Ban J Global Entertainment

This is an email from a personal friend of mine, please distribute as widely as possible.

[quote]Date: Thu, 21 Apr 2005 16:31:12 EDT
From: [email][/email]
Subject: Ban J Global Entertainment – A personal Plea From Jay

Hello everyone,
I apologize for abusing my knowledge everyone’s email addresses but this is
honestly a personal plea.

I would like you all to know that I have had a very unfavorable interaction
with the President of J Global Entertainment. In short, I was suppossed to
move in with him when first moving to San Diego, before moving in he had gotten
me drunk and sexually assaulted me. He had admitted doing the same to
others. I told him I could not live with him and he had promised me a refund of my
deposit and rent back in mid January. To this day he still has not refunded
the money to me even though I had recveived many proposed dates of repayment.
He has unfavorable business practices and is not an honest or honroable man.

In this email I am asking you to please not attend any concerts or use any
services provided from J Global Entertainment. This is the company owned and
run by my attacker. His concert venues are mostly in the Southern California
Area as well as Las Vegas.

Please forward this message to as many people as you know. I would like the
message to get out as far as it can go. People that are so willing to take
advantage of others should not be supported.

Thank you for taking the time to read and forward this message. It means a
great deal to me.

Jay Vigilla[/quote]

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