The Church Girl Who Was a Troll

Her allegations brought down megachurch pastor Bruxy Cavey. Then the anonymous trolls came for her…

On New Year’s Eve, while watching a documentary about the death of a baby, a woman named Anna, who goes by the pseudonym “Ms. S.A.”, became distraught. She then posted on Twitter about her experiences while under anesthesia during a vasectomy procedure, detailing the physical strain.

After she received critical responses from Twitter users, she began to suspect that the person or persons behind the account were actually in cahoots with the church that had performed the procedure.

“If anyone thinks that I am a troll. I am not a troll,” she wrote to another Twitter user.

S.A. then received phone calls and e-mails from some of the followers of the church, which was located in the same town in California as she lived. The caller, a male, told S.A. that the church was the source of her pain and that she would have to accept it. S.A. also received a phone call from a woman, identified as “Cathy S.” or “Church Girl”, who told her that they would be watching her tweets and that “there was a guy online that was talking trash” about her and “she needed to be careful.”

She also received a text message from a female member of the church that said, “Don’t be bullied.”

S.A. was not offended by any of it, but began to question how a woman who was “a lot younger than me” could be employed by and have access to the sensitive medical records at a hospital. That led to further questions about what exactly she had experienced and how it could be attributed to a botched vasectomy procedure.

The woman, S.A. said, called her back in the middle of the night. She

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