Boner of the Day

Boner Fight for September 24th, 2020

Boner Candidate #1: NICE JOB WITH THE FIREWORKS FOLKS.

Color Country Interagency Fire Management announced three teenagers and one of the juvenile’s parents have been charged in connection with the “Turkey Farm Road Fire,” which burned nearly 12,000 acres in southern Utah in July.  According to a news release from CCIFM, the charges filed include obstruction of justice in a criminal investigation, providing false or misleading information, use of fireworks in violation of fire restriction order and reckless burning.  The wildfire ignited on the night of July 13 about three miles west of Washington City. Fire officials attributed the cause of the fire to the illegal use of fireworks in a restricted area.  Erratic winds caused the fire to spread rapidly to surrounding federal, state and private lands.

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Boner Candidate #2: THE NEVER-ENDING PAIN OF BEING ON A REALITY SHOW.

Kate Gosselin is accused of zip-tying 16-year-old son Collin to a chair and forcing him to sleep in a closet. These actions allegedly led the teen to develop post-traumatic stress disorder, a new report claims. The reality television star was accused in court documents of physically and emotionally abusing Collin, a story from the Daily Mail claims. The outlet noted that the claims were submitted to a Pennsylvania court amid a bitter custody dispute between Kate and her ex-husband, Jon Gosselin. Collin reportedly told a court-appointed therapist that his mother treated him differently than his siblings, subjecting him to strange and humiliating punishments, including tying him to a chair and making him sleep in a closet and in the basement. The newspaper noted that the treatment had a significant psychological impact on the teen, leading him to develop a disorder. “Citing a December, 2018 report submitted to the Court of Common Pleas of Berks County, Pennsylvania the sources claim a certified traumatologist and counselor concluded that Collin was suffering from trauma and chronic PTSD,” the British newspaper reported. “The female expert claimed in the paperwork that after her third session with Collin, as a mandated reporter, she was duty bound to report the alleged abuse to Childline.”

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