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Doom_Slayer's Journal » Viewing journal entry

What do you think
Posted by Doom_Slayer on Feb 07, 2019 00:54:04
Has everyone heard about what happen to Vic Mignogna and what are your thoughts? Are SJW’s to blame or was he in the wrong
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Posted by: Zinnlia on Feb 10, 2019 10:49:21
I don't have the full details of the story, but I heard this all started because he refused to sign a yaoi fan piece that a fan made?

That fan stormed on Twitter and accused him of homophobia for not signing her yaoi posters. After that a series of attacks were made of him, but the most interesting aspect is the leaked DMs regarding the orchestrated attacks.

Personally, I think if he is innocent, that he should sue everyone making false accusations against them. I think if people are going to get online and try to ruin your livelihood and if you are innocent, that you should take legal measures.

Posted by: Zinnlia on Feb 10, 2019 10:53:21
This reminds me of the Chiptole incident. A manager refused series to a group of young men, she was accused of racial bias, and fired from her job.

The same guy that leaked the video claiming "racial bias" from the Chiptole manager was found to have posted a year ago STEALING from the Chiptole. Apparently, the guy and his friends frequently visited Chiptole to steal condiment containers and starting trouble, so there was prior history between the manager and him. Yet, the manager lost her job because Chiptole didn't further investigate the accusations.

Posted by: Zinnlia on Feb 10, 2019 10:53:39
refused service***

Posted by: Charlotte on Feb 10, 2019 11:25:17
Only thing I read about did seem like he was at least inappropriate with young fans but not sure if it would raise to the level of abusive. *shrug*

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Posted by: Issabella on Feb 14, 2019 18:38:14
Poor Vic he a good guy

Posted by: inu82 on Feb 17, 2019 05:34:16
He is great voice actor and it's upsetting to hear someone lied about him, anyone who makes false claims of abuse of any kind just makes it worse for people who've really been hurt. Idiots!

Posted by: Cafe_Chat on Feb 22, 2019 17:31:46
Apparently, the allegations go back a few years. However, Vic has been subject to various conduct nuisances prior to those allegations as well. Around 2007/2008-ish I think? Most of the negative experiences from fans back then sort of read like a bad SJW Tumblr post though. A few had future encounters with Vic. Makes little sense when you continuously line up to see a person you're uncomfortable with to begin with, and are never vocal about physical contact or space. There's also no one who went to these cons who can confirm witnessing any of these encounters.

There are two accounts I know of where Vic has been discomfited about signing Yaoi art. Partly to do with his religious beliefs. He was as generous as he could be about it but you know how hypocrisy goes. Being reproached by individuals who can't seem to show the same respect is sad. The second time, someone slipped Yaoi under his hotel room door. Which, in hindsight, is scary considering how many death threats he's been getting lately. He laughed the incident off with a lighthearted sense of humor. Can you imagine turning your views into a public quip so you don't offend anyone by having them?

This stuff has been accumulating over the years but those on the bandwagon have put it front and center with herd mentality.

I'm surprised at Monica Rial and Funimation. Sometime prior to Vic getting fired, she was out with him and others at a dinner party. She uploaded pictures of him and her getting along fine. Immediately after, she makes derogatory remarks about him and encourages the KickVic group. Funimation launched an internal investigation and that's a bit suspicious given the nature of the allegations. It's been rumored that coworkers got together with Funimation representatives to demand that Vic be fired or they would walk away from the company. These people were noted to have a personal dislike of Vic over some random altercations that involved Vic being somewhat of a diva. Ironically, the collective move to put someone out of the job over some melodramatic antipathy is ridiculous. Now that Monica has a paycheck bump, it's almost entirely assured that she went after his job. Funimation probably dropped Vic rather than lose their talent and to save face over this decision. Funimation's human resources never received any misconduct claims and Vic was fired without involving a proper law investigation. Yeah, the company and Monica are sooo emotionally invested in the victims. Letting a potential pedophile suspect be a scapegoat on their alleged settlement.

I feel bad for all the fans getting photoshopped and edited by sick minded people that wanted them to fit the context of a victim. Now these people have to come out and defend themselves and their families that were present in the original pictures/videos.

Last I heard Vic was getting a lawyer. Don't really know if he's innocent or guilty of any inappropriate conduct. Everyone making baseless accusations, all the lying and falsifications, everyone in Vic's (former) circle involving themselves. Are making a mess of any public guesses.

Funny how Monica Rial could threaten random children online with legal action but all these years of Vic making her "uncomfortable" and she doesn't seek help from HR or authorities. It's like, somebody had an affair with Vic and she rather act like it was out of her control. So that she could guilt her Fiance too.

What a mess huh?

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