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CanadaEmma Teitel: ‘Chair Girl’ Instagram account is absolutely popping right now. It’s pretty clear that the theme is not quiet contrition

04:05  30 april  2019
04:05  30 april  2019 Source:   thestar.com

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Zoia’s Instagram account is absolutely popping right now . Her page is currently listed as private (meaning if you want to follow her, she has to grant your request to do so). But with a following of 18,000 it ’ s hard to believe she’s discriminating. After all, an account that caters to tens of thousands

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Emma Teitel: ‘Chair Girl’ Instagram account is absolutely popping right now. It’s pretty clear that the theme is not quiet contrition © Rick Madonik Marcella Zoia, 19, leaves College Park court, left, in a Feb. 13, 2019, file photo. She is facing mischief endangering life, mischief involving damage to property and common nuisance for allegedly tossing a chair from an upper-floor balcony toward the busy Gardiner Expressway, hundreds of feet below. Her lawyer said she threw the chair during a “momentary lapse of judgment.”The incident was captured in a widely shared social media post, right.

Marcella Zoia — aka “Chair Girl” — aka the woman recorded throwing a chair off a high-rise balcony onto an expressway in February (miraculously killing no one) is back in the news again.

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I hope it helps you. The profile from whom you are trying to share the post is private. You can share someone’ s post from Feed to your story if their account is public. There is also some rules which Instagram follows to determine whether an account is ‘worthy’ of a particular feature.

You meet these people throughout your life, out of nowhere, under the strangest circumstances, and they help you feel alive. I don’t know if that makes me believe in coincidence, or fate, or sheer blind luck, but it definitely makes me believe in something.”

Zoia’s lawyer, Gregory Leslie, appeared in court last week and went to bat for the 19-year-old who stands charged with mischief endangering life, mischief damaging property, and common nuisance.

Leslie told the press he’s hoping his client gets a second chance in the form of a discharge.

Why might she deserve one?

“She’s a young lady that was put under a lot of peer pressure and made a mistake,” Leslie told reporters in February about what might have compelled Zoia to hurl a chair into the air one grey Toronto morning.

As to her less-than-repentant demeanor when she appeared in court (Zoia was filmed smiling for the cameras in February), Leslie told reporters in March, “She’s a young lady ... and she reacted the way she reacted.”

Indeed. Young or old, lady or otherwise, we can’t always react the way we are supposed to react. I would never toss patio furniture off a condo balcony, but I might smile in front of a sea of reporters and news cameras — as Zoia did.

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It’s unfair to measure the depth of a person’s regret based on the expression she wears in a surreal situation. But it is fair to judge her recent conduct in front of another camera: her own.

Zoia’s Instagram account is absolutely popping right now. Her page is currently listed as private (meaning if you want to follow her, she has to grant your request to do so). But with a following of 18,000 it’s hard to believe she’s discriminating.

After all, an account that caters to tens of thousands of strangers can’t accurately be described as private, especially when some of those strangers are members of the press.

This week, Newstalk 1010 reporter Siobhan Morris posted to Twitter what appears to be a recent but since deleted video clip from Zoia’s Instagram account, in which the 19-year-old is sitting at a table, partying with friends. In the clip, a man (whose face we don’t see) appears to toss a small object onto the table, one he refers to as “coke” and then, “the cocaine.” Zoia appears mortified and exclaims, almost immediately, “Coca Cola!”

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Whatever the object was (it was certainly too small to be a bottle of coca cola), it’s pretty clear that the theme of Zoia’s social media page is not quiet contrition.

At present, her account is a catalogue of Kardashian-inspired selfies and videos — some sexy, some silly, some a bit of both. Most of them though have one thing in common: a hell of a lot of likes.

A photo of what appears to be Zoia’s backside in a thong bikini posted April 15 generated nearly 1,400. A photo from last week (another bikini shot with the caption “Cotton Candy Sky”) amassed more than 1,800.

On March 11 she posted a clip of herself in a mini dress and heels, standing on what looks like a nightclub couch, flipping her long blond ponytail behind her shoulder. Caption: “If my 30 inch hair hit you when I flip it then you 30 inches too close to me.” The clip was viewed more than 40,000 times.

On March 5th, less than a month after the chair-toss incident, Zoia posted a photo of herself looking very serious in a low-cut tank top, alongside the caption “I’m smiling on the inside lmao.”

Perhaps she’ll smile all the way to the bank.

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just can't front when I look at you Just keep it one hundred, when I throw these hundreds I hope that your ass gon' know what to do [Chorus: Doja Cat & Gucci Mane] Tha-tha-tha-tha-tha-that' s my shit, that' s my wave Do it like that and I'll repay it Don't be scared, I ain't.

It ’ s a shame you didn’t come with us to Sicily. But, to be honest, our trip was a bit of a disaster! First of all, the place we stayed at was absolutely fantastic. We took lots of pictures and sunbathed. Unfortunately, I did overdo it this time and got sunstroke.

Zoia is a “young lady” as her lawyer likes to remind us. But it’s hard to believe she’s clueless. Few young women in this era are clueless about the power they hold to turn public scorn into celebrity — and a lucrative career. Paris did it. Kim did it. Why can’t Marcella do it? Why shouldn’t she do it?

Her reputation is shot. She was expelled from school, according to her lawyer. The chair video is out there permanently. A judgment in her favour will not change the fact that potential employers will question her own judgment forever.

It’s true that posting a series of sexy, party photos after you’ve been charged with mischief endangering life seems like a bad idea if you want to convince the world you’re a responsible, repentant person. But if you suspect they’ll never believe you, why not double down on your bad reputation?

Why not become the pin-up girl of poor judgment?

At this rate — a few thousand likes per post despite having nearly caused a major collision — Zoia’s on her way to social media stardom and a reality TV show. Give it a few more months and the nightclub appearance offers will probably start rolling in — maybe even an invitation from WWE, an organization that’s always been partial to a good chair toss.

I see a YouTube fitness channel in her future, touting the unique aerobic benefits of chair-hurling. The possibilities are endless.

Unless of course she winds up in prison.

Either way, if you want to prevent the rise of Marcella Zoia from “chair girl” to Chairwoman of her own empire, don’t follow her on Instagram and don’t watch her videos.

Of course this will prove extremely difficult for a lot of people, myself included. Because it seems the only thing social media users love more than shaming a woman who has done something wrong, is venerating her a few months later.

Emma Teitel is a columnist based in Toronto covering current affairs. Follow her on Twitter: @emmaroseteitel

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