As RadarOnline.com exclusively reported, Long Island Medium star Theresa Caputo has devastated her grieving clients by entirely missing the mark with her readings, acting rude and unapproachable off-camera, and using her assistants to gather information about the late loved one prior to the session. And now RadarOnline.com can reveal that the TV psychic has upset a very famous client.
In September 2013, the New York native filmed a reading with missing woman Stacy Peterson’s sister, Cassandra Cales, for an upcoming season of her hit reality show, SciFake.com founder Ron Tebo alleges in a shocking new video.
In the clip, investigator Tebo reveals the online conversation he had in June with Cales, whose sister famously disappeared in 2007 at just 23 years old. (The prime suspect in the case is Peterson’s husband, former Illinois police sergeant Drew, who is currently serving 38 years in prison for murdering his previous wife, Kathleen Savio. In 2013, prosecutors said Drew could soon be facing a second murder charge in Stacy’s case.)
“Caputo’s staff contacted me and kept harassing me for a reading,” Cales says in the messages. “Constant emails for months.”
But after giving in and flying to New York for the session with Caputo, 47, Illinois native Cales says she was underwhelmed by the self-proclaimed medium’s inability to connect with Stacy.
“She gave me nothing,” Cales tells Tebo in the messages. “She really sucked and wasn’t hitting on nothing.”
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Though Caputo failed to convince Cales that she had made a connection, she allegedly told the mourning sister to stop searching for Stacy’s body.
“Caputo said Stacy didn’t want me searching for her, to put it to rest,” Cales says. “It was a hard day for me.”
“I think she was a fake, phony. And lied to me.”
The reading has never aired on Long Island Medium.
The reality star has brushed off the numerous fraud reports, claiming “I don’t let negativity and negative people affect me.”