Single White Female

There’s an old movie called Single White Female, starring Brigitte Fonda and Jennifer Jason Leigh, from around 1992.

In it, one desperate, clingy, psychotic, needy friend is so jealous and obsessed that she impersonates the other. First, she changes her hair to match.

Then pretends to be her, and even goes after her friend’s man. In (at least) one case, the imposter succeeds. Beds the guy and then kills him.

It isn’t the first time the mentally unstable wannabe has done such a thing. It’s alluded to that she’s done it in the past, killing at least one other girl.

But as I recall,  things didn’t end so well for the wannabe. This might not have been her first time pretending to be another person, but it certainly was the last. Her target stands up and fights, defends herself, and kills the wannabe.

I guess it goes to show. No matter how many people you fuck with, there’s bound to be one too many. One that isn’t going to take it, and ins’t afraid to put it to a stop, once and for all. As it should be. Some might call it extreme. Me, I call it justice.

7 thoughts on “Single White Female

  1. Karma has no time limit. It doles out its fair justice in due time. It tallies your toll, there is no escape. Poetic justice is when you get to see it karma in the glorious storm she is.

  2. Or theres batmans kinda karma. Sneaks up on you and bam catches up to you like a steam train and you dont even know its happening till it hits you. Bam! Batman karma. An unstoppable force of justice. Yes I am weird. I dont care lol.

    • Oh, I’m sure she’s still up to it. She’s still got people’s books on foreign markets, and she’s still cooking up anthologies. She’s just ditched the pretense of doing it as a publisher. Now, she’s slinking around in the shadows, scrambling for a new angle. And that’s fine. No matter how deep she hides, no matter how far she runs. No matter what she changes her name to, the IRS will find her. They’ve got her scent, and that much festering stench is hard to lose.

  3. Update:

    As of June, 2016, Tabetha Jones has no publishing companies in operation that we know about, so our investigation of her has been halted. The point of examining her in the first place was to advocate for authors that reported no royalties and other related abuse from her. If she’s not involved with publishing anymore, that job’s done.

    The posts about her remain in public view in case she starts a new one in the future.

    If more publishing concerns about Tabetha Jones (Willis, Farmer Hoover, Saulters, etc) – AKA Zooey Sweete, Emerald Rai Fleurs, et al – arise in the future, we will post relevant updates. But for now, we’re focusing on happier topics.


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