THIS CAMPAIGN HAS BEEN UPDATED AS OF 6/17/2022
This campaign was started back in November/December last year as the primary issue was simply getting divorced and staying on her feet. Bryn was completely blindsided in January by what her former husband has decided to do and how low he will go to get what he wants.
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After enduring several years of domestic violence in all forms, Bryn has bravely taken the steps to secure her safety and that of her three sons, whom she shares custody with a previous husband. She will be moving forward with hiring an attorney, as her current husband retained counsel in September, after he became violent and refractured Bryn's ribs and caused several large contusions on her left arm. On Sunday, 11/7/21, the police were called again due to occurrences of violence that left Bryn with several injuries, including a fractured bone in her hand. She requested the officers assist in her husband leaving the home that night, and he has not been back except to retrieve some personal items and has since moved to the Orlando area (approx 1 hour away).
At no point did the Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office do their jobs to the capacity in which they should have done or follow the Florida Statute 741.29 when it comes to investigating Domestic Violence, and providing to Bryn what her remedies are. Thankfully, she does work with amazing people and has amazing resources available to her in the legal field, just none that are centered in the Divorce arena.
On January 17, 2022, Bryn’s former husband, whom she has shared 50/50 custody without issue of her three amazing sons with, filed 4 emergency motions to the court; each falsely alleging that Bryn was abusing her sons. This triggered the Department of Children and Families to investigate immediately. THANKFULLY, Bryn was blessed with an investigator that is in her position for the right reasons. She saw immediately the floor to ceiling pantry full of food, the refrigerator and freezer full of food in the kitchen, the deep freezer in the garage full of food, the mini fridge/freezers in each of the boys’ rooms stocked with juice, Gatorade, healthy protein snacks without preservatives (what her son with epilepsy needs the most). She saw that the boys had clothing, clean beds and bedding, toiletries, running water, electricity, air conditioning. Despite the unexpected home visit, the house was clean and in good order. The investigator performed an on site drug test and pill count and found nothing abnormal. Her investigation was closed within 4 days, except the court case remains open and the judge has not reviewed the case further than appointing the private Guardian ad Litem.
Money is being raised to assist Bryn in paying for a retainer for an attorney ($4,000) and her attorney fees relating to her case (at least $7,000). We are raising money as well to assist her with staying on her feet during this tumultuous time in her and her childrens' lives. This is especially important due to the fact that her divorce is not finalized yet, which means no alimony or temporary support has been ordered to be paid to her. Yet every month, Bryn has managed to scrape together enough to make it by, but now there isn’t anything left to scrape together.
Her monthly bills are as follows:
Natural Gas $80
Cell Phone $85
Car Insurance $220
Gas for Car $175
School Lunches $60 ($10/per child per week- Every other week)
Misc expenses/Subscription $75
The reality is this can happen to anyone at any point in time. Bryn had a plan and had it not been for the physical violence in front of her children at the hands of her current husband, she would not have had to accelerate things and change the scope of everything involved to a point where it is now.