Claira Janover, the recent Harvard grad who went viral on TikTok for saying she will “stab” anyone who tells her “All Lives Matter,” claimed earlier this week that she was “fired” from her “dream job” at Deloitte and her friends started a GoFundMe to raise $10,000 in her name.
“The Claira Janover is Incredible Fund: Part II” on GoFundMe by “Emil Y” and “Mo T” organized on behalf of Claira Janover has already raised $9,216 of their $10,000 goal based off this premise.
I’m one of Claira’s classmates from school; we have been friends since sophomore year of college and I am currently in contact with her (have contacted GoFundMe about making her the beneficiary since there seems to be a glitch on the website that won’t let me do it). Inspired by a similar GoFundMe started for Claira in 2019 when she was going through a familial crisis, we decided to start this GoFundMe yesterday upon learning that she was conveniently let go from Deloitte a day after she went viral in order to compensate slightly for her loss of income.
Claira promoted the GoFundMe that was based on lies on her own Twitter and also got money through Venmo:
I am awe struck as usual to everyone Venmoing me and reaching out with support and kindness <3 thank you to those who were REMARKABLE enough to make a freaking GOFUNDME. I am awe struck and so grateful https://t.co/4rmzxUcJc0
— claira j (@clurajan) July 2, 2020
Jonathan Gandal, a managing director at Deloitte, told The Daily Mail on Friday that Janover “has never been an employee of our organization.”
Sorry. No data so far.
Instead, Gandal said she was “formerly scheduled for a two-week internship later this summer.”
“Gandal said the offer of an internship was withdrawn because they have a company policy forbidding threatening violence,” The Daily Mail reported.
So it turns out that the stabbing video girl didn't actually have a job at Deloitte but was only scheduled for a 2-week internship over there at the end of summer. Now she set up a GoFundMe and has already made $8,645 🙃 https://t.co/jnZDjMfQlk
— Philippe Lemoine (@phl43) July 3, 2020
GoFundMe last week canceled a campaign for the British man who flew a “White Lives Matter” banner over a soccer stadium but they’re allowing this woman who said she’ll stab the next person who says “All Lives Matter” and lied about being “fired” to raise $10,000.
UPDATE: A minute after this was published I checked Janover’s GoFundMe again and noticed it was stealth-edited to take out the lines about the organizer being “currently in contact with” Janover and contacting GoFundMe “about making her the beneficiary.”
It also now says she was “rescinded from Deloitte” rather than “let go from” and the line saying that it’s “in order to compensate slightly for her loss of income” was removed.
A line was added saying, “Claira was set to begin a two-week remote internship at Deloitte and she had a conditional full-time offer.”
I’m one of Claira’s classmates from school; we have been friends since sophomore year of college. Inspired by a similar GoFundMe started for Claira in 2019 when she was going through a familial crisis, we decided to start this GoFundMe yesterday upon learning that she was conveniently rescinded from Deloitte a day after she went viral. Claira was set to begin a two-week remote internship at Deloitte and she had a conditional full-time offer.
I underlined the lines which were changed in this side by side:
At least $9,216 of the $10,000 goal was raised off these alleged falsehoods.
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