Redditors initially voted up the post, but quickly grew suspicious of the poster and their intentions, noting that it was unlikely the sister of a Sandy Hook victim would seek to honor her deceased sibling by posting a photo under the username "Pussyrammer."
We shared an account...Then my boyfriend started being an ass on that username so we created pussyrammer together. We shared a computer so it was easier than logging in and out to separate accounts.
When asked why she didn't create a new, less explicit account for the purposes of her tribute, Pussyrammer responded that the account was just as much a part of the tribute as the photo.
"I'm sorry if this offends anyone I'm just trying to share something with a community that both of us were a part of," she wrote. "We had created this account together so I did not want to make a new account."