resisting arrest. And now that the not being who she said she was thing is out in the open that list is likely to grow a bit more, though it hasn’t yet.

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