Charlo Greene is accused of smoking so much marijuana in her home that the smoke seeped into a neighboring apartment and sickened a 4-year-old girl (YOUTUBE)
Pot advocate Charlo Greene threatened, smoked out neighbors with marijuana: report
Sep 25, 2014
The former reporter, who revealed herself to be the head of a medical marijuana supplier before quitting on live TV, has a restraining order filed against her after allegedly threatening a neighbor who complained of her constant marijuana smoke sickening his 4-year-old daughter, TMZ reported.
Charlo Greene's medical marijuana got a 4-year-old girl sick, according to an outraged Alaska father who has reportedly filed a restraining order against the recently revealed pot advocate.
The former KTVA reporter, who revealed herself to be the head of a medical marijuana supplier before quitting on live TV Sunday, is accused of smoking so much pot that it practically fumigated her neighbors.
Tyler Gilbrech, who until recently lived below Greene and her boyfriend, told TMZ his young daughter became violently sick from all the marijuana smoke seeping into their downstairs apartment.
When he confronted the outspoken pot advocate in person – whose real name is Charlene Ebge – he claims the president and CEO of Alaska Cannabis Club threatened him several times, telling him to "watch his back."
The outraged father reportedly went on to get a restraining order against Greene two weeks ago in response to their escalating, back-and-forth scrabble.
TMZ reports that Greene has since moved out of the building but thanks to the court papers must stay at least 20 feet away from Gilbrech and his family.
Greene reportedly denies having ever harassed Gilbrech, but accuses him of throwing racial slurs at her which he denies.
She allegedly said she'd have filed a restraining order against Gilbrech herself, if it wasn't for her now former job.
But Gilbrech isn’t the only one lighting a flame beneath the former reporter.
Ryan Fox, the CEO and president of Kindman, one of Colorado’s oldest cannabis companies, has slammed Greene’s on-air outburst as “disgraceful” and potentially harmful to the legal marijuana industry’s credibility.
"If she and her supporters are trying to publicize the cause of marijuana legalization with voters in Alaska, they certainly need to speak about it and they certainly need to get the information out," Fox said in a release Tuesday. "But Washington and Colorado accomplished this two years ago without anyone behaving like that."
In Greene’s on-air sendoff following a report on her own marijuana collective, she not only stunned her news team and viewers by revealing her secret double life but by walking off camera after swearing on live TV.
She’s since proudly turned her explicit final four words into a hashtag on twitter.
"Cursing, throwing your hands in the air, walking away from a career, walking away from a job and causing your employer disruption; all those things she's going to regret doing that at some point in the course of her having a cannabis business,” said Fox, who further criticized her as “self-indulgent and glory-seeking to meet her personal agenda.”
Source: NY Daily News