Nov 012012
 

The votes are in for the September 2012 Entitlement Princess Of The Month.  The winner with 62% of the vote is Jessica Harper, the former head of security of Lloyds Bank who stole £2.5 million from her employer and said that she deserved the money because of the hours she worked.  The Entitlement Princess of the Month award can’t keep going without your support.  Remember to keep submitting new entitlement princesses on the Entitlement Princess of the Month submission page.

Sometimes, there is no question who should win this award.  This is one of those months.  I have decided that this months winner is Shidea N. Lane.  She is the woman who started a fight with Cleveland bus driver, Artis Hughes, after she demanded to ride the bus for free and verbally abused Hughes.  There were youtube videos of what happened between Lane and Hughes, but they were removed from youtube for excessive violence.  Hughes was suspended by his employer, the Cleveland RTA, pending an investigation.  Lane has since tried to paint herself as a victim taking no responsibility for instigating the conflict between her and Hughes or endangering the safety of her fellow bus passengers.  This callous disregard for anyone else has earned Shidea N. Lane the October 2012 Entitlement Princess Of The Month award.

There is also a petition to have the Cleveland RTA reinstate Hughes to his job.  Support Artis Hughes by signing that petition.

  2 Responses to “October 2012 Entitlement Princess Of The Month”

  1. Removed for violence on youtube? They renoved it because something like that would discourage females from misbehaving and shut their mouths when they are in the wrong, or else this could be them. Mustn’t let females know that sometimes it’s a good idea to just shutup and not abuse a man esp. when he is driving a many tonne vehicle where many could be killed or injured. A female’s right to act with impunity is more important. And btw, hitting a disabled person or someone over 60 is aggravated assault. He may have been 60+ and in this case may have even been viewed as disabled since he needed to keep his hands on the wheel and couldn’t defend himself against assault. The female didn’t just hit him and then run away. She was only a few feet away and was going to hit again when he was occupied and couldn’t retaliate.

  2. Here’s a video w/radio station commentary

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