In early-2018, Jeremy Dewitte met Jennifer Tramaine Burton on Ashley Madison, the same year in which Burton reported Jeremy to law enforcement for failure to register his internet identifiers as a sexual offender. Jeremy was convicted and served jail time for that felony crime, and while Jeremy was responsible for the offense, Burton was the proximal cause of his conviction. If she hadn’t reported him, it would never have happened.
We have well over 100 pages of text messages between Jennifer and Jeremy from mid-2018 to early 2019. The earlier messages are far from antagonistic. They range from flirtatious to racy, albeit with an odd undertone of condescension from Jennifer throughout (examples at /r/realworldpolice). But things went bad in late-January 2019, after Jennifer discovered the existence of Jessica Bolden.
Immediately thereafter, Burton alleged that Jeremy had raped her in one of his ambulances. That allegation resulted in a full investigation, and prosecution was declined. The evidence did not support Jennifer’s story and she was not found to be credible. Indeed, Jennifer had lied to investigators. The fact that in 2007 she had falsely accused someone else did not factor into the decision.
This is the story of that 2007 incident, told by Jennifer’s victim.
But let’s continue here.
In early 2020 Jennifer wasted no breath, authoring more than 400 comments on this channel (many of which she has since deleted) expressing her feelings about Jeremy, Metro State, and — to make things particularly confusing — the kind of people who work for and hang out around Jeremy.
“He surrounds himself with stupid, weak people.”
“He needs to be in prison. He’s very dangerous.”
“Dewitte deserves every year he may receive.”
“His employees are losers and felons and can’t find employment anywhere else.”
“He’s absolute trash.”
Fast-forward a couple of months to April of this year, and Burton has filed Cybertip #66243452, which was sent to the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, alleging that Jeremy’s Flickr page contained images of young girls in various states of undress. Orlando Police Detective Jennifer Wing investigated, and determined, to put it bluntly, that it didn’t. Jennifer’s complaint was unfounded. Picking up on a theme?
That same month Burton did an impressive job of trying to get Jeremy arrested for felony wiretapping. She was in tears when she called 911 and was angry when she was told that Jeremy would not be arrested. Then, bizarrely, the next day she contacted the police and told them to forget about it.
And even that is consistent with her history.
For example, in early 2019 Burton filed a petition for an injunction against Jeremy, only to not show up for the hearing, which she knew would result in its dismissal. (The audio recording of that hearing contains some unintentional comedy: Jeremy tried to convince the judge to prosecute Jennifer.)
On 10/11/20 Jeremy Dewitte got into a fender-bender with someone named Shamar Smith. Jennifer wrote about the accident at length, but she omitted a significant piece of information.
Jeremy had a passenger in his car at the time of the crash: her.
Jennifer Burton is now working as Jeremy’s ‘office assistant.’
In early-2019 Jeremy Dewitte filed a complaint against Jennifer, alleging that she was extorting, stalking, and harassing him. The complaint is many pages long, and it’s quite clear that Jeremy was not joking.
When confronted recently by her history with Jeremy in light of the fact that she is now nominally employed by him, Jennifer tried to explain away Jeremy’s extortion and stalking complaint against her (ignoring entirely her unfounded rape allegation against him):
Per Burton, Jeremy “was just upset because I had broken up with him.”
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