Cauley Photography in North Little Rock, Arkansas

Website: http://www.cauleyphotography.com/ (URL per her FB but it doesn’t work)
Blog: http://cauleyphotography.blogspot.com/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Cauley-Photography/260674073533?sk=timeline&ref=page_internal

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  • Celine (peaceetc)

    To CAULEY PHOTOGRAPHY IN NORTH LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS,

    Welcome to the world of being outed by Photo Stealers (Stop Stealing Photos). It is our goal to root out and put a stop to photography copyright infringement. Your outing is one step towards that goal. You used photos you were not authorized to use, which is illegal. You’re probably confused and angry, so let us try to help you get a handle on things by giving you a checklist of things you should be doing and not doing.

    Please do NOT do the following:

    1. React with anger, go into denial, or start in with the threats. We already have the evidence against you. The best thing you can do for you is to be honest and to deal with this head on.

    2. Flag comments on this listing. The mods will just put them back, so don’t waste your time.

    3. Lie or offer excuses. We have heard every excuse in the book (really, we have. One guy even blamed Obama.), and you will not come up with something we haven’t heard before. You are not a special snowflake. Nothing you can say will justify what you did, so don’t bother.

    4. Accuse us of slander (because nobody ever figures out it has to be verbal to be slander). We stick to the facts, and if something is publicly available, it’s fair game.

    5. Create fake accounts to defend yourself. We will see through it, and it’s just a waste of time.

    Please DO the following:

    1. Remove any and all stolen images immediately. That means now. Right now. And no, simply hiding them from public view doesn’t count. They need to be completely deleted.

    2. Apologize DIRECTLY to those from whom you have stolen (and tell the truth!), and offer monetary compensation. You used their images in a professional setting to try to make money, so you owe them that much.

    3. Hope they don’t sue you. Copyright infringement is illegal under the law, and you can be sued for thousands of dollars, if not hundreds of thousands of dollars, for EACH stolen image. Yes, seriously.

    4. Apologize publicly, on all the sites and social media accounts where the stolen work appeared. Again, you owe it to your clients, fans, friends, etc., to be honest.

    5. Learn about how copyright works. Look up the Digital Millenium Copyright Act. What you may think you know and what is actually the truth are probably two different things (as in: no, posting someone else’s photo as “inspiration” is not a valid reason, nor is it good enough to provide credit. If you don’t have express permission to post someone else’s image, then you don’t post it. That’s it, the end).

    6. DON’T STEAL. It’s not complicated — if you didn’t take a photo and don’t have permission to use it from the actual copyright holder, then don’t use it. It’s that simple. Yes, seriously. You claim to be a photographer, so why on earth would you want to use others’ images, anyway? How does that make sense?

    And remember:

    1. If you do it again, you will be caught. We go back and check old listings to make sure they haven’t started stealing again. And don’t forget — Google knows. Anytime someone searched for your business, this listing will come up.

    2. Think about the actual victims here (no, not you) — those whose images you stole. You screwed them over. And frankly, that’s a pretty damned crappy thing to do. And think about the clients you’ve mislead by presenting a false front. They’re victims, too.

  • You can’t fix stupid

    I call “my assistant” did that.

    • You can’t fix stupid

      And there will be no public apology.

    • Celine (peaceetc)

      I’m going for “inspiration” and she never claimed they were hers.

      • Marc W.

        You might be right, but I’ll go with she claiming she was hacked.

      • Jay Gough

        I messaged the photographer in question about one image that was taken from a friend of mine, and the inspiration excuse came up right away. She immediately removed that post. But then our benevolent Birthday girl did some more digging and found a lot more. I have screenshots of the conversation and the “abject” apology for using that “one image for inspiration”

        • Melinda Potter

          grrrrrrrrrr

        • Celine (peaceetc)

          Score.

        • barque

          Please post the screencaps, it will show consciousness of guilt, and her lame excuse (lie), for the record, permanently.

          • Jay Gough

            Nope. They are safe and sound however I won’t post them.

          • chuck knuckles

            You Tease! lol
            You tantalize us with fish stories about the big one you got on the hook, but won’t put the trophy on the wall. 🙁

          • Jay Gough

            Lol. I hear Ya. She’s been buried by PS…there’s identifying information for the photographer that was stolen from.

    • Me, Myself and I

      Do I hear a “She’s a good christian person who volounteers her services for cause a all the time!” sock puppet defence?

  • Celine (peaceetc)

    Oh, hey, she shoots on train tracks. That’s not incredibly dangerous and illegal or anything.

  • Point-click-steal

    Just when I thought I had finally caught up with this site, and might even be able to get a full night’s sleep… Boom… Another listing. This is turning into a love-hate relationship real quickly. And I agree… Definitely going to be an ‘Inspiration’ defense.

  • I don’t see this ever ending until the victims start suing the thieves and winning maximum damages, which I believe is over, $100,000 per image.

    That will be newsworthy.

    I’m unaware of any victims referenced on PS suing. The only successful copyright lawsuit I’m aware of is the Haitian earthquake case, photographer Daniel Morel vs Agence France-Presse and Getty etc

    • xma1e

      Completely agree, and people should stop pretending it’s some sort of “flattery”! You don’t think it’s flattering when you’ve been mugged or burgled, yet do when your work has been stolen.

    • Paul G.

      I might be mistaken, and if that is the case someone please feel free to correct me, but I believe one or two of the past thieves had been taken to court.

    • Me, Myself and I

      There’s been a few but they usually settle out of court with non-disclosure agreements so we don’t hear about it much.

      I had an article somewhere of a photographer who now makes more money suing infringes than he does with his actual photography … I’ll post if I can find it again.

      • BigAl

        There is a regular poster on POTN that claims this. But as you say they usually require an NDA, so he cannot actually prove this in a public forum.

        I guess it depends on if you want a big payday or not, but I think that most of the time the NDA’s are actually a bad thing for photography. If these agreements were to be made public it would have a much better long term effect for photographers in general. As the thieves would have a much better idea of the consequences of being caught out. This is especially true in the USA where for registered images you also effectively have punitive damages. Add in the removal of identifying marks @ $2500 to $25000 and it can soon mount up.

        It’s a shame that there is no association like the RIAA or BPA that can take action for all photographers in copyright cases. I guess since the photography trade is one of small businesses, that sort of “insurance” type system is not seen as worthwhile as it is likely to be a cost, with little benefit. Even if it were only US based, as the largest economy in the world it would still be useful. But only if it were easy to show what the “average” return for each case might be. It could also allow the pursuit of claims against those without the ability to actually pay out on any successful claim. When many of the offenders are people without the means of paying a claim, even where there is a registered copyright in the US, then lawyers are going to be reluctant to take the case on, as it will be unlikely that they will actually get paid.

        Alan

  • You can’t fix stupid

    FB is down – that was super quick

  • Point-click-steal

    Probably not the way she planned on spending her Friday night. Public outings, such as this, in our age of social media, can be equally, if not more damaging than a simple lawsuit with monetary damages. Most of these people must realize, or soon will, that stealing other people’s work is playing with fire. The short time I was able to browse her FB, it appears her business had been operating since 2010. Rebranding or recovering…neither will be very pleasant.

    • Celine (peaceetc)

      I always hope the knowledge that Photo Stealers is lurking out there and that people are paying attention will deter people from stealing photos. I guess some people didn’t get the memo.

      • Melinda Potter

        The memo is getting bigger and louder each and every day 🙂

    • You can’t fix stupid

      I can see a rebrand here.

    • Photo Stealers

      Not how I wanted to spend my birthday but so it goes.

      • Point-click-steal

        Well Happy Birthday still!

  • You can’t fix stupid

    It has been so quiet. No blaming or ranting and raving. Also no public apology. Hmmmm think she read the previous posts and decided to just hang low and do nothing. Her page hasn’t gone, just unpublished.

  • Point-click-steal

    It was late… She probably pulled fb, and went back to bed. And now she is deciding her options, and hopefully reading through the other businesses caught here, and realizing the obvious course of action. In a perfect world…

  • keca

    What a shame. Some of her stuff looks promising. She should’ve just been willing, like the rest of us who do this honestly, to put in the hard work, endless hours, tears, sweat, and sometimes literally blood to get to the skill level that she aspired to. Now she’s nothing more than a common thief. I almost feel sorry for her. Almost.

  • Putting your watermark on some else’s work never ceases to amaze me.

    • V323

      That is the one thing that raises my ire to explosive levels. The act is so purposeful, so deliberate, I have no sense of humor when one does that. You’re a lying, thieving, taint licking fuckwit when you put your watermark over the actual photographer’s work.

      • GlennMcQuaig

        Don’t hold back. Say how you really feel. 🙂

    • Kat Forsyth

      And putting it OVER the original watermark, but not even cloning that out properly, is just facepalmy.

      • Just a Girl

        The baby with the headband on… the original clearly says “Do not copy” So she stole it instead.
        BAD cloning to get rid of the original watermark! I actually wiped off my laptop screen thinking it was smudged!

  • Point-click-steal

    It appears that she (or an assistant lol) took that extra step of changing ribbon and hat colors on a few of the images as well. Tell me again how you were using them as inspiration? Inspired to remove watermarks, inspired to insert fraudulent watermarks and inspired to change ever-so-small details, some would say in an effort to evade detection? If your photographic inspirations causes you to break the law, deceive clients and misrepresent yourself, then perhaps you need to reconsider your profession, not to mention your ethics and conscience.
    But perhaps I’m totally off-base and it was the nefarious assistance, wicked webmaster or that damn hack group, Anonymous, who is ultimately responsible for these photos showing up in your business site. Unfortunately, we have to continue to speculate…
    But by all means, continue your silence, as the angry mob gathers more people and pitchforks outside your door. That way you’ll have even more search results linking back to this situation CAULEY PHOTOGRAPHY IN NORTH LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS.

  • captain-confuzzled

    stolen stuff on thumbtack too http://www.thumbtack.com/ar/sherwood/portrait-photographers/photography-services Originals: http://amrphotographystudio.com/ryland-class-of-2013/ and http://www.shutterstock.com/gallery-269026p1.html (as PS suggested, it is stock) (attachments) I just don’t get when people scatter a few stolen photos within a bunch of their own that are reasonably okay.

    • chuck knuckles

      I love leaving reviews on Thumbtack, with a link back here.

      She will surely be shutting it down shortly, as she’s obviously still trying to hide this as much as possible. She probably hasn’t tried googling Cauley Photography in North Little Rock yet…

      that should get her attention

      • BigAl

        Ouch. Cauley Photography in North Little Rock, got Photo Stealers as the number one hit when I just ran that search on Google. Not too sure if they take into account how often I’m on the PS site though. Especially as I use Chrome, and am logged into google when I use it, so that I see the same on my home computer and my Android phone using Chrome as the browser.

        • Melinda Potter

          Number one for me as well. It was like that this morning as well. I was trying to find a website for her, BAM photo stealer! First result, with only 6 or so comments here I believe

          • BigAl

            I guess Google must find PS to be one of those Highly Authoritative sites that their search algorithm likes so much. That and of course all of the links in Corey’s original blog post to the stolen images. Nothing like cross posting is there.

            Alan

  • Bart

    She really needs to work on those photoshop skills! Not very good at removing the real photographers watermarks

  • Point-click-steal

    Thumbtack… gone.
    And the wall of silence continues.

    • I dont mind a wall of silence… Shows obvious guilt and i font care for a “Billy”
      Sent from a iPhone, please excuse the brevity and typos.

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  • Point-click-steal

    Oh wow… Finally got behind a keyboard and not just my phone. What are the odds, given a fairly unique name, that her personal fb page, which is still up, might just have enough misdirection to not link with the person coming back on a few public databases, which leads to an interesting ‘professional status’. Whoops wait… Maybe not misdirection… Just a maiden name. Hmmm.
    Ha! Well shit… I think we have a winner. This is only 90% confirmed and I’ll be the first to delete it if I’m down a rabbit hole. But I don’t think I am. Imagine being outed here, for deception and theft while several sites currently refer your professional career as what is shown on the attached LinkedIn.
    See what happens when you don’t show up to your own party… We get bored and start digging and making wild assumptions.

    • barque

      Has anyone confirmed or disproved this?

    • Also curious if anyone has confirmed or disproved this? If it’s not confirmed, we should consider dropping it just to be safe.

  • You can’t fix stupid

    Found this stolen and added to her page http://yooying.com/rcauley#

    • You can’t fix stupid

      Stolen image used in advert

      • chuck knuckles

        It looks like she has been removing the fraudulent adds from her instagram.

        Note to Reba Cauley of Cauley Photography: Removing them does not make them go away! Your forehead is forever branded “THIEF” .

    • You can’t fix stupid

      Another stolen one used in an advert

    • You can’t fix stupid

      Oh my look at this another stolen one

  • You can’t fix stupid

    Instagram account and guess what? yip stolen images on this one https://instagram.com/rcauley/

  • Point-click-steal

    https://plus.google.com/115295664031892862619/posts

    Unfortunately I do not have the time, nor the level of expertise, I’m sure, to check listed photos. As it stands, I’m starting to hear grumbling from my family, although this sort of research is nothing new to them, and they realize once I have a few interesting tidbits, I have a hard time stepping away. I would most likely have not bothered with this intense of an inquiry (aka investigoogling here, I think) if this individual had simply taken this head-on. I haven’t even started to pull out my expertise and toys, and truthfully, I’d rather not electronically dissect this individual. I have better things to do with my time. But if you are reading this CAULEY PHOTOGRAPHY IN NORTH LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS, aka Reba Cauley, aka Reba P. Cauley, aka Reba Wonn Cauley. – please, rather than ignore this site, come forward and own your transgressions. We all expect our children to do this, right? It’s unfortunate, because you really do have a respectable following of clients who seem genuinely happy with your work, and a decent amount of time in the industry. Those clients, and future ones, will be much quicker to forgive someone who chooses to quickly and completely acknowledge this issue, remove and delete everything that should be, apologize, both to your victims and your clients, and learn from this mistake. Right now, this saga only grows longer, and more colorful, while you maintain your social media silence.

    • Photo Stealers

      The images there appear to be clean.

  • You can’t fix stupid

    Found her Twitter https://twitter.com/rwcauley

    • U Really That Dumb?

      Not touched since last March.

      • You can’t fix stupid

        But I still sent out a tweet. Just in case.

    • Point-click-steal

      Appears she locked her account down after your tweet?

      • You can’t fix stupid

        Looks like she deleted it totally.

  • Point-click-steal

    And for those wondering why research beyond just her photography business… given this individual has gone to great lengths to deceive and steal, it immediately calls into question that individual’s entire character and credibility. Using simply research methods, including the business owner’s publically available information, allows us to find additional sites that are still using stolen photos, not to mention some occasionally interesting insights into the thief. Think of it as if it were your credit card number…After finding your number on a hacker’s computer, wouldn’t you prefer that we make sure to find any and all possible locations where your credit card number is being illegally kept/used? Absolutely. It’s no different with a photographer’s stolen work.

  • Point-click-steal

    6 minutes ago…
    http://www.enjoygram.com/rcauley

    Maybe she is too busy to care.

    • Or hiding until it blows over… Rebranding is next.

      • Point-click-steal

        Problem with that, when you use your name as a business name it tends to become quite difficult to separate your past with your new brand…particularly as a photographer. People want to know your name, your story, your background. It’s a shame if she chooses this route.. Because it’s a hell of a lot easier to find and out someone’s attempt to rebrand as it is to go through the actual nightmare of rebranding. I’m still holding out that she will make an appearance, with a extravagantly crafted story of why she wasn’t able to post sooner, with a storyline of inspiration and ignorance and a half ass apology. But ya just never know… Could turn into Ms. Hyde just as easy.

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  • Point-click-steal

    I can’t decide whether to be incredibly disappointed and depressed, or completely incredulous and annoyed with this person. I just can’t wrap my head around how someone like this crosses that line, tells their integrity to take a hike, and with a click of a mouse, embarks on a journey to steal, bastardize, and publish other photographer’s work for personal glory and gain. Somewhere down deep these individuals have no respect for their own work, and through laziness or perceived inability, they decide to use someone else’s work, rather than get off their ass. Wtf? Reading all these posts, seeing all the legitimate pictures, comments, all the authentic material, and personal interactions… It starts to make me feel self conscious about putting this person under scrutiny. … And then I come across another stolen photo, being used in shameless self promotion, and my blood boils again.
    This is my first real-time, from the moment this person was listed here, interaction and involvement on these forums. I’ve lurked in the shadows for a while. My hats off to everyone here…this isn’t about making fun of someone, character assassination, bullying or being an asshole. There’s a part of me constantly wanting to rant and rave and thumb-thug at this idiot, or any other idiot who winds up here because of their own actions. Another part of me that wants desperately to see this person do what’s right and help restore a little faith in humanity. Then reality slaps me upside the head. Ugh.

  • Point-click-steal

    Ok… I’m over it. Just a momentary internal conflict. CAULEY PHOTOGRAPHY, aka Reba Cauley, aka Reba Wonn Cauley- simply taking your Cauley Photography Facebook page down isn’t going to cut it. Neither will this blow over if you hide and try to wait this out. Realize the example you are setting by your decision to not acknowledge this site and the evidence provided.

    • You can’t fix stupid

      She STILL has stolen work all over her pages. TAKE IT DOWN.

      • Celine (peaceetc)

        Wait, what? Still?? Seriously?? She’s had plenty of time to remove the stolen work. If she can’t do it today, then she needs to take everything down until she can. The longer she has it up, the worse it is for her, should any of the photographers decide to take her to court.

      • Point-click-steal

        She hasn’t logged into instagram for 2 days. I really didn’t feel her silence was because she was busily cleaning house.

  • Point-click-steal

    Facebook Cauley Photography North Little Rock Arkansas, Reba Cauley, Reba Wonn Cauley – Stop stealing photos of other photographers. Stop photoshopping watermarks out of stolen images, and replacing them with yours. Stop image manipulation of work that is not yours, and used to misrepresent your business. Have respect for your profession and community. Stop hiding. Take responsibility for your actions that have already been thoroughly documented. Set an example to the school kids you photograph, and to your family. This isn’t going away until you come forward. Honest.

    • Melinda Potter

      No, please! Don’t come forward! Don’t say a word. Just keep deleting and being quiet, and never steal the work of others again. That’s all I ask. No explaination or statement of any kind is needed. Clean up and shut up is THE perfect way to handle this. Yes, a person with decent scruples would publicly apologize without making excuses for their behavior, but a person of this caliber would never even think to use other people’s work to promote themselves to begin with.
      youre asking for something that is impossible for this fauxtographer to give. I’d rather have silence

      • Point-click-steal

        Excellent point, although I can’t help to wonder if images are being actually being deleted, particularly on her primary business front, Facebook, which has just been deactivated. One would speculate it couldn’t take that long to cleanup her site, and that it would be wise to have as little down time as possible. Has any checked with the photographers she stole from? If she’s made contact there, then I’d be a happy camper. My guess is she hasn’t, just from the fact that as soon as we mention a site here, it doesn’t take long for it to be deleted or removed. She’s obviously monitoring this thread. If she had made contact with her victims and started the repair process, someone would have already said something. Alas, you are probably all too correct in saying I am asking for something she isn’t capable of giving. Meanwhile, the Google hits continue to add up. Oh well… This is certainly a different scenario than most, no?

        • Melinda Potter

          It doesn’t feel different to me. The smart ones stay quiet. Ego and arrogance get in the way for a lot of them to follow through though. Most all the listings have some sort of “client”, “friend”, or “family member” come on and say somthing in their defense. What’s funny, most of the time when this happens, it’s only after deleting every comment or review leading to their posting here. How do these “clients” even know where to look or what’s going on, if the fraudographer relentlessly covered up their fraud? No, most times it’s themselves coming here defending, and it makes me giggle.
          Most all thrives have to be walked through the deleting process though. They start out only deleting the photos or copy mentioned thinking “they don’t know about the others” (well actually I don’t know what goes on in their heads) or “No, I’m keeping that ad, or those photos I found!”. They delete as its pointed out to them, instead of removing all the stolen work from all their accounts from the get go. Lmbo so stupid. Nah, this one is no special snowflake

          • Point-click-steal

            *sigh* I guess it still just completely blows my mind. I can’t imagine staying silent, even if I was busting ass to clean up my act behind the scenes. But I’ve never been accused of being able to keep my mouth shut in any situation, so there ya go. 🙂 Still learning the ropes here.

      • Celine (peaceetc)

        I’d rather they write to the people from whom they stole and apologize to them directly, and accept whatever consequences may come. It REALLY pisses me off when they fail to do this.

        I’d also rather they apologize to their clients and potential clients for misleading them, making them think she’s something she isn’t. But like you said, Melinda, it would take a person with decent scruples, and someone who steals in the first place isn’t that kind of person.

        People who steal photos need to know there are actual victims to their actions. I’m glad the stolen work appears to be down, but I feel sorry for the actual photographers and anyone misled by her actions.

        I’ve had my own work stolen, and it hurts. It’s also incredibly frustrating, especially when the person who steals refuses to acknowledge their actions.

  • Michael Goolsby

    CAULEY PHOTOGRAPHY, aka Reba Cauley, aka Reba Wonn Cauley… I see that, after numerous warnings and ample opportunities, you still have STOLEN photographs on your website. Not a problem. You see, your inaction simply guarantees that, whenever anyone searches for your business on the internet, they are going to learn that you are, in fact, a FRAUD. And that’s great. Well, not so great for you, but certainly great for THEM… because then they will be almost certain not to hire you, and you’ll be unable to rip them off.

    So, please, feel free to double down and stick with what you’ve been doing. You’ll probably see less business, of course… if you ever had any business at all in the first place, that is. And then one day you’ll have to just close down that business, sell all your gear, and then make up lies to tell yourself why you didn’t make it.

    In the meantime, let’s play a game! Try to see how long you can keep stolen images on your website before you either close your business or you get sued by the original photograph owners. It’ll be great fun for the whole family!

    Best of luck!

  • Point-click-steal

    Screenshot? Link is dead. The award was specifically for a stolen picture?

  • Point-click-steal

    Accepting awards and using stolen images on free advertising space, eh CAULEY PHOTOGRAPHY, REBA CAULEY, REBA WONN CAULEY? That takes a special sort of individual, with absolutely no integrity. I’m sure all of the Little Rock Arkansas Photographers really respect you, as these truths come to light. Excellent example you are setting for all the youth you also photograph, particularly those high school Seniors getting ready to embark into the real world. Absolutely amazing. Did your work with the Arkansas Secretary of State also provide you opportunities for similar dishonesty? One must ask these questions about your morals and character, don’t you agree? Time to completely close up shop, fraud. What might have been a mediocre business, at one time, should now be shuttered, and nothing but an embarrassment to you, and a warning to other thieves.

  • Ghost of PCS

    Since I can’t post a single post from point-click-steal here currently, because.. Well, I’m not real clear why, anyways… Here is food for thought, after seeing yet another perpetrator crying victim. See the attached instagram post, and remember, not once has she posted an acknowledgement or apology, anywhere. Cauley Photography… You think everyone here does this for fun? We “enjoy destroying someone else”? Have you considered, for one moment, that we actually find YOUR actions very “sad”, not to mention illegal and deceitful? I, for one, would rather spend my time taking photographs, however, because businesses like you, I also take time to post on this site, hopefully to help discourage other businesses from making the same mistake. Perhaps, had you actually confronted this head on… Like we suggested SEVERAL times, you wouldn’t be in the same position. Instead, this one instagram post is the most I’ve heard from you… And like many other thieves caught here, you whine about us destroying you. The truth of the matter is YOU made the decision to steal photos, remove watermarks, misrepresent your business, and deceive clients. WE did not put you in this situation. While playing the victim may be popular in our society, and an easy way to deflect responsibility, you’ll find no sympathy from me. I find your statement nauseating , and unfortunately, not very surprising.

    • barque

      I think this should count as the “but God” square on the bingo cards.

  • Point-click-steal

    Thanks PS! Issue resolved 🙂
    If only photo theft was resolved so quickly.

  • Point-click-steal

    Apparently it was too much work to clean up Cauley Photography’s Facebook page. I wonder if any photographers were contacted… I seriously doubt it. Just keep your head in the sand and wait for all this to blow over. Good luck with that.

    • Bart

      Is the facebook of CAULEY PHOTOGRAPHY IN NORTH LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS still up? I get a notice that it is not accessable.

      • Point-click-steal

        Correct, it is still down. That’s what I meant when saying it was too much effort to clean it up and put it back online. From the instagram posted below, she’s busy feeling sorry for herself.

  • Is anyone one of our investigooglers in the group??