Victim Shaming & Slander Game Against #MeToo Movement in Fresno/Clovis Brought To You By FieldHouse559 & Jennifer Willis @Jennsfourlove (Fresno)

NOTE: This story was created to slander Chris Roup, who has a current temporary restraining order against Louis. C Brosi. There is a court date for a permanent restraining order.

Louis C Brosi had a restraining order on him previously as well. Others have been attempted, and then settled out of court and silenced. 

This post on the fake news site CaNewsDome.net is in response to the #metoo movement in Fresno/Clovis that has launched to stop the money & power people from covering up and benefiting from their sins.

jenniferwillis

Jennifer Willis of Field House 559

  • Jennifer Willis is the business partner of Louis C Brosi and they run Fresno FieldHouse 559.
  • This restaurant is tied deeply with Clovis Unified baseball and host many sports celebrations for the Clovis Unified teams.
  • Mentioned, and quoted, but not named are Jennifer Willis, Clovis Community, Little League Baseball President (It is NOT the current Little League Baseball President. He has said it is not his quote. Maybe a previous president?) and, of course, Field House 559.
  • Currently, Louis C Brosi has a TRO in place. 
  • The CA NEWS DOME DNS was purchased June 18, 2018. 
  • Stories were published on the site and manually back-dated to look like the site had been around for a longer period of time.
  • Templates on site are basic templates used for Wix and other build-your-own sites.
  • News quality of the site is elementary at best. Videos created are by amatuer and 6-th grade students have done better for their schools morning bulletins.
  • This is not a real news/anything site.
  • The site was built to slander Chris Roup.
  • Sponsored ad was paid on Facebook to promote this slander.

Local woman adorned, but a girlfriend scorned uses ‘#MeToo Movement’ platform to get back at cheating ex-lover

June 29, 2018

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California News Dome Newswire

FRESNO, CA— “#MeToo,” is a phrase that was popularized by actress Alyssa Milano when she encouraged women to tweet about it and “give people a sense of the magnitude of the problem.  It became a hashtag that would spread virally on social media, October 2017 to an international movement against sexual harassment and assault.

     According to Boston Globe October 2017 article, the original purpose of “#MeToo” as used by Tarana Burke in 2006, was to empower women through empathy, especially young and vulnerable women.  It wasn’t until after millions of people started using the phrase, and it spread to dozens of other languages, the purpose changed and expanded.

    However, the charges to men who are becoming erroneously victimized by “#MeToo” Movement exploiters has expanded as well.

     A Vox article Apr 5, 2018 explored this and found that 63 percent of the women surveyed were very or somewhat concerned about false accusations, and 56 percent were worried about perpetrators getting the same punishment for different misdeeds.

     An even greater concern amongst several women in the focus group expressed worry that men in their families — men they described as caring and respectful of women — would be falsely accused or otherwise harmed as a side effect of #MeToo … and this is where Part 1 of our investigative report begins, in Fresno, CA.

     From botched relationships, money schemes to manipulation, a few women spoil it for those who truly are victims of sexual abuse and harassment—so what happens when these types of women have gone too far?

     Such is the case found with mental health worker, Christina Valdez-Roup, who has been executive director of the local Fresno, CA affiliate of National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) since 2014.

     NAMI, a community benefit organization, is provided to communities at no cost and delivered from a lived-experience perspective, providing education, support & advocacy for all people affected by mental illness, according to the website.

     In the work world, Valdez-Roup appears to be genuine; NAMI, tends to hire individuals who have experienced mental illness, such as her, or dealt closely with a family member suffering from it.  Valdez-Roup has openly expressed her several suicide attempts and other challenges she continues to work on daily.

     She also prides herself on being a part of the cohort of mental health training and education support to law enforcement agencies, criminal justice system, local school districts to teachers, administrators and students, and faith communities to raise awareness for mental health and reduce stigma of mental illness.

     In fact, Valdez-Roup would seem like the role-model citizen:  she serves as a board member for Central Valley Children’s Services Network, NAMI California, California CIT Association, active member of the Maternal Wellness Coalition, Fresno County Suicide Prevention Collaborative, California Perinatal MH Collaborative, and FUSD Health & Human Services Career Pathway subcommittee. Valdez-Roup is certified in Crisis Intervention Training for Law Enforcement and Adult & Youth Mental Health First Aid.

     However, that is not where this story falls short; Valdez-Roup’s erratic public behavior and email habits tell a different story about her personal life she chose to reveal very publicly, from disrupting her son’s little league game over a past flame, to perilously stalking that same ex-lover and his wife outside of their house in the wee hours of the morning.

     Is this a game?  A mental set-back, or very real for Valdez-Roup?

     After all, she does have a Bachelor of Science degree in marketing from the University of South Carolina, so it would not be too far-fetched to assume she knows the right strategies to grasp the attention of innocent sympathizers.

     The California News Dome received several scoops of information from Fresno, CA witnesses subjected reluctantly to the mass “ccd” email rants from Valdez-Roup or social media, soap-box speeches surrounding her troubled life; we found it necessary to dig a little deeper.

     Stay with us as we explore the depths of Valdez-Roup’s mindset and raved hunger for the public to notice.

source: https://www.canewsdome.net/single-post/2018/06/29/Local-woman-adorned-but-a-girlfriend-scorned-uses-%25E2%2580%2598MeToo-Movement%25E2%2580%2599-platform-to-get-back-at-cheating-ex-lover


Part 1: ‘#MeToo’ local community supporter could be taking advantage of the movement’s cause

June 21, 2018

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California News Dome Newswire

Local mental health advocate Christina Valdez-Roup uses social media as a tool to oust partner in failed relationship

FRESNO, CA— “#MeToo,” is a phrase that was popularized by actress Alyssa Milano when she encouraged women to tweet about it and “give people a sense of the magnitude of the problem.  It became a hashtag that would spread virally on social media, October 2017 to an international movement against sexual harassment and assault.

     According to Boston Globe October 2017 article, the original purpose of “#MeToo” as used by Tarana Burke in 2006, was to empower women through empathy, especially young and vulnerable women.  It wasn’t until after millions of people started using the phrase, and it spread to dozens of other languages, the purpose changed and expanded.

    However, the charges to men who are becoming erroneously victimized by “#MeToo” Movement exploiters has expanded as well.

     A Vox article Apr 5, 2018 explored this and found that 63 percent of the women surveyed were very or somewhat concerned about false accusations, and 56 percent were worried about perpetrators getting the same punishment for different misdeeds.

     An even greater concern amongst several women in the focus group expressed worry that men in their families — men they described as caring and respectful of women — would be falsely accused or otherwise harmed as a side effect of #MeToo … and this is where Part 1 of our investigative report begins, in Fresno, CA.

     From botched relationships, money schemes to manipulation, a few women spoil it for those who truly are victims of sexual abuse and harassment—so what happens when these types of women have gone too far?

     Such is the case found with mental health worker, Christina Valdez-Roup, who has been executive director of the local Fresno, CA affiliate of National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) since 2014.

     NAMI, a community benefit organization, is provided to communities at no cost and delivered from a lived-experience perspective, providing education, support & advocacy for all people affected by mental illness, according to the website.

     In the work world, Valdez-Roup appears to be genuine; NAMI, tends to hire individuals who have experienced mental illness, such as her, or dealt closely with a family member suffering from it.  Valdez-Roup has openly expressed her several suicide attempts and other challenges she continues to work on daily.

     She also prides herself on being a part of the cohort of mental health training and education support to law enforcement agencies, criminal justice system, local school districts to teachers, administrators and students, and faith communities to raise awareness for mental health and reduce stigma of mental illness.

     In fact, Valdez-Roup would seem like the role-model citizen:  she serves as a board member for Central Valley Children’s Services Network, NAMI California, California CIT Association, active member of the Maternal Wellness Coalition, Fresno County Suicide Prevention Collaborative, California Perinatal MH Collaborative, and FUSD Health & Human Services Career Pathway subcommittee. Valdez-Roup is certified in Crisis Intervention Training for Law Enforcement and Adult & Youth Mental Health First Aid.

     However, that is not where this story falls short; Valdez-Roup’s erratic public behavior and email habits tell a different story about her personal life she chose to reveal very publicly, from disrupting her son’s little league game over a past flame, to perilously stalking that same ex-lover and his wife outside of their house in the wee hours of the morning.

     Is this a game?  A mental set-back, or very real for Valdez-Roup?

     After all, she does have a Bachelor of Science degree in marketing from the University of South Carolina, so it would not be too far-fetched to assume she knows the right strategies to grasp the attention of innocent sympathizers.

     The California News Dome received several scoops of information from Fresno, CA witnesses subjected reluctantly to the mass “ccd” email rants from Valdez-Roup or social media, soap-box speeches surrounding her troubled life; we found it necessary to dig a little deeper.

     Stay with us as we explore the depths of Valdez-Roup’s mindset and raved hunger for the public to notice.


A final factor may suggest local scorned girlfriend used ‘MeToo Movement’ to ruin boyfriend

July 3, 2018

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California News Dome Newswire

Valdez-Roup’s intentions could prove to be hurting women throughout the ‘MeToo Movement’

 

FRESNO, CA— As the “#MeToo Movement” continues to be a prevalent platform for women who have been sexually abused, violated or inappropriately handled by a male aggressor, a select few would rather use it as a possible platform to bring down a male counterpart responsible for a bad relationship, (read Part 2 here for more backstory details to this story.) 

     California News Dome has been conscientiously examining the serious domestic abuse claims of Christina Valdez-Roup, tipped by female concerned citizens who were fearful of being named or shamed by local supporters of the “MeToo Movement” platform.

     Mental health professional Valdez-Roup has had readers on the edge of their seats, actively engaged to sleuth whether the claims are real against ex-lover and local business owner, Louis Brosi, who has suffered emotional and financial loss due to the determined, irreverent ex-lover.

     A final email letter source from Valdez-Roup forwarded to our news team suggests that her actions this time may have been way over the top.

     In 2016, a high school head baseball coach in the local area from where Brosi is the club booster president, sent a mass email to all parents and staff during the holiday season about the upcoming 2017 season.  The email also listed the upcoming parent meeting.

     Valdez-Roup then proceeded to return the same email in a “reply-all” state, addressing the coach and all the families attached to the mass email with a very long email explanation as to why she would not be attending the mandatory parent meeting.

      “This message is to clearly to inform you all that Louis Brosi is not to have any contact with me or my family in any way…I am sending this to everyone because it will take all of you to be aware of my request…As much s I would LOVE to be a part of the baseball program, I cannot get involved at the capacity in which I have always wanted as long as Louis Brosi is a present and involved… some history to help you all understand my message … Louie and I have been involved in a relationship for years.  I’ll spare you the details … I will not willingly maintain our relationship now that I’ve been made aware that he has misrepresented his marriage, again…”

The exasperating email continues to go into details about Valdez-Roup’s rocky relationship and her attempt to keep her mental illness at bay through it all.

     What is also disturbing was another document sent to us which was a harassment report from 2013 where Valdez-Roup made several attempts to reach the wife of Brosi at her home at 4:00 AM, refusing to leave the outside of the house until she could talk to her, screaming profanities, ringing the doorbell multiple times until her request be met.  The local police department were called to the incident, which was already on file from Valdez-Roup’s previous attempts to talk to Brosi’s wife.

     A final attempt for Valdez-Roup to gain community support in 2018 for her lasting emotional hurt via social media involved close co-workers and friends.  Another document given showed an excerpt from website “International Badass Activist,” where a co-worker exploited Brosi in regards to his donations to the Marjoree Mason Center.

 

 

     “Why is an abuser allowed to host fundraiser for Marjoree Mason Center and get social kudos?  Why? #metto/FieldHouse.”

     The supportive co-worker named Eve then continued to post to the Marjoree Mason Center and Brosi’s business home page, “WTF, seriously? The owner of —-Louis C. Brosi—ws arrested for physically assaulting his girlfired in 2014.  Had a RO for a year, NOW has another one for continued abuse.  Does Marjaree Mason Center know they are working with an abuser here?  That’s tainted donations right there …”

     The same co-worker proceeded to begin a threatening social media thread toward the female business partner, using the #MeToo Movement platform:

     “mmm@jennsfour—- and @—– the #metoo movement is coming to you.  I am not putting up with victim shaming, gaslighting and worse @— (hashtag location of  Brosi’s business) rotten humans who own this place.  I know who you are–and I know you know me.  I get around these parts … So @Jennsfour—-, I’m learning all about what a bitch you are –how dare you — you are on my fu–ing campaign to bring the #metoo campaign to (hashtag school location affiliated with Brosi) and the baseball coach–with my twist.  Get ready, incoming.  You tragedy of a woman. *grin* Oh yea, I’m Eve. fu–u.”

4/7

    As the saga continues, now Brosi’s business partner is seeking a restraining order against Valdez-Roup for the continued harassment and appearances at their place of business; she has also been found stalking the location late night when the business partner is present.  ​

     Coincidentally, the supportive co-worker, Eve Reiland, who is doing the negative social media campaigning against Valdez-Roup’s ex-lover, is married to the attorney William L. Reiland who is currently helping on the defense of Valdez-Roup with her restraining order cases.

Legal stakes or formidable Rottweiler steak-chow?

     Is it possible that Valdez-Roup could face legal charges for past resentments of her failed relationship?  Could fraudulent misrepresentation play a role in her demise?

      According to legal match.com, fraudulent misrepresentation occurs when a party makes a purposeful misrepresentation so that the buyer enters into a contract to purchase.

     “There are two types of misrepresentations through words. The first is when someone makes an affirmative statement that is false. The second is known as a ‘half-truth or ‘partial truth, which means a party tells the truth but conceals or omits some material facts.  A second kind of misrepresentation occurs when there is silence or non-disclosure of facts. It’s important to note that silence generally does not constitute fraud; however, if a party is under a legal obligation to disclose all material facts, and chooses to be silent, this can constitute fraudulent misrepresentation.”

   

     There is no telling what the consequences could be of Valdez-Roup’s career as a mental health professional, as perhaps her own mental care may be at stake.  It is questionable whether she truly is a victim of domestic abuse or a victim of a failed relationship that was never meant to be from the start.

     Perhaps the lesson for all is, “Don’t air your dirty laundry; someone may pick it up and wear it at any time or pass it on to other wearers.”

 

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