“I think it was just a mistake,” Justin Anderson said.
“I don’t know why it was so quick.”
Anderson said the account was set up with his wife’s name and email address, and that he never knew the account had been set up by the same person.
“My wife and I didn’t even know they were working together.
We were just in the midst of buying our home,” he said.
The fake Twitter handle was also set up for Anderson’s wife, who he says is in a wheelchair, as well as for his parents.
It’s kind of hard to explain.” “
It’s just weird.
It’s kind of hard to explain.”
Anderson’s parents, meanwhile, are now being told to stay away from the house.
“The parents of a family that lives in the house, they have to go,” Anderson said, explaining that the parents are already there and that they are still getting used to the fact that Justin is gone.
Anderson said he will be contacting the RCMP to see what kind of action could be taken.
He said that he’s not worried about his family, as he’s been told by the RCMP that his parents are safe and that the house will be safe again.
“If you know Justin and you know the family, you know they’re safe,” he added.
Anderson is calling out the RCMP and asking them to investigate the account.
“We want to know how could this happen,” he asked.
Anderson says the account has been deleted, and he hopes to find out how and why it got set up.”
There are so many good people out there, I just think it needs to be investigated.”
Anderson says the account has been deleted, and he hopes to find out how and why it got set up.