Club Libby Lu Strips 6 Year Old Hannah Montana Ticket Winner of Prize (Fake Essay)

 

JUSTICE … The 6 year old girl who had submitted, with the help of her mother, a fake essay that her “daddy died in Iraq”, has had the prize taken away. Thankfully, this was the decision made. The mother should be completely ashamed of her misguided priorities.

As we have previously stated, SOLDIERS DO NOT DIE SO THAT 6 YEAR OLD’S CAN WIN HANNA MONTANA TICKETS!!! 

GARLAND, Texas (A) — A 6-year-old girl who won four tickets to a Hannah Montana concert with an essay falsely claiming her father died in Iraq isn’t going to the show after all.

The contest’s sponsor, a store chain named Club Libby Lu, withdrew the prize Saturday and awarded it to another contestant. It didn’t identify the new winner.

“With this decision, we hope to revive the intended spirit of the contest, which was designed to make a little girl’s holidays extra special,” Club Libby Lu chief executive Mary Drolet said in a statement Saturday.

Posted December 30, 2007 by
Celebrity, WTF | 11 comments


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  • Comments

    11 Responses to “Club Libby Lu Strips 6 Year Old Hannah Montana Ticket Winner of Prize (Fake Essay)”

    1. Richard on December 30th, 2007 4:51 pm

      I would like to see this lady … well, that’s not the appropriate word … have the decency to apologize to the family of a serviceman killed fighting in Iraq. Doubt it will happen.

    2. Richard on December 30th, 2007 4:53 pm

      My post above referred to the mother. It wouldn’t be bad if the 6-year-old also apologized.

      In my day, that sort of thing (apologizing)was called “building character.” Nowadays, I suppose, the very concept is archaic.

    3. Juan on December 30th, 2007 10:19 pm

      That was a great line:

      “As we have previously stated, SOLDIERS DO NOT DIE SO THAT 6 YEAR COLDS CAN WIN HANNA MONTANA TICKETS!!!”

    4. Marian on December 31st, 2007 1:22 am

      Club Libby should be ashamed. Why would that essay have been picked? A 6 year old doing that doesn’t really surprise me.
      Who would of thought a small town contest being so talked of that national attention was spent even for a moment?
      Club Libby should give this child a prize (if not a pay check). you cant buy publicity like this. and if they didn’t want it then maybe they should of thought of that.

    5. brenda on December 31st, 2007 9:15 am

      I disagree. A six year old doing such a thing should be appauling!! Isn’t it nice to know her mom (is there even a dad around?) taught her such high, moral standards at such a young age…

      This simply goes to show the direction our country is moving. Throw out Christian values and here is what we have. Don’t agree with me? Then just wait to see how things progress and wonder why.

    6. Dawn on December 31st, 2007 1:33 pm

      I’m so glad this decision was made. I personally feel it should be taken further and the Mother charged with something–or fined. What a horrible disgusting thing she has tried to do. To dishonor every Soldier that has died so her spoiled brat can go to a concert??? Apparently this woman dosnt hear the word NO to often and for some reason thinks shes above teaching truth, honesty, and holding our Serving Soldiers in the highest regards. This was about the tackiest thing I’ve ever witnessed.

    7. Troy Camplin on December 31st, 2007 8:11 pm

      Shame? This woman has no shame. She needs to BE shamed. Repeatedly.

    8. Rog on January 2nd, 2008 9:10 am

      The last time I checked no one said an essay had to be true. Was this in the rules? The good news is that a lawyer will make this company pay for what they did to that little girl. I do not care what the Mothers involvement was. If it was a concern (or in the rules) it could have been verified before telling the girl she won. Also what about the other children who worked hard on an essay only to have them ignored because “my daddy was killed in Iraq” would get the company publicity true or not. That’s why they picked it! As for the post above “To dishonor every Soldier that has died so her spoiled brat can go to a concert?” seems to me politicians do this same thing (as well as being responsible for the war) so they can win elections and nobody says a word.
      __________

      SM: Get a life … better yet, get a conscience.

      No matter what ever happens in life this mother has guaranteed that both her name and her daughters are mud. Way to go. All for tickets.

      R

    9. Rog on January 3rd, 2008 8:34 pm

      “SM: Get a life … better yet, get a conscience.

      No matter what ever happens in life this mother has guaranteed that both her name and her daughters are mud. Way to go. All for tickets”

      Personal attacks always mean you have nothing intelligent to say. No on will remember this mothers name in a week. They will have moved on to the next mishap. If all the sheep had this memory capacity you speak of then politicians could never tell lies and still win elections. Quick tell me the name of the mall shooter in Nebraska last month. This was a cold blooded murderer and most people can’t tell you. You should also change your story as there is no such thing as a fake essay as long as you wrote it. I believe it’s called fiction. You know fiction, like the stuff you write here when you pretend to know what your talking about. US soldiers killing little girls doesn’t get people excited and angry (or the war would be over) but a little girl writing about a dead soldier does? Maybe you need the conscience. Don’t forget to drop me a line and apologize after the lawsuit……

    10. soldier on January 10th, 2008 9:47 pm

      I have been in theater twice since 2003 I Have two wonderful chilren . I have been hit by 11 IED and numerouse SAF during convoy ops. This hit me hard as I have deep compassion for children left behind. Yet I also feel bad for this young girl. I hope she grows to know that her mothers selfishness and mental disconnect is unheathy and not considerd a heathy trait . When all is said and the day ends a 6 year old girl is taught winning at all cost is fair. I am sorry for her.

    11. Kelsey on February 24th, 2008 7:19 pm

      How do i join club libby?plz right back.i really want to now i have the concert book so i can also get 1 free item.

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