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Harrowing erotic fictional stories about murdering a real-life woman and stealing her identity have emerged after the death of dual-personality Alabama mayor and Baptist pastor.
Smiths Station Mayor F.L. ‘Bubba’ Copeland, 62, died by suicide on Friday after details of his ‘alter ego’ Brittini Blaire Summerlin were shared online.
The Phenix City pastor posted photos of himself in women’s clothing, trans porn and erotic fiction in which he fantasized about transitioning.
The conservative news site that revealed the now-deceased mayor’s ‘hobby’ also revealed that Copeland posted at least four pieces of trans porn and identity theft fiction to a website.
In one short story, Copeland, who owns a local grocery store, wrote about watching women in-store security cameras and saving the videos for this ‘private collection.’
In another long-form fictional story posted under his pseudonym, Brittini Blaire, the narrator becomes obsessed with a real-life local business owner, who he ultimately murders to assume her identity.
The story goes into detail about the steps he takes to ‘transition’ and completely change his body to match the one of a real-life local woman living in his town.
He explains in the story that ‘her life had become his obsession’ and that calling him a ‘stalker would be an understatement’ .
The story details the narrator installing tracking malware to spy on the lady and track her purchases, movements and mannerisms.
The narrator also begins a hormone treatment regimen, buying similar clothes and training in the woman’s profession to assume her identity.
The narrator also explains how he carefully began to insert himself as the unidentified lady into her friend group and goes into graphic detail on how he seduces her husband, a feat he calls ‘passing the ultimate test’.
‘This life is all I have ever wanted, and finally, it was all mine!’ the author writes.
Ultimately, the story delves deep into the narrator’s elaborate plan on how to kill the woman and permanently take her place in society.
The lady and her real-life business are repeatedly named in the story. In an interview with 1819 News, she said she was unaware of the story’s existence and was close to Copeland’s family.
After Copeland’s dual identity was revealed last week, the father-of-three told congregants he was the subject of an ‘internet attack’.
‘The article is not who or what I am […] ‘I apologize for any embarrassment caused by my private and personal life that has become public. This will not cause my life to change. This will not waiver my devotion to my family, serving my city, serving my church,’ Copeland said.