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In this case he was clearly searching for trouble. It was not the first time that he tried to get in contact with fans from his side although that fan did not ask for it. Btw, the answer "I’m going to be writing on Annie Wilkes syndrome on the Mcquack Chronickles go fuck yourself" was written by him to that fan and shows clearly that he is not right in his head. That answer also leaves the impression that the "Annie Wilkes Syndrome" thing was his idea. Calling that same fan via phone a year later and leaving a voicemail message - although the fan had already blacklisted his e-mail address and blocked his social media profiles - does confirm it. Guess from where we have his Skype name (see above). We did not need to have to hack his profiles for that!
The previous screenshots with conversations between Nick Mancuso & Nick G. (film producer) and also between Jana (ex-fan and former Fan Club president) & Deborah (actress) were posted by Laila herself on the "Justice pour Nick Mancuso" Facebook page. Laila had the screenshots of the conversation between Jana and Deborah from Deborah's public pages. The producer asked Nick Mancuso to apologize to Jana, and also told in other messages that Laila is a toxic and mentally ill person. Please also note that Laila must have had access to all those personal conversations between Nick Mancuso and Nick G. if she could post screenshots from it. We are also quite sure in that context that Nick Mancuso gave her access to his profiles, and we are also sure that he will blame Laila later to have hacked his profiles in case she turns against him sometime. It would be easy for him to disappear for some time, and months or years later he re-appears and claims someone had hacked his profiles. Like he did many times before.
In the screenshots above from Laila, Nick G. wrote that he had the feeling that Laila would pretend to be Nick Mancuso when writing to him via Messenger. And this e-mail screenshot proves that he was not alone with that feeling. In that e-mail Nick Mancuso was named in 3rd person because nobody was sure at that time if Nick Mancuso or Laila would write those messages from his profile and e-mail account. Meanwhile we know that it was indeed Nick Mancuso writing those messages. We are not sure if he tried to twist things for his smear campaign again or if he was simply nuts at that very moment. The name Laila was written as Leila accidentally, Nick Mancuso himself did not get her name right in all older messages.
A fan claimed back money via PayPal successfully.
Nick Mancuso instigated a fan to attack an ex-fan. And he tells that ex-fan in a private message that he finds it entertaining.
Nick Mancuso talking with another (now ex-)fan about the same photo in 2016, but now twisting things in favor of his smear campaign:
The photo he was talking about:
Can you please explain how Nick Mancuso shall have taken this photo if he is IN the photo?
Nick Mancuso who gave permission for private use of his digital art called "Actors mask" in 2017 and Nick Mancuso being thankful for the shirt (only 3 pieces where printed for personal usage, that former Fan Club President received his permission black on white):
The Spreadshirt shop which sold his other digital arts was created by another German fan (her initials are N.S.) who also had created the Artmajeur shop for Nick Mancuso. Both online shops sell the same digital art and they existed aready many years before. Why did he not sue that fan (N.S.) before the year 2020 if he has a problem with that shop selling his art? If that former fan (Jana) shall have opened another shop in summer 2019, which is not true, how was it possible that Nick Mancuso and she wore that shirt at the RIFS Master Class in Rome on January 21-22, 2017 (two years before)? Does this make sense to you? Can Nick Mancuso name one single fan who shall have ordered that shirt with that digital art named "Actors mask" from Jana, from a non-existing shop? Both posts of "Justice pour Nick Mancuso" were contradictory and were about different Germans and did not make sense at all.
Nick Mancuso had to remove all his friends from his Facebook friendlist in 2019 while claiming at the same time that his profiles would be "hacked". Surprisingly, exactly the same situation happened already back in 2014 as the following screenshot proves. There are other people involved in 2019 now, but it is the same situation again!