Woman Tells Sheriff Department To Use Better Mugshot Of Her, Gets Trolled With Other Mugshots

They dragged her.

Bryan Brunatiby Bryan Brunati
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The Kansas Sheriff’s Office recently shared a mugshot of 28-year-old Billie Jean Love who was wanted for violating her felony probation. But there was one problem with the mugshot shared on the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office Facebook page: Love was not a fan of it at all.

Take a look at the mugshot below.

And apparently Love didn’t like the way she looked in that shot because this is what she commented on the Facebook page — a comment that has now been deleted but of course the screengrab exist:

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Screengrab: Facebook/Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office

“If I knew they were going to blast it on fb I would have called them to request one of my better mug shots…” Love comments. And well, the sheriff’s department decided to troll Love by sharing one of her many other previous mugshots.

Take a look.

Screengrab: Facebook/Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office

Screengrab: Facebook/Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office

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Screengrab: Facebook/Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office

Screengrab: Facebook/Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office

Screengrab: Facebook/Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office

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Screengrab: Facebook/Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office

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Screengrab: Facebook/Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office

Damn that’s brutal. And it was brutal enough that it seems like Love not only deleted her comment, but deleted her social media pages as well. The fallout also led Love to turn herself in and apologize to her family and friends for the “humiliation.”

Now that’s how you shame someone.

h/t The Chive

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