The following is a message received via "The Real Chelsea Hoffman Exposed" Facebook page. It has been posted on the Facebook pages wall.
The message below came from Chelsea Hoffman, and has not been altered in ANY way. The typos are hers, not mine.
This page has been reported for spoofing/posing as Chelsea Hoffman as well as credible threats of violence which is a felony and punishable by prison time if pursued by the victim.
Furthermore I have turned the details of this page in to my attorney as well as to law enforcement in South Carolina, as well as screenshots of my address posted and the threats of violence made by members of this site.
I will be pressing criminal charges and I will be suing for slander with malicious intent since some of thedetails of this site and the blog shared by this FB page are photoshopped and false posts about me.
The first thing that I want to say about this message, is that in NO WAY is the Facebook page or this blog trying to pose as Chelsea Hoffman. If that were the case, we wouldn't have such negative page names, and titles:
i.e.: firstname.lastname@example.org or Chelsea Hoffman Exposed or Justice for the Families Affected by Chelsea Hoffman.
Secondly, I don't know what the law in South Carolina is going to do, since neither the Facebook page or this blog is run by anyone who lives there. Also, your address is public information, so you can just get over that one. No threats of violence have been made either. So, yeah.
Third, good luck pressing criminal charges for slander. Apparently you haven't educated yourself enough to know that slander means something spoken, and since this is all on the Internet and is written out, than you must know that it would be libel instead. Use a dictionary sometime.
Oh and by the way Chelsea, according to the same definition of libel above, it states the following "Libel against the reputation of a person who has died will allow surviving members of the family to bring an action for damages. Most states provide for a party defamed by a periodical to demand a published retraction".