Jennifer Williams Denies Blasting Evelyn Lozada’s Daughter In Text Messages: They’re Absolutely Fake!
The plot regarding Jennifer Williams and her allegedly stolen Range Rover keeps getting thicker. The VH1 reality star says that the leaked text messages that supposedly shows her scheming to expose former-friend Evelyn Lozada’s daughter’s nudes are fake. Towards the end of April, we shared an exclusive report with Jennifer Williams who gave us more details about the man named Aaron Nichols (alias Nick, Daniel, Chris), who she says stole her Range Rover.
According to Jennifer Williams, this isn’t the first time that Aaron Nichols has done something like this:
“I found out he has almost 7 kids. He’s done this to so many women and even his baby mamas – taking their cars, cash, whatever he can get his hands on!”.
On April 27th, a person claiming to be Aaron Nichols posted a series of text messages online and claimed they are between him and Jennifer Williams. In one of the messages, he says Jennifer Williams was plotting to post nudes of Evelyn Lozada’s daughter.
However, Jennifer Williams said those text messages are all fake. She explained,
“I see people in [the comments] talking about the messages that he released so let me just talk about that. The night before The Breakfast Club interview was gonna come on I posted on my page about going on The Breakfast Club. I started getting text messages from random numbers saying ‘enjoy your time in Florida because the minute that Breakfast Club interview airs text messages are gonna be sent to TMZ blah blah blah. I’m like okay whatever. I’m like I don’t care. I don’t have anything to hide. I’m thinking like okay, what’s this guy gonna say. So Breakfast Club interview airs and he makes up this fake page, well actually it wasn’t a fake page but I guess it was a new page. He makes up this page where he starts putting out all these text messages. The text messages were absolutely fake.”
“There were part of the messages that were real then he would add on to another part of the messages. Let’s use common sense here guys, This guy has been a con artist for 20 years. Do you think he can’t make fake text messages?”
Jennifer Williams also said that the tone of the infamous text messages are worded in a way she doesn’t even talk.
“He said something about Evelyn’s daughter. Something about me saying I want to break somebody’s face. Okay – if anybody knows me, I don’t even talk like that, you know. He said something about licking somebody’s p*ssy, I don’t talk like that. That language is so vulgar. As long as I’ve known you I’ve never spoken like that. I just don’t speak like that.
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