Here's some fun bits of reading to enjoy...
A ***? Really Chrissy? How ANY woman can not only work for a person like, but support and defend her and her ridiculous company now, is mind-blowingly asinine... CHRISTIAN WEEMS is doing all she can to spin her image around after nearly killing her own child, and then Knowingly destroyed evidence that would have further incriminated her best friend the child molester, (now serving only 13 years in prison for her crimes, would have been a longer term had Chrissy not intervened) How disgusting. Changing her name to "Chrissy", even dying her hair as a brunet now?! What is this, a movie? It's obvious to those who live here, and its becoming clearer to those elsewhere, that the Origami Owl company Chrissy started, (not her daughter Bella), is nothing more than a front, an unmistakable and straightforward attempt to clear her name and re-invent her image, under the guise of some sort of overnight entrepreneur running a multi-million dollar company on her own. Before Origami Owl Christian Weems was an interior decorator, (known WIDELY for using IKEA's cheap furnishings)... So how does a person like Christian Weems get to the top of a company reporting it's 250 million dollar worth to Forbes magazine in its 3rd year of business?... The Mormon church of course. Christian Weems simply did her church a favor and ended up taking a "bullet" for it. She helped to cover up Suzan Brock's crimes, in order to protect the public image and office of Suzan's husband, Fulton Brock, a Maricopa County Board Supervisor and high profile member of the Mormon church.
I've also recently found proof Origami Owl did in fact quietly sell the company to some generic LLC in the state of Delaware, which holds laws unique only to the state of Delaware that protects businesses, new one especially, from financial obligations should their business practices and decisions prove counterproductive and costly, no matter what choices are made... How convenient.
The moral of this story is DON'T buy in to the Origami Owl doctrine, "force for good", "women empowerment", it's all marketing. They're no different than any other pyramid scheme business, they just have a prettier package and a cute young girl to market as their founder. How shameful is THAT?! In a few years, Origami Owl will be nothing more than a statistical example studied by business and marketing students as how NOT to start, own, and operate a legitimate and integral business in the US open marketplace.