posted on Oct, 28 2012 @ 07:27 PM
Anyone remeber Stacey Hessler, the so-called "Occupy Mom"?
Apparently in the grips of some kind of midlife crisis, last year the 39-year-old Ms. Hessler ran away from her home in Florida, where she was the
mother to four kids and wife to a husband who worked in a BANK, of all places. She went to NYC, where she proceded to sleep in the park with the
occupiers, dredlock her hair, have an affair with a local waiter and fellow occupier, and get arrested for disorderly conduct (see above).
Here are the Hesslers in happier times:
Ms. Hessler was in a way a poster-child for the occupy movement...perhaps motivated by a twisted sense of borgiouse guilt as the wife of a banker and
a boring whitebread homemaker, she tried to find fulfillment in the excitement of radical politics. Her story raised eyebrows at the time. Now we see
what the results have been:
Source: Daily Mial
Occupy mom wins $85,000 in divorce from banker husband
Stacey Hessler has divorced from Curtiss Hessler
He was granted sole custody of their four children
He will also keep their Florida home and assume the mortgage
Divorce papers cite 'irreconcilable differences' as the reason for the split, adding that their 19-year marriage 'is irretrievably broken'.
The mother-of-four who made headlines last year leaving her children to go join Occupy Wall Street is divorcing her husband and cashing in on his
banking-earned riches in the process.
Stacey Hessler cites protesting as her profession and famously devoted herself to the Occupy movement, demonstrating against the very banks behind her
recently increased cash-flow.
She walks away from former banker Curtiss Hessler with a total of $85,385 from his stock-filled retirement fund and bank account.
Well what do you think? To me she embodies all the arrogance, selfishness, hypocricy, and entitlement attitude that characterized the worst aspects of
the Occupy movment. What kind of mother leaves her kids under these circumstances? They will probably spend the rest of their lives hating her. I'm
guessing Ms. Hessler is too selfish and wrapped up in "exploring her empowerment" to care.
edit on 10/28/2012 by FailedProphet because: (no reason given)