A self-described Massachusetts witch priestess is suing a warlock after accusing him of harassing her for three years.
Lori Bruno-Sforza of Salem claims the “world’s best-known warlock,” Christian Day, has harassed her over the phone and online for several years. And the judge saw her side and granted her an order of protection, the Boston Globe reports.
The trial was a circus, to say the least. For example, the 75-year-old witchcraft store owner testified, “I can see into my own future. That’s why I’m here today.” Recieving death threats on Facebook, Bruno-Sforza said she wanted to protect herself from Day, a man who she once considered a friend.
“I am a woman! I am not somebody’s footstool,” she exclaimed.
Dressed in a yellow outfit — a far cry from his typical all-black attire — the 45-year-old warlock didn’t testify. However, his lawyer claimed their 27-year friendship fell apart after a deal in 2012, when the witch priestess decided to split their business, the New York Post wrote. Despite the bad blood, Day is well-known throughout the witchy community as the founder of Salem’s Festival of the Dead.
Ultimately, the judge ruled in favor of Bruno-Sforza, saying that the evening volume of calls carried out by Day were excessive. Storming out of court during the ruling, the 45-year-old claimed he would appeal the order.