Ava at it again, threatens and bullies another Agency owner đŸ˜‚đŸ˜‚đŸ˜‚

We got whispered weeks ago about Ava 🙄 who feels she is the answer to Second Life modeling and Fashion industry. 

She was engaged in an exchanges of notecard conversation with Deloreen – Owner of Marquesse Modeling School who feels she is been threatened and bullied by Ava.

 This fracas was simply based on model contract shared to models in Marquesse and even if the contract was good or bad, really isnt it suppose to be up to the model to either agree or disagree?

See below for more :
… This is going on for 2 days now. She sent me a NC out of the blue telling me how wrong I am to offer contracts to our agency models. Since I told her friendly it’s none of her business she started threatening me…

You can also share your thought with the whisperer on what you think about models signing contracts in Second Life.

6 thoughts on “Ava at it again, threatens and bullies another Agency owner đŸ˜‚đŸ˜‚đŸ˜‚

  1. Omg my eyes reading those messages was like reading a school kids homework, learn to use grammar Ava geez, she has always been a nasty bitch i remember her from a few years back bullying people and models putting her say foreword telling models not to work for this agency and that agency shes nothing but a coward bully, the less people who deal with her the better shes vile nasty horrible and trash basically i wonder is she related to Donald trump? lol


  2. What a load of crap. Lots of stores or competitions include exclusivity clauses in their rules/prize “contracts”, publications hold their models to exclusivity, so obviously it is something that does happen in SL.

    Is it enforceable or kosher? Probably not. People should be allowed to do whatever they want in their Second Life, but businesses should also be allowed to run they way they want to.

    As for Ava’s appalling spelling/typing and sentence structure…maybe her contaracts are playing up and she needs to go to her eye doctor and get them sorted.


  3. I’m sorry to say this, but you are mistaken. If you would have taken the time to do some research, you would have found that out. According to the AP (Associated Press), it’s perfectly within reason to begin a sentence with a conjunction. When someone is writing something, each sentence they write is not an independent statement from one another; but a continual flow of the overall piece. Thus, starting a sentence with a conjunction is a perfectly okay way to achieve that flow.


  4. I think Ava needs to take a few moments to proofread her responses before she sends them out. Because, I was taken aback that she couldn’t spell simple words like contract and unnamed. Or, that she cannot write a sentence without turning it into a sentence fragment.


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