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Health & Fit Arizona woman who destroyed Target mask display in viral video says she regrets behavior

08:07  30 july  2020
08:07  30 july  2020 Source:   msn.com

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An Arizona woman went on a profanity-laced tirade inside a Target store, destroying a display of protective face masks in the process. Two mask -wearing Target employees appear in the video . One of them can be heard saying , "Excuse me ma'am," but she is interrupted by the woman who

An Arizona woman gained internet fame Sunday for all the wrong reasons, reportedly filming herself at a Target destroying a face mask display . According to a Newsweek report, the viral incident was ignited by a woman allegedly filming herself in a Scottsdale-area Target as she engaged in a

Melissa Rein Lively's spiral in an Arizona Target was caught on video for all to see. She recorded herself destroying a mask display in early July – something she now says she regrets and is in treatment for mental illness.

In an exclusive interview with USA TODAY, Rein Lively, the CEO and founder of a public relations firm, said she lost all of her clients and her husband filed for divorce after the videos of her expletive-filled rants went viral.

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An Arizona woman says she was sent by President Trump and a conspiracy theory group to take Target to task for selling face masks and to flaunt her

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"I think mental illness has been really something that has not been addressed as a result of this pandemic," she said. "Because what happened to me was scary and it changed my life forever. I felt I had absolutely no control over my actions."

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After her manic meltdown in the store, Rein Lively said she was taken for a psychiatric evaluation after her husband called police from their home. She said she stayed in a mental health facility for over a week.

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Conflicts at businesses from Costco to Trader Joe's over being asked to wear masks have erupted in recent weeks, seen in viral videos of shoppers' tirades, as coronavirus cases surge.

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In the video , the woman shouts about “not doing it” anymore and screams the store lets “everyone else do it” after staffers try to stop her . “I was hired to be the QAnon spokesperson,” she says . The woman , who was arrested, told police to “call Donald Trump and ask him” because she can’t share

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At a Florida Costco Wholesale Club in late June, Daniel Maples was captured in a viral video that showed him yelling at another customer during an argument about face masks. Maples said the video didn't show the story and that since the video went viral, he lost his job and received hundreds of threatening texts, emails and voicemails.

For some who have watched the videos, which have come in rapid succession showing people being combative over masks or stoking a racially charged exchange, the routine follow-up apologies may fall flat amid the consequences of getting caught behaving badly in public.

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Like Maples, Rein Lively said she received threatening messages after her July 4 Target trip in Scottsdale, Arizona. She said she'll be going to a treatment program next week and wanted to share her story to let others struggling "know they are not alone in facing mental illness."

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Experts say for many people the negative mental health impacts will outlast the current crises. Research suggests the extreme stress triggered by these events may even lead to longer-term psychiatric disorders. A recent study estimates deaths from alcohol, drug overdose and suicide as people suffer amid the social isolation imposed by the pandemic could reach 150,000.

Rein Lively shared the video of her pulling masks down at Target on her social media accounts, but it went viral when Twitter user @RexChapman posted it and has been viewed more than 10.1 million views as of Wednesday7/29 night.. In the video, she shows off her Rolex watch and declared it was worth $40,000.

In addition to working to recover her mental health, she says she knows she has work to do to restore her professional reputation.

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"It's going to take a long time for me to rebuild the trust from people, you know as I get my life and career back on track," she said. "I love what I do and am passionate about what I do and I'm going to fight this."

Extreme stress from the pandemic, she said, triggered what she called a "manic bipolar episode."

"I can absolutely see that how I acted was unbelievably inappropriate not to mention classless and just completely out of character for how I conduct myself, professionally and personally," she said.

Target had said in a statement to USA TODAY in early July that "a guest ransacked" the mask display in one of its Scottsdale stores and the Salt River Police Department was called for "additional support."

Rein Lively said she picked up all the masks and put them in a cart and offered to buy them but was told she couldn't.

Though police spoke to her at Target and let her go, when she got home, she said, her husband called police out of concern about her mental state. She livestreamed the exchange on Instagram. It was in that video that she told officers she had connections at the White House, asked officers to call President Trump and said she was a spokesperson for QAnon.

Arizona woman who destroyed Target mask display in viral video says she regrets behavior

  Arizona woman who destroyed Target mask display in viral video says she regrets behavior Melissa Rein Lively, who recorded herself destroying a Target mask display and flashed her Rolex, said she is being treated for mental illness.In an exclusive interview with USA TODAY, Rein Lively, the CEO and founder of a public relations firm, said she lost all of her clients and her husband filed for divorce after the videos of her expletive-filled rants went viral.

"Everything that I was kind of doing was facetious and sarcastic and I realize now the world, obviously, took everything I was saying seriously like I really believed that," she told USA TODAY. "I was not arrested, I was taken in for a mental health evaluation. That was something that like really opened my eyes to this whole process."

Her husband, Jared Lively, told the Arizona Republic, part of the USA TODAY Network, that he started getting text messages from friends who had seen the Target video on Instagram on July 4.

He said he feared it was an escalation of a days-long decline in his wife’s mental health and a continuation of a problem that he said had manifested itself the year before.

“There’s a lot of people that have a manic episode like this,” Jared Lively said during an interview with the Republic, noting he had received death threats. “They just don’t film it.”

Target will start requiring shoppers nationwide to wear masks starting Saturday. Rein Lively said she now wears masks.

"I certainly want to respect others in the community and follow whatever mandates," she said. "I understand you know that masks are necessary for business to continue to operate which for me was obviously you know, my biggest frustration all this."

Contributing: Dalvin Brown, Alia E. Dastagir and Jayne O'Donnell, USA TODAY; Richard Ruelas, Arizona Republic; Jake Allen, Fort Myers News-Press

Follow USA TODAY reporter Kelly Tyko on Twitter: @KellyTyko

This article originally appeared on USA TODAY: Arizona woman who destroyed Target mask display in viral video says she regrets behavior

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