I'd like Monkey C Media to find its conscience.
I'd like Monkey C Media to re-evaluate what it's doing by promoting a shameful, selfish "self-help guru" who is nothing but an opportunist who is vindictively taking advantage of her husband's suicide (a suicide that almost any dispassionate observer would say this opportunist had a hand in) and painting a false picture of herself as a victim and survivor.
I am speaking of Dianna Bonny, and her website, "Living Along the Fault Lines," which Monkey C Media's co-founder, Jeniffer Thompson is designing and publishing.
Monkey C Media is not paying attention to what is going on here. It's plain to see, Monkey C Media, if you look beyond the check that Dianna Bonny is writing you, that you are providing the platform for an opportunist and shameful promoter who is trying to turn her husband's suicide into a revenue stream for her future. You can pull the plug on that. And I urge you to.
Let's look beyond the exercise in creative writing that's being published on that website and directly at the facts of what went on:
1) Dianna Bonny served divorce papers on her husband, Nigel, together with a restraining order. The allegations she invented were untrue. She falsely accused him of child abuse, wife-beating, intent to kidnap and being capable of killing his own children, theft of $500,000 from his employer, alcoholism ... all false.
2) Nigel Bonny attempted suicide not once, but twice. The first time he was rescued by the local police after family members alerted them to the possibility. He was hospitalized but left. Although he was still on hospital medications, his doctors did not think he was a risk to others. But he was to himself. His second suicide attempt was successful. It happened on the day he received a restraining order, which denied him the use of his passport to travel to his family abroad and recover, as well as a 12-month course for wife battery. Not long after being served, he committed suicide and left behind a note saying he had been driven into a corner by his wife and could take no more. He obviously saw it as his only way out. He had an insurance policy with a suicide clause pay-out of $750,000. He left behind three children.
3) After Nigel's suicide, Dianna had him cremated with no service and withheld the ashes from his 80-year-old mother.
And now Dianna is using this horrible event as a springboard to her own revenue stream promoting a book she's writing about the incident. Why is she acting as if she's the victim in all this? She's trying to profit from her husband's suicide by turning herself into some sort of victim and survivor. What she really is, is a soul-less opportunist who is looking to brand herself as a self-help guru and turn her husband's suicide into her gravy train.
Jeniffer Thompson, co-founder of Monkey C Media – you can put an end to this by not allowing this shameless opportunist to continue. Shut down the website. You have the power.