Taylor Chapman, Local Racist Who Hates Dunkin' Donuts, Is Engaged To a Criminal

Taylor Chapman, who several days ago condemned a Dunkin' Donuts employee in a racist and profane tirade over an alleged missing receipt, has several problems.

One, the local gal is perhaps the most hated person on the internet right now, and she's deleted her LinkedIn, Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter accounts.

Two, she's probably going to get banned by Dunkin' Donuts, thereby making existence on this planet meaningless.

And three, her fiancé, Sean Hosch, has quite the lengthy rap sheet.

According to public records, the couple currently lives together in Belleview in Central Florida. But before that, they lit up Broward County through a variety of methods.

For Taylor, she was a spokesperson for the hilariously unironic marketing firm PowerSales Team, based in South Florida. She did YouTube advertisements for all sorts of eminently unmarketable businesses around Broward.

Just like business frontman Frank George taught her:

"We don't just get you business," George admonishes. "We put you in business."

But her fiancé, Hosch, had some Broward activities that weren't quite as industrious.

In February 2011, Fort Lauderdale police charged him with reckless driving and with possession of a controlled substance as well as possession of cannabis.

That February wasn't a good month for Hosch. Within weeks of the drug incident, Hosch was charged with three felonies in county court: burglary of an unoccupied structure and two counts of grand theft of a motor vehicle. (He pleaded no contest to all counts and was put on probation for 18 months.)

According to the incident report, a storage unit owned by Wesley Martin on SW Seventh Avenue had been burglarized, and two dirt bikes were stolen. Hosch, then 21, and Robert Brown, 22, were both charged with three felonies, according to the police report.

Hosch also has great taste in women.

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