The senior citizen had met the teenager at a senior living facility where she worked as a careworker.
A teenager who married an 89-year-old with dementia for his money was reportedly exposed on social media. Nineteen-year-old Olivia C. Stone married Lee R. Hopkins, a senior citizen, just to inherit his wealth. She herself admitted to the same in private chats that were leaked onto social media. The teenager was working as a careworker at a senior living facility when she met the 89-year-old man, who suffers from dementia, reported Nationalist Review. She also bragged about inheriting his assets and said he could die before Christmas. The teenager grew close to Lee Hopkins after she was put in charge of giving the man his daily medication.
The pair got married in September 2020, according to the marriage records of Arkansas in the Pope County Clerk’s office. Olivia Stone also posted pictures of their marriage on her Twitter profile. She told family and friends that she was in love with Hopkins. The wedding also raises ethical questions considering the man's deteriorating memory. The teenager's private chats revealed she didn't marry for love and threw light on her actual intentions.
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Prior to getting married, in a private chat, she wrote: "I'd like to stay for a few more months at least if I can," before stating she was waiting to inherit her elderly husband's wealth. The respondent of the chat was shocked and replied, "Wait so MARRIAGE? WITHIN THE NEXT LIKE YEAR? I didn't realize it was that serious." Stone made it evident she only had eyes for his wealth. "Michael, if we get married I would be the sole person who gets his inheritance," said the teenager. She also tweeted excitedly about the amount of money the senior citizen had. "I'm gonna p*ss and sh*t and vomit on myself. Lee has so much f*cking money f*cking hell I've literally been homeless before," the teenager allegedly wrote. She had been was using the Twitter handle @BeansHype and went by the username Mrs. Vagina Jones, but later deleted her profile.
Having lost his wife and son, Lee Hopkins didn't have anyone to protect him from being exploited by the careworker at the living facility. While his son died before, his wife died in a car crash in which Hopkins was driving. He had lost his way to the local IHOP and ended up 25 miles away from the intended location, pointing to cognitive decline. He was also unable to recognize his own pastor. It was after his wife's death that he moved into the senior living facility.
Stone also predicted her husband's death. When someone asked her "Aren't you engaged," she responded, "Bro, he could die before Christmas LMAO." She was also courting her next relationship while being married to the senior citizen. "So when I'm widowed do you want me," she asked a person who'd posted a selfie of theirs. The screenshots of the messages went viral and she was faced with a barrage of criticism following which she deleted her social media profiles. The senior living facility Brookdale Russellville said Hopkins wasn't a resident at the facility but an employee reportedly confirmed that he was a resident at the time Stone had worked there. An old Facebook post by Brookdale Russellville appreciating her work confirmed she worked there. "Thank you Olivia Stone for all you do for our residents! You are amazing and we appreciate you!" read the post, that has since been archived.