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The Blythewood, S.C., “priestess” said she was approached in late August by Cobb County Commissioner Annette Kesting. Kesting was seeking otherworldly help, Mills said, against Democrat Woody Thompson, who defeated Kesting in the primary runoff vote for the District 4 seat representing southwest Cobb.
Mills has accused Kesting, a first-term commissioner, of writing $3,000 in bounced checks for her services. Kesting on Tuesday denied ever meeting Mills. Instead of performing a ritual for Thompson, Mills said she sacrificed a chicken and three roosters to provide protection for Kesting and her son, who Kesting said was adrift. In return for her services, she says Kesting wrote two checks totaling $3,000, which were returned for insufficient funds. Kesting then sent two $1,000 money orders in payment. Mills produced a copy of a MoneyGram receipt, dated Aug. 28. The receipt, faxed to the AJC, listed Kesting’s husband, Christian, as the sender.
“I kept a paper trail of everything,” Mills said. “I don’t think this would have ever come out if I had been paid.”
“I have no idea who Ms. Mills is,” Kesting said. “My car won’t let me get to South Carolina. I know nobody in South Carolina.”
Originally posted by kettlebellysmith
You don't mess with Marie Laveau!
Bad Mojo! Bad JUJU!
And you sure don't pay with bad checks!