Braintree Theater and Plymouth McDonald’s Stabbing Suspect Jared Ravizza Paid Beverly Hills Magazine To Write Positive Article About Him

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Jared Ravizza, the Martha’s Vineyard man accused of stabbing four children at an AMC movie theater in Braintree and two people at a McDonald’s in Plymouth, has a “heart of gold,” according to an article written about him last year.

Ravizza, 26, of Chilmark, who is accused of stabbing six people on Saturday, May 25, had a glowing article written about him by Beverly Hills Magazine in January 2023, as NewBostonPost previously reported.

However, it turns out, this was a pay-to-play article. It’s the kind that costs $350, the publication told NewBostonPost.

“For Business Leader Profiles or Personal Interviews, Brand Features, or Real Estate Property Features the fee is $350,” Beverly Hills Magazine told NewBostonPost in an email message. “These include a Social Media Ad shared across all our platforms.”

“If you would like to proceed, we will send you the invoice once paid,” the publication added. “You would provide us with your website. Any other articles pertaining to you and we would send you the Q&A and also you would provide us with photos and we will get it published ASAP.”

The publication wrote a business leader profile about the transgender individual, who identifies as a “she” on Instagram.

The title described Ravizza as a “modern marketing mogul” and the article called him a “beautiful soul.”

“Many people find a sense of fulfillment and purpose in working to make positive changes in the world,” the article said. “They derive a deep sense of satisfaction in knowing that their efforts positively impact others, contributing to a better world. One such beautiful soul is Jared Ravizza. He is a man with an innate desire to bring out the best in other humans in the most beautiful way.”

“From business, to social media, to philanthropy, Jared Ravizza is contributing his gifts to the world. In this exclusive interview, we learn more about the CEO and founder of Ravizza Group,” the article added.

Additionally, the article said Ravizza was involved with many charitable causes but never mentioned any organizations he supported or how he supported them.

“To bring hope to the hungry, homeless, trafficked, and sick people worldwide, the Ravizza Group has partnered with several organizations,” the article said. “Even more, this worldwide mission project collaborates with organizations to offer restoration and healing to communities in need. Additionally, the global initiative project exists for the abandoned to spread light, hope, and healing around the world. Furthermore, it aims to assist in establishing the framework for potential future developments. A noble endeavor if we must say!”

NewBostonPost was unable to find anything online about these purported charitable contributions from Ravizza Group.

Ravizza, faces charges of “assault with intent to murder, and two counts of assault and battery with a dangerous weapon,” according to a press release from Plymouth County District Attorney Tim Cruz’s office. Police arrested him in Sandwich last Saturday night.

Beverly Hills Magazine is a primarily online publication that covers entertainment and fashion. It features many advertorials, like the article written about Ravizza.


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