Reports surfaced Saturday that the alleged ex girlfriend of Nathan Kotylak, and founder of a Facebook group supporting the 17-year-old Canadian Olympic water polo hopeful caught on camera setting fires and assaulting a women during the Vancouver riots, has been quoted as calling Kotylak a “pathological narcissistic” and stating that he “deserves everything he gets.”
The reports come about as rumors have been circulating that Nathan Kotylak was turned in by an unidentified ex girlfriend for his role in the Vancouver riots.
Update: Facebook group calls for lifetime Olympic ban on Nathan Kotylak
The 20-year-old creator of the “Support Nathan Kotylak” Facebook group has undergone what she calls a “change of heart” after having made remarks on a photograph in another Facebook group of Nathan Kotylak attempting to set fire to a police car during the Vancouver riots.
Flashback: See how this story first unfolded
The photograph was posted on June 16th to the Facebook group “Vancouver Riot Pics: Post Your Photos” just one day after the riots which sparked a number of volatile remarks from the alleged ex girlfriend of Nathan Kotylak.
“…regrets it? nah bro, then were not talking aobut the same nathan. Hes a pathological narcissistic. If anything I promise you, hes loving the attention [sic]” says one post by the alleged ex.
In another post she says “Do something stupid? I wouldnt piss off an entire country. I dont do insane things, as well, I face consequences for my actions [sic].”
The alleged ex girlfriend has maintained a double membership in both the support group for Nathan Kotylak and the “100,000 strong to ban Nathan Kotylak from the Canada Olympic team” where she has now begun defending Kotylak to its members.
When pressured by members of the opposing group if she had moved towards a change of heart since her previous statements, she simply replied “Yes. Change of heart.”
The Kotylak family is currently in hiding, having fled their home due to claims of threats and intimidation from members of the online community who have been angered by Nathan Kotylak’s attempt at lighting a Vancouver Police car on fire.
Last Saturday Nathan Kotylak made a public apology calling his actions “dumb” and explaining that he had become “caught up in the moment” which led to his attempt at lighting the police car on fire while multiple cameras caught his actions.
Since apologizing, an increasing amount of video evidence has shown Nathan Kotylak attempting to set several other fires in trash cans, and in another video which has since disappeared from the Internet, some are calling Kotylak out on possible sexual assault charges.
The video in question showed an unidentified female standing on a police car exposing her breasts to a crowd of hundreds of rioters, including Nathan Kotylak, who stepped towards the car and slapped the female on her breasts without her consent.
Insight: Read more about the possible assault
On Monday, film critic Roger Ebert weighed in on his Twitter account comparing a Facebook group called “100,000 strong to ban Nathan Kotylak from the Canada Olympic team” to a “lynch mob” which he later clarified as being directed towards a small minority of the commenters, and not the group as a whole.
The petition has been directed at members of the Canadian Olympic Committee, the Canadian Olympic Athletes’ Commission, and Water Polo Canada and includes a passionate call to the members of the three organizational bodies on behalf of Canadian citizens.Shelly Comeon, creator of the “100,000 strong” Facebook group, launched an online petition on Wednesday calling for a 5 year ban to be placed on Nathan Kotylak from competing in the Olympic Games or representing Canada abroad.
Closeup: See the petition calling for the 5 year Olympic ban
When asked by Facebook members about her current relationship with Nathan Kotylak, the answer given by the allged ex has left many wondering what exactly her intentions are in running a support page for Kotylak.
“He’s not my friend … We’re not friends. We dated yes. Friends no,” she said.
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