Author, poet and copyright troll Linda Ellis has recently released a new video again making claims that she is a victim of cyberbullying. She continually twists facts and selectively chooses bits of statements to make her case but
when you look at everything in its entirety AND IN CONTEXT you will clearly see what she is doing.
A perfect example of what she does is in the video she released. She makes the claim once again that she was a victim of cyberbullying and had a protective order granted to her. While it is truthful that she did have a protective order granted to her based on highly edited and selective evidence she presented, what she neglects to tell you is that this case went all the way to the Georgia Supreme Court where the justices looked at everything in context in the correct order, there was no physical threat whatsoever to Ms. Ellis. The justices overturned the lower court decision with a unanimous 7-0 decision removing the protective order. This ruling was made in March of 2015. Yet, in the video just released in February 2017, Ellis is still making the claim of a protective order like it was still in effect, it was not overturned, and ruled that the lower court should have never issued the order in the first place. Ms. Ellis conveniently “forgets” to mention that part. The same thing applies to almost all of Linda’s claims.
Ms. Ellis claims that April Brown has been harassing her for years. Again, it is true that April Brown has been helping letter recipients who have received settlement demand letters from Ms. Ellis. What she neglects to tell you is that April Brown shared Ms. Ellis’ poem called “The Dash” on her blog which was sent to her from from Linda’s own website through her “tell a friend” page. When April Brown refused to pay the thousands of dollars being demanded, Linda then contacted April’s husband’s place of business in an attempt to get him fired. Copies of these letters are included in the video below. Linda also took out Google Adword campaigns, people searching for April’s charity auction business would see an ad that looked like it came from April. If anyone clicked on these ads, they were directed to a smear page filled with more twisted facts, half-truths, and outright lies. April has included screenshots of these pages in the video below.
I am not going to repeat all the horrible things Linda Ellis has done to April Brown, Matthew Chan, and her letter recipients as I have already covered them in several articles here.
A Correction to the Video
In the video, when April mentions me and states that I wrote a law, this should read that I wrote a proposed law to help protect not only artists rights but innocent infringers of predatory businesses and artists who use the system to demand unreasonable amounts that in my opinion no court would grant.
Below is the video that April Brown made in response, use your to space bar to pause the video on April’s exhibits and take the time to actually read them, you will see for yourself Ms. Ellis’ true nature which is not the sweet southern belle, “please feel sorry for me” victim of cyber-bullying that she claims to be.