You know, sometimes when you start on a story, you never know where it’s gonna take you. Twice tonight, I’ve been interrupted from writing what I set out to write. OK, three times. Against my better judgement, I watched the end of Monday Night RAW and the Stone Cold Podcast afterwards with HHH. Before I fuck up and interrupt myself again, though, let me just run down this story real quick.
As many of you saw, I put out a post on Mike Sacco and his degenerate fiancée Cait Lowry yesterday. If you read it, you got to know what an nasty pair these two make. We didn’t have much more than what I showed you, but that’s the beauty of these stories. New things always come to light. In this case, it was Cait’s own stupidity that seems to have done her in.
She appears to have accidentally followed the woman her and Mike were harassing (@mahoumelonball), only it wasn’t on her main account. Instead, it was an alternate name she had setup. Ordinarily, this wouldn’t be a big deal. I’ve done the same thing. But this was not your typical backup account.
No, this account was setup in order to promote the user’s findom (also findomme) lifestyle. Not only that, once the user noticed the account was discovered, it was SWIFTLY deleted. Luckily, we have screenshots and an archive link.
(The same Amazon wishlist appears in both profiles.)This feed is a goldmine of gold-digging. Check out some of this shit lol. Treat yourself. You deserve a laugh today. At least you’re not Mike Sacco. If you don’t know anything about findom, you’re not alone. I’d never heard about it before I did a little research for this article. Here’s a little bit from this write-up of the lifestyle so you will understand a little bit of what we’re dealing with here:
“Sierra’s Amazon.com wish list has potential gift ideas to fit any pay pig’s budget, from a $1,500 flatscreen TV to a $5 spatula; however, it still raises a potentially thorny ethical question: Is it OK to enable the addiction of people who get sexual pleasure taking actions that, by their very design, are detrimental to their own financial health?
The Internet is littered with stories of people who have been seriously hurt by findom. In a 2010 Reddit post, user mistakesweremade recounted how his addition to findom “nearly destroyed my life.”
He wrote that, as a college student living on an extremely modest fixed income from his parents, he would regularly give findoms online access to his credit card and Amazon account and “watch on cam as they looted from me.”
Over the course of the better part of a year, he had spent hundreds of dollars feeding his findom addiction. One time he actually pleaded with a dom to cancel the charges she had made on his credit card.
“They’d hit the limit I’d request, and the nice ones would immediately back off, but some would beg and pout and tease until they had the limit raised,” he wrote.
On the story-sharing social network Experience Project, a user recounted a similar tale about a girl he met on a webcam site. A relationship that started with him paying for her dentist appointment eventually blossomed into her taking all of the money he earns save for what he spends on food, clothes and rent—an expense that can reach up to €1700 (roughly $2259 U.S.) per month.”
I’ll put the disclaimer here that it’s alwas possible that there is some misunderstanding and this isn’t her…but the pieces certainly fit, don’t they? Also, the photograph tweeted out from the account, the same Amazon wishlist on both, wishlists playing so prominently into the findom lifestyle, her weird tweet about fetishes on her main account, etc. When you put it all together, it looks like Mike Sacco has been getting cucked for a long time. The account she was on seemed to be offering favors of all sorts, not just findom stuff. Not a good look for your soon-to-be wife, that’s for sure. But that’s for them to sort out, I suppose.