In a series of earlier posts about Amish Mafia’s Esther Freeman Schmucker, it was revealed that she had a Plenty of Fish profile seeking “friends” since she was in a relationship with a rapper, Mirkat, real name Amir, from around December 20, 2012 to January 10, 2013 at which point they split amid allegations of domestic violence and emotional abuse and he began openly courting his ex online.
In those posts, it was established that Schmucker used the same handle on PoF as she did on Twitter. She used that account to interact with Mirkat, whom she was dating until this weekend. And under @TheRealMirkat, he confirmed their relationship back in December by writing: “bagged the chick from Amish Mafia last night. We hooked up in front of my crib I didnt even know until she told me today and I watched it.” Soon after which he began asking his followers to watch “his chick’s” show. But now it’s over and there have been allegations that he hit Schmucker and was still in love with his ex who, allegedly, aborted his baby.
Also on Twitter, in between writing harassing messages to anyone who doesn’t like Amish Mafia, Schmucker confirms her identity.
Asked “fake or not Amish Mafia is a hit show for me but do you know the other characters in real life?” Schmucker replied: “yes the characters are all who they say they are.” Sticking to claims of the show’s veracity even though on December 23 Mirkat tweeted: “My new chick produce for TLC and got her own show the Discovery Channel.” Incidentally, TLC is the channel that broadcast Breaking Amish and that show and Amish Mafia, broadcast on Discovery, were both produced by Hot Snakes Media.
Talking to a friend who’d had trouble getting in touch since the show aired, Schmucker replied: “of course I changed [my number]. Lol things are crazy with the show.”
In response to another user, who asked whether he spelled her name right, she corrected his spelling of “Ester” to Esther.”
She then called out a fake account @Amish_Esther, she told her followers: “yeah amish Esther is a fake page. Ecstasy686 is my real one” adding “Heads up everyone. The page Amish Esther isn’t really me. It’s another fake page.”
And she hints at the reasons for appearing on Amish Mafia, writing a few moments ago: “In life there will always be people who wanna see you fail. But if you have a dream, chase it. Your real friends will always support you.” In response to fan/ friend support after getting attacked on Twitter, she wrote back: “People that hate make me more determined to achieve my dreams.”
She also says the cast are no longer friends: “I don’t think any of us are really friends at this point. Business comes first.”
And she thanks fans for their support: “I just wanna shout out to all my fans. And thank you all from the bottom of my heart for all the love and support. I appreciate all of you.”
UPDATE: 1/14/13: Schmucker released some photos of herself two hours ago, with the caption: “#picstitch #goodgirlduringtheday #wildchildatnight”