Is there something within the DNA of a Jewish male that compels them to try and defile our women?
Is it something as intrinsically Jewish as fecal humor, genital mutilation, and blackmail?
My assumption is yes, and I highly urge all dads with daughters here on this site to at least explain to their children that if a beady-eyed, neurotic, and just downright creepy man approaches, run the other way.
Create some distance ASAP, and don’t try and go with the dude no matter what he promises or says with charming attitude.
Brittney Lewis was a 17-year-old model with dreams of becoming the next Elle Macpherson when, she says, magician David Copperfield drugged and sexually assaulted her.
It happened in 1988, Lewis said, after she competed in a modeling contest in which Copperfield was a judge. The photos above are from a videotape of the event obtained by TheWrap.
TheWrap spoke to Lewis’ best friend from high school, husband, ex-husband, and grandmother — her primary caretaker at the time — all of whom said Lewis told them decades ago about her accusations against Copperfield. A chiropractor said Lewis told her about the accusations three years ago, and Lewis said she reported them to the FBI in 2007. She said she is not seeking money from the magician or others.
This alone makes you think this woman is more than likely telling the truth.
Combined with what we already understand about Jews as a group collective, and I think something interesting may be afoot.
Copperfield’s lawyer, publicist, and manager did not respond to requests for comment Tuesday. But on Wednesday, Copperfield issued a statement on Twitter expressing support for the #MeToo movement while saying that he has been falsely accused in the past, and is about to “weather another storm.”
“Always listen, and consider everything carefully,” he wrote. “But please, for everyone’s sake, don’t rush to judgment.”
Look of the Year
Lewis said she met Copperfield soon after arriving in Atami, Japan, site of the “Look of the Year” modeling contest held by Elite Model Management in September of 1988.
Copperfield, one of the judges, was a superstar of magic after a decade of spectacular tricks that included making the Statue of Liberty disappear and then reappear and levitating over the Grand Canyon. His high-flying life would eventually include a reported $4 billion in ticket sales and relationships with models Claudia Schiffer and Chloe Gosselin.
Lewis said that soon after the “Look of the Year” contest, when she returned home to Utah, Copperfield invited her to one of his upcoming shows in California.
Since Lewis was still a minor, Copperfield asked permission from her grandmother, Patricia Burton, Lewis and Burton told TheWrap.
Burton said she was apprehensive at first.
“He said, ‘Don’t worry, I’ll take care of her,” Burton said. “I believed him. He was very charming.”
Jews can be charming and very persuasive at certain times – it seems to be an evolved mechanism that has allowed them to establish a hold over wary and semi-hostile Goyim.
A Jew will smile at you, pat you on the back, and tell you about how you’re best buds – all the while sneaking his knife (or his —) into a nice thrusting position.
After the show, Lewis said, Copperfield invited her to a bar. She said she had barely touched her drink when she noticed him pouring something into her glass.
“I asked, ‘What are you doing?’ and he said, ‘Oh, I’m just sharing,’” Lewis said.
Run, girl, run…
I feel like I’m reading a lousy horror novel right now.
She said she took a few sips after that and blacked out. The rest is hazy. She said she remembers bits and pieces of that night, mostly flashes of herself being carried out to a cab, and him inside her hotel room wearing a black robe with shoulder pads. She said she remembers him on top of her, kissing her, and his breath smelling bad. She said her room was connected to his by a door.
“I remember my clothes being taken off,” she said. “He was kissing my face and then I remember him starting to go down on my body with his face, and then, as soon as he started going down, I just completely blacked out.”
The next morning, she said, she woke up feeling sick and nauseated. Copperfield came in through the connecting door shortly after, she said.
“He wanted to me know that nothing happened because I was underage,” she said. “He said: ‘I didn’t enter you.’”
“Yes, Shiksa, trust me on this one.”
“Everything including the roofie, the bad breath, and the groping was nothing more than an illusion – do I need to remind you I’m the greatest (((magician))) ever seen?”
She said that before she left, Copperfield made her write a letter saying she was okay.
“My therapist later told me that he made me write a contract to keep me quiet,” she said.
This pretty much convinces me – only a Jew would be devious enough to make an unwilling sex conquest sign a contract of health.
Still, I suppose Lewis should be thankful that Copperfield didn’t make her disappear – and not like his weird stunt objects.
You gotta remember that this happened in the 1980’s, there were no cell phones or email accounts, and a near-billionaire Jew was holding all the cards in a city that was/is one of his people’s provincial capitals.
A recipe for even more tragic disaster if you ask me.