Bad Vegan takes a deep dive into crimes committed by restaurateur, Sarma Melngailis (Photo Credit: Millie Garstka/Canva/Achona Online)
Bad Vegan takes a deep dive into crimes committed by restaurateur, Sarma Melngailis

Photo Credit: Millie Garstka/Canva/Achona Online

Netflix Releases New Docuseries, Bad Vegan (PODCAST)

March 29, 2022

In recent months, television companies like Netflix and Hulu have taken an increasing interest in female swindler stories. First Inventing Anna, then The Dropout, and most recently, Bad Vegan: Fame. Fraud. Fugitives. Bad Vegan takes a deep dive into the dynamic between restaurateur Sarma Melngailis and partner Anthony Strangis, as well as their attempt at grand larceny and tax fraud.  In this podcast, sophomore staff writer Millie Garstka, along with senior staff writer Elise Favret share their comments, confusions, and critiques about the new docuseries.

 

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  • Maria BraaksmaApr 3, 2022 at 1:44 pm

    I watched “bad vegan” last night and most of the way through I truly felt bad for her. This dude was a complete slob and so full of bs. His stories were unbelievable and far-fetched. If she was that easily mentally manipulated to believe any of his crap maybe she needs to be locked up for her good. It makes me sad how many people think “it’s not my business” but it’s everyone’s business to stop people from doing this to someone you care about.

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