Times must be tough for Abe and Ella these days. Not only have they set up a funding page on Generosity.com, but now it seems they’re trying to scam their tiny cadre of remaining supporters via Patreon, too.We won’t bother screenshotting the entire page—let’s just say it’s identical to their Generosity.com page, with the exception of their financial target: Patreon is intended to fund “creators” on a monthly basis, and Abe and Ella are asking for US$100,000…per month. Must be expensive, living on the run from the law.
We still have not seen any results from our protests against Abe and Ella’s Generosity.com account, though several of us have been in touch with the site via email.
Frustrating as that is, though, we believe we have an even stronger case to compel Patreon to remove Abe and Ella’s page. Here are some of Patreon’s guidelines for its “creators”: Abe and Ella have been very clear: their goal is to mobilise the troofer community to “free the Hampstead 2”. Since the children’s custody was settled during Ella’s appeal in August 2015, and there is now no possibility of further appeal, they can only mean that they want people to use illegal methods to locate and kidnap the children.
In addition, Abraham Christie has a long and colourful criminal record. He’s been arrested no fewer than 56 times, and has been found guilty on 37 of those charges. His record includes convictions for fraud, counterfeiting, theft, and child abuse. Both Abe and Ella are currently wanted in the UK on charges of child abuse.
How to report Abe and Ella’s page to Patreon
We found Patreon’s reporting format relatively clear and easy to navigate…once we discovered where it was located on their site! It took a bit of work, but we’re sharing what we found in hopes that some of our readers will join us in reporting Abe and Ella’s page.
Here’s the link to find “Where can I report a creator’s page?“.
Once you’re on that page, you can click through to Patreon’s reporting form: As with Generosity.com, Patreon states that they do not inform complainants about the actions they take; however, they do leave lots of room to attach links. If you’d like to attach Mrs Justice Pauffley’s judgement from the March 2015 fact-finding hearing, you’ll find a link on our Official Reports page. Other possible attachments could include:
- This article from The Telegraph: “‘Evil’ mother tortured children into telling police their father was leader of a Satanic sex cult“
- Or this one: “Father falsely accused of ‘satanic’ abuse speaks of ordeal“
Ella and Abe have clearly come upon hard times, and are hoping that online crowdfunding will help them. Let’s not allow that to happen.