A local Indiana pizza shop "Memories Pizza" has closed down after coming under fire from Liberals and LGBT communities after an interview Co-owner Crystal O'Connor which she said that she would refuse to cater a gay wedding. The supporters of the local Pizzeria has now raised $842,387 online in just 4 days.
"Donations are now closed. Grand total of $842,387 raised for #MemoriesPizza. You stood in the gap with them. Thank you!"
Lawrence Jones created the fund-raiser, he is a regular contributor for conservative radio program, "The Diana Show," which is publicly backing O'Connor's family.
"All money, save whatever percentage GoFundMe takes, will be transferred directly to whichever bank account the O'Connors wish to use," according to Lawrence.
In a related news, A bitter CBS Affiliate Employee is now being investigated for a bogus fraud report against ‘Memories Pizza’ GoFundMe and she even had the gall to brag about it on Social Media.
Alix Bryan works as a social media person for WTVR-TV (CBS affiliate in Richmond, Virginia), she filed a fraud report to GoFundMe against Memories Pizza and brag about it on Twitter:
I have reported the GoFundMe for Memories Pizza for fraud. Just in case. http://t.co/ET0kGL0OWL
— Alix Bryan (@alixbryan) April 1, 2015
Then when someone confronted her asking why she filed a fraud complaint without basis, she replied with a lie “Also, that is totally acceptable to do. I also did research afterward and contacted person who started fund. @LilacSundayBlog @CBS6”, Lawrence Jones (the guy who started the fund) Tweet back and accused her of lying.
So, is this what she do in WTVR make up fake news report?