BITCHES BE TRIPPIN (06/28/12) [AUDIO]

Today’s BITCH BE TRIPPIN segment…ladies – we love you – but sometimes you do and say some really crazy stuff. So – we gotta call you out. We took some calls and rocked out some news stories for today’s BITCH BE TRIPPIN!

HERE ARE TODAY’S BITCH BE TRIPPIN STORIES AND CALLERS! LISTEN BELOW:
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A New Jersey woman hit in the face by a baseball wants $500,000 from the then-11-year-old kid who threw the ball, according to the victim’s little league lawsuit. Elizabeth Lloyd, now 45, of Manchester Twp., N.J., was sitting at a picnic table five feet from a fenced-in bullpen when a baseball hit her in the face. Lloyd suffered multiple fractures, underwent reconstructive surgery, and still suffers headaches two years later. Little leaguer Matthew Migliaccio, now 13, threw the ball — a pitch that was intentional and caused serious permanent injuries, the woman’s lawyer asserts. “He throws his best fast ball over the bullpen into the picnic area, striking my client in the face,” Elizabeth Lloyd’s attorney told the Press about the little league lawsuit, which she filed after attempts to settle with insurance companies failed. Migliaccio, however, says he was just helping a pitcher warm up in the bullpen and overthrew the ball on accident. “I was not horsing around,” the boy said.

Behind a door in a dark hallway of a rundown Roxborough apartment complex, a blind woman told a social worker that she “did something” to her elderly roommate, and that something turned out to be incredibly disturbing. Chex Party Mix, a lotion bottle, a piece of a diaper, a candy wrapper and 10 inches of rope. Geraldine Cherry, 50, admitted that she took all those items and shoved them down her roommate’s throat, killing her, according to an arrest affidavit. At first, Kathleen McEwan, 70, appeared to have died June 10 of natural causes, face up in her bed. It wasn’t until an undertaker noticed something in McEwan’s mouth as he was preparing her body that the heinous way she died came to light. “We pushed her tongue in and a rope popped out,” said Brian Hurst, a staffer with John J. Bryers Funeral Home in Willow Grove. “I was never expecting it to be a homicide.” Hurst, who also found a candy wrapper, immediately contacted the Philadelphia Medical Examiner’s Office, who didn’t believe Hurst’s story until he texted a picture of the rope to them. While examining the body, the medical examiner found the rest of the items lodged inside McEwen and ruled her death a homicide.

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