Thursday, September 4, 2008

David Caruso - Digg Deletes Schnitzer and Vivica Deflates Rumor

Call it Double Whammy Thursday. But whatever you call it, suffice it to say it hasn't been a good day for Heidi Schnitzer, David Caruso's fugitive Austrian stalker. First, Vivica A. Fox appeared on NBC's Late Night with Conan O'Brien and quashed Schnitzer's latest rumor. Shortly afterwards, Digg banned all of Schnitzer's pseudonyms and deleted all related content. See side bar for Digg-related names.

Like a cockroach infestation though Schnitzer reappeared on Digg within an hour of being deleted. This time she was posting under her newly created name "SlyGirl2008." And post she did! Schnitzer spammed Digg with her usual anti-David Caruso posts. Digg Moderators however were having nothing to do with it and acted swiftly by banning her new name as well as all of Schnitzer's newly posted content.

A round of applause goes to Digg for cleaning up the David Caruso thread and to whoever took the time to report Schnitzer's abuse. Now maybe Digg's David Caruso Board will be one where Internet surfers can go and read legitimate Caruso news without having to wade through all of Schnitzer's slander and libel.

The U.S. Border Patrol remains on high alert with photos of Heidi Schnitzer at all check points. For those traveling to the Southern California/Tijuana, Mexico area please be on the look out for Schnitzer. She is armed and considered dangerous. Report all suspicious activity to the Border Patrol at 1-800-232-5378. Or contact the local police in Tijuana, the U.S. FBI or Austria's Bundeskriminalamt at +43-(0)1-531 26-0.


Corpuschristie said...

Oh, can you imagine her frustration. She spends all that time writing her lying junk only to be deleted and banned. It's hilarious. She's just going to have to dig a bigger hole for herself now her safe havens are abandoning her.

Sara said...

I was on-line last night when Digg first banned all of her names. It took Schnitzer literally minutes to create a new name and start posting all the garbage again. For over an hour, I watched as Schnitzer posted nearly 30 times. Shortly thereafter, Digg removed them proving there is some justice left in this world for David Caruso and his family.

Schnitzer's Death Threat

Schnitzer's Death Threat
Actual Letter Sent to Caruso