Did Cirsten Weldon really die from bacterial pneumonia last week or is she faking her death in a brazen act of deception? McAllister TV raises this new twist in a hard-hitting video released Sunday that paints Weldon as a money laundering scam who might well have good reason to want to hide.
Linda Paris, the host of McAllister, admits she made a few features with Weldon as a guest, but says she quickly came to the conclusion that Weldon was a fraud, and discontinued any association or communication with her.
In particular, Paris cites evidence presented by Guy Brummel, Agent Margaritaville, that Weldon and Timothy Charles Holmseth conspired to steal nearly $1 million from a children’s foundation that Brummel had established with Field McConnell. “I did not know that Cirsten was responsible for setting Field up (in order to get him out of the way) so that Timothy (Holmseth) could take control of that money,” Paris says.
Also, she speculates whether Weldon was a woman, or simply another Bea Arthur — a dude masquerading as a sexy woman, wearing some mighty fine and outrageous costumes.