Personal criticisms of Vicky Karayiannis are from her public statements, claims,
multiple stories, antagonistic interactions personally witnessed on social media and her likely untruthfulness surrounding Chris's passing.
I do not encourage ill intent her way.
There are several articles with Vicky “reacting” to something or someone. This article had me shaking my head in disbelief. I’ve read countless times that Vicky and her mother are known for setting up fake fan accounts to sway public opinion.
The person featured in the following Alternative Nation article is “Masha Faigie.”
To date, “Masha’s” only purpose for opening a Twitter account, as it appears, was to share a supposed suicide note from her deceased father. And of course, her father also “hanged himself”. The note is very well written; very creative in its delivery. "Ativan" has been the center of attention after Chris passed, and 8 months later, “Masha” takes it upon herself to share her father’s “heartbreaking” note? Very convenient! And as expected, Vicky expresses her “condolences."
This publication from Alt-Nation is one of the most conniving things I’ve ever seen.
Within the comments section of the article, there're several who call out the utter nonsense
of the story.
“Masha’s” father allegedly wrote this note before hanging himself?
Also, consider that “Macha’s” father never mentions his family or anything else other then the ATIVAN: the anti-anxiety medication in the center of the suicide narrative. It's with strong suspicion that the nonsensical note was either compiled by someone hired by Vicky, allegedly, or by Vicky herself. Allegedly.
From personal understanding, Vicky was or currently is a publicist.
The “note” reads:
“I would like to report a murder. There is a murder being planned.
The name of the murderer; I know the name. Pretended to be a friend. I took him in. But I was betrayed.
“I love living”, I told him. But he put me in the back seat of my own life. He took control. Slowly he took over altogether and put me in the trunk of my life. And then, when I could do nothing to prevent my own demise, he did it.
His name is Ativan (also Loraxepam) and he is dangerous. Careful with him. He is a sneak. The important thing to remember is that this was a murder. I had zero choice in this decision. All I could do was delay it.
There is never a convenient time (to die). But I needed to exercise some control over Mr. Ativan. He is very arrogant and a smooth talker. His arguments are quite persuasive. “No sense in suffering, etc. etc.” he says. But I struggled.
I have no illusions about this. I want desperately to remain and watch the events of the world unfold and enjoy the years ahead. That’s what I want. But you don’t always get what you want. That’s life.”
The deliberate use of serious and very real issues of mental distress, medicinal side effects and suicide ideations to falsify legitimacy that Chris supposedly took his own life, specifically from the "Ativan," is reprehensible to the fullest.
All your fears are lies
See through your
Triples, falling, limping, crawling
Biting, fighting, back from dying
Endless ending, comprehending
Nothing of the sin she's sinning
Loosely buying your cheating, your lying
Will make it mine While never crying Corralled like a cat
With my head in a sack
And I feel like I'm tied to a railroad track.
–KIM THAYIL & HIRO YAMAMOTO; SOUNDGARDEN: ALL YOUR LIES.