Ex-Girlfriend Takes Cruelty To A Next Level, Sabotages Boyfriend's Music Career By Destroying His Prestigous Scholarship Letter Worth Thousands Of Dollars
On 16th June 2018
Abramovitz applied for a prestigious scholarship at the Colborn Conservatory of Music in Los Angeles in 2014 and was successful in his audition. But unfortunately, Abramovitz's girlfriend at the time Jennifer Lee sabotaged her boyfriend's career and with a well-executed plan deleted the original letter and constructed a fake letter of rejection for him.
#1 Turned Down A Prestigious Scholarship And Wrote A Fake Rejection Letter
In 2014 Eric Abramovitz’s then-girlfriend Jennifer Lee sent a fake email in which she turned down an offer of a prestigious scholarship from Colborn Conservatory of Music in Los Angeles. The Canadian Clarinettist filed a case against Jennifer in 2014 and reportedly has won the lawsuit of $350,000 (£200,000) in damages.
#2 'Lee's Interference Was Despicable'
The judge in the ruling said that the compensation was made because of Lee's 'despicable interference in Mr Abramovitz’s career.' Reportedly Abramovitz flew to California in 2014 to give audition for the prestigious scholarship for the course leader, renowned clarinet master, Yehuda Gilad.
#3 Lee Deleted The Original Mail Before Abramovitz Got The Chance To Read It
Abramovitz was the letter sent an email of acceptance but unfortunately, he received it. Before he had the chance to read and reply, Lee wrote a fake letter to the school, lying that at the time Mr Abramovitz would be somewhere else and won't be able to accept the offer. In addition to this she deleted the original mail sent by the school.
#4 She Made A Fake Alternative Offer With High Tuition Fees, Knowing Well Abramovitz Won't Be Able To Afford It
The email was intercepted by Lee, who was a flute student studying alongside Abramovitz at McGill University, in Montreal, Canada. The cunning lady also made an email account in Mr Gilad’s name and sent an email to Abramovitz to inform him that he has not been successful. The scholarship was worth about $50,000 (£38,000) a year.
She created an alternative offer, for the University of Southern California and offered very small funding for it and knowing that Abramovitz won't be able to afford the course he would eventually turn down the offer.