I keep telling people to be mindful of what they post on Facebook!
An Ohio man’s flex session on Facebook has sent him back to prison!
Last May, 22-year-old Ryan Fye was sentenced to three years in prison after pleading guilty to vehicular assault and aggravated vehicular homicide in connection to a 2013 car crash that killed William Fekete.
He was granted an early release on December 9, 2014 and the first thing he did was hop on the book to let people know exactly what was on his mind.
Ryan posted a photo with both of his middle fingers up along with the following caption:
Prison didnt break me. It MADE me! Im free. Im a new man. Don’t come at like before. Yes im skinny and muscular now.
7 months of working out everyday. Love my real friends an fam. Shout outs to my fam behind bars. Ill see ya when you’re time is near! Miss you brothers!
It didn’t take long before people began to call Ryan Fye out for his insensitive Facebook rant prompting him to post another message attempting to explain himself.
For everyone who has seen the photo of me saying “hi” to my haters. I hope you all dont take it the wrong way. Because many people are making it a big deal for some reason and wont leave me alone about it. Its directed towards all the Fake friends i had and have, all the people trying to snoop and talk sh*t about me like im some sort of monster. It has NOTHING to do with my case what so ever nor the parties involved in my case.
Its a simple gesture to those who hate me, those who always called me fat, the ones who dawned on me, and of course me saying “f**k prison” cause prison isnt something i would wish upon my biggest enemy. Dont judge a book by its cover unless you plan on reading the whole book. Have a good day everyone!
Unfortunately, Ryan’s explanation fell on deaf ears. The damage was already done and his messages upset the victim’s family.
Cuyahoga County Judge Richard McMonagle concluded Ryan’s message violated sanctions imposed on him as part of his early released and ordered him back to prison to serve the remainder of his three-year sentence.
Ryan Fye’s defense attorney, Michael Stepanik, is hot as fish grease and feels his client shouldn’t have been violated.
Stepanik told WEWS-TV in Cleveland, “Committing a crime is a probation violation, not abiding by the rules is a probation violation. Mr. Fye didn’t do any of those things.”
A hearing is set for January 15 for a new judge to determine whether or not Ryan Fye will have to serve the remainder of his sentence.