Jan 2016 21

Susan Penna Mangano Olmstead-Esposito, you still owe your sister $150. that is the money for a check she made out to Emma's attorney, upon request by her. Yes, this is back in the news again, and will continue to be so, over and over again, far and wide,..with added information.
By the way, is your illegitimate grandson Alexander James Guidice, living with his mother, Allison Cress, and step-dad, Greg, and you, on Belford Avenue, Staten Island, NY? You are still grubbing, it has been said.
I remember when your son, A.J. threw you out of his house for freeloading, always had your palms up. So now you are freeloading off your son-in-law. You are a shameless, pitiful,balding bitch with only animals as friends. That makes you feel important, yes?

[by Anon on Wed January 27, 2016 12:14:10 pm]
Remember when you, Susan Mangano, were a teen and were working, for a very short while, at Abraham & Straus (A&S), downtown Brooklyn, NY? You were fired when they caught you stealing items, merchandise! I remember it well because I still have two little leather folding wallets you gave me, one red and one black. Only later did I realize they were pilfered by you. At the time you told me they were on sale and employees got a "terrific break in price, next to nothing". How many others were given items stolen by you?
Stealing is no different than freeloading, which you did for many a year at your son Andrew's Staten Island home--till he threw you out for freeloading. I recall you saying how you'd raise his thermostat after he left for work, which always angered him. Freeloader.

[by Anon on Mon May 9, 2016 12:29:06 pm]
Susan Penna Mangano Olmstead Esposito is STILL a freeloader. These days she's freeloading at 6 Belfield Avenue, Staten Island, NY 10312 compliments of her son-in-law Billy Gregg Cress and her daughter, Allison. Reminds one of the time her son A.J. (Andrew James) Olmstead kicked Susan out of his Staten Island home because she kept raising his thermostat, wanting more heat, after he left for work in the mornings. Every winter night when he arrived home there'd be an argument re the temperature in the rooms. Lazy Susan thought it 'beneath herself' to go to work, so she just lazed around the house all day and watched TV, or whatever. Her mother always referred to Susan as Freeloader Sue, rightfully so.

[by Anon on Sun July 17, 2016 11:17:26 am]
The only employment Susan had was at Abraham and Straus, and she was terminated / fired from that job for stealing! Quite a freeloader, Susan is.

[by Anon on Fri May 4, 2018 11:47:04 am]
Oh, I vividly recall Susan's A & S employment. She used to bring her sisters wallets that she confiscated / stole from the store, from the department she was working in.
Yes, I still have two lovely leather fold-over wallets that she gave me, compliments of her Abraham and Straus employment.

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