Janie Santana continues to play the helpless victim, whining to friends in confidence that her son Rudy Farias is a ‘twerp’ who ‘ruined’ her multiple ‘reputations’ after going public with activist Quanell X, Your Content has exclusively learned.
What’s more, the embattled mom wants police to charge her son for ‘lying’ about their relationship.
“Jannie went off the deep end over the weekend,” the friend told Your Content. “I’d call her mental state a crisis.”
According to the friend, whose identity was confirmed by Your Content, the two united in 2016 to search for their missing sons after meeting on Facebook. From there they formed a group of moms in similar situations to provide updates about their missing loved ones.
“‘Rudy is a self-serving twerp and I’m going to seek charges against him for this mess if he doesn’t clean up his act,’” Janie reportedly told the group of friends. “‘This attack is fueled by my sister who is manipulating my son to turn him against me. She’s the one who introduced Rudy to Quanell.’”
The friend told Your Content that Santana is ‘outraged’ because all of nearly half of her ‘reputations’ have been compromised.
“She told me that ‘half’ of her online aliases—or what she called ‘reputations’—have been destroyed. She has accounts posing as women, men, transgenders, adults, teenagers, and even elders.”
Friends say Janie’s pity parade is just one more attempt by the mortified mom to portray herself as the victim.
“Janie used those accounts to ‘help’ bring awareness to missing people. She believed an attractive profile picture would help catch the attention of men more than a ‘widow’ ever could.”
The friend says the people closest to Janie knew she was merely a ‘side piece’ for Rudy’s dad and he wanted nothing to do with either of the two.
“Rudy’s father didn’t want anything to do with Janie or Rudy,” the friend continued. “She was a side piece gone wrong. From what her family told me in the past, he didn’t expect for her to get pregnant.”
“She is having a mental breakdown,” a longtime friend of Janie Santana previously told Your Content. “I’d say she’s more upset that her aliases were made public than anything else that happened this past week. She’s been logging on and off of Facebook all day over that new article published by the New York Post.”
The friend said Janie wants a “fresh start” as a result of the widely reported investigation that captivated the nation.
“She wants to get out of Houston like yesterday,” the friend previously told Your Content. “Janie blames the police for ‘vilifying’ her. She told me: ‘If anyone committed a crime—they did with their lies. All I did in this case was provide a loving home.’”
According to several news reports, Janie skipped town on Wednesday night, leaving everyone bewildered and searching for answers.
The current whereabouts of Janie Santana remain unknown. Police have declined to file charges at this time. However, the investigation is still “fluid,” police confirm.
HPD authorities disclosed this information during a press conference last week, shedding new light on the mysterious case that captivated the nation overnight.
Janie Santana had reported her son missing in 2015 when he was 17. However, neighbors have refuted this claim, asserting that they had seen Farias regularly during the period he was presumed missing. The neighbors recall Farias speaking about the death of his brother in a motorcycle accident in 2011, a tragic event that his mother had mentioned to officials.
Farias’ father, Rudolph Farias III, a Houston police officer, sadly died by suicide in 2014. At the time of his death, he was being investigated by internal affairs after serving the force for 21 years.
According to Farias, he was found by the police last week because he had taken his mother’s car in an attempt to escape her control. The exact timeline of his initial disappearance before being discovered near the church on June 29 remains unclear. Quanell mentioned that Farias had his mother’s credit card, which had been issued two years earlier.
As the investigation continues, the Houston Police Department declined to comment further when approached by Your Content, citing the ongoing nature of the case.