Getting closer?

A reader came up with a maiden name of Brown for Michelle Marie Asserod/Hinemann and by golly, he’s probably right.

(UPDATE): Looks like the sister  sister-in-law is Sylina Brown, who recently filed for bankruptcy, but word is that the maiden name is Parrott).

Michelle Aaserod is on MyLife

Michelle Aaserod, 47

New York, NY

Places Lived
New York, NY
Phone
(212) 517-XXXX
About Michelle Aaserod

Michelle Marie Aaserod was born in 1966. Michelle currently lives in New York, New York. Before that, Michelle lived in New York, NY in 2012. Before that, Michelle lived in New York, NY from 2005 to 2012.

Michelle Marie Aaserod is related to Sylina Brown, who is 35 years old and lives in Flowery Branch, GA. Michelle Marie Aaserod is also related to Alejandro Aguilar, who is 74 years old and lives in Daly City, CA.

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10 responses to “Getting closer?

  1. CatoRenasci

    Is she trying for a bad Reese Witherspoon life imitates ‘art’? Michelle Marie = Melanie Smooter? Where’s the Hound hiding and where’s the beef?

  2. Greenwich Gal

    CF – Stalker?

  3. Greenwich Gal

    But yes, it is all hilarious…

  4. Anonymous

    Looks like maiden name is Parrott

  5. Anon

    I think Sylina is somehow related to Alejandro Aguilar, not Michelle’s sister. It looks like Michelle’s parents are Oren and Golda Parrott (Golda is a blogger). They have four daughters. This is all from google.

  6. Anonymous

    Mother named Golda? Father is Oren? Golda has a painting blog out there.

  7. anonymous

    Theory is Sylina is the love child of Michele Marie and Alejandro Aguillar.

  8. MonkeyBusiness

    The passionate discussion on Michele Marie Henemann and her family sounds like a monkey business. There is nothing better to do? Is this desire or jealousy… Curiosity is me. And I am here to watch this play.

    • I happened to see an article about her suit in the Daily Mail and the bit about her seeking damages of $60,000 for her child’s chauffeur struck me as amusing. Then the story grew as each bit of digging exposed more fakery and readers who know her started supplying still more information and … snowball!
      It is funny though, no? And a great American tale.