I've seen some bizaar threads before ... but this ranks right down there at the bottom of the pit.
Certain questions should arise before even pushing a rumor this far.
1. Any proof that JT and this woman had an intimate relationship?
2. Are there any reliable sources who are willing to report on the facts of this rumor ?
Because I've only seen lowly dreg-worthy sources even reporting on any possible connection. Here is some of the bull-crap that gets spread on the WWW.
According to holthoff.wordpress.com, there are rumors that -
1. Anne Pressly was actually a man at one time and had a sex change.
2. That she was dating popular Littler Rock boxer Jermaine Taylor
3. That Jermaine Taylor beat her to death when he found out she was once a man
Is there any chance that one or all of these rumors are possible? Let’s wait for the findings from police investigation. Now this is from FOX news and the official report from the police states nothing about JT.
Officers last Wednesday arrested Curtis Lavelle Vance, 28, of Marianna, at a Little Rock home, acting on a tip received within minutes of a late-night news conference at which they disclosed Vance's name and photos of him and his car. Television station KATV, where Pressly worked, established a reward fund that had raised $50,000.
Meanwhile, the prosecutor overseeing the case acknowledged the slaying warranted a capital murder charge — meaning Vance could face the death penalty if convicted. Prosecutor Larry Jegley did not say whether he would seek Vance's execution or a life sentence.
Patti Cannady found her daughter bloody and beaten in bed Oct. 20 after she didn't answer a wake-up call. Cannady said her daughter "fought for her life" against her attacker and suffered a broken left hand. Every bone in her face had been broken during the attack, she said.
"Her jaw pulverized so badly that the bone had come out of it," Cannady said. "I actually thought that her throat, it possibly been cut, but that was possibly the first knockout punch. Her entire skull had numerous fractures from which she suffered a massive stroke."
Pressly, 26, died Oct. 25 without regaining consciousness.
Police worked for weeks without a named suspect until DNA collected at Pressly's home matched a sample from an unsolved April rape in Marianna, about 90 miles east of Little Rock. A Marianna detective suggested officers investigate Vance, 28, a suspect in several burglaries.
An arrest affidavit filed Monday morning in Little Rock District Court says Vance denied being in Little Rock the day of the attack on Pressly and allowed detectives to swab a DNA sample from his saliva.
"It was confirmed with all scientific certainty that Mr. Vance is the DNA contributor of the suspect in Ms. Pressly's murder," the affidavit reads.
The affidavit suggests police believe robbery was the motive for the attack, as "several items belonging to Ms. Pressly were taken from her residence." Marianna police Detective Sgt. Carl McCree has said Vance became a suspect in the burglaries after his girlfriend sold reportedly stolen items to a Helena-West Helena pawn shop.
Hastings said detectives received consent to look through Vance's home during initial questioning last week, but have yet to recover the missing items. The items sold by Vance's girlfriend did not include anything from Pressly's home, the lieutenant said.
After his arrest, Vance simply said "no" when reporters asked if he killed Pressly. Vance remains held without bond in the Pulaski County jail and has yet to enter a plea over the slaying. He also faces rape and residential burglary charges in Marianna, McCree said.
The Pulaski County Public Defender's Office referred questions about Vance to the Arkansas Public Defender Commission. Commission executive director Didi Sallings said a team of two Pulaski County public defenders and one from her office experienced with capital cases would represent Vance.
Sallings said she put the team together under the assumption Vance would face the death penalty.
"The law is that ... (we) presume the state is going for it," she said. "We haven't seen a file, we don't know anything other than what we've read in the paper at this point."
Vance's case will be sent to the Pulaski County Circuit Court and prosecutors have about two months to file formal charges against him, Jegley said. As of yet, Jegley said he has not received the police's file on Pressly's death nor determined whether he'll seek the death penalty against Vance.
"I would think, based on what we know, that capital murder is an appropriate charge," Jegley said. THIS THREAD IS TOTAL NONSENSE AND BY THE WAY WHY IS THIS BULLSHIT ON THE HYPE ??????