The Collegiate Commons discovered through publicly available information the owner of an instagram account that appears to frequently harass pro-life students, teens, and minors is Colleen Luckett, a forty nine-year-old self-employed English as a Second Language (ESL) instructor in Denver, Colorado. She is also a content writer and editor for the Medical Group Management Association (MGMA).
“We cannot ignore blatant predatory behavior,” said Avie Sark, president of Democrats for Life of Indiana and a 16-year-old high school student in central Indiana.
Sark notified The Collegiate Commons about Luckett’s account after Luckett posted a screenshot of Sark’s face next to a blow-up sex doll and referred to her as “blow-up Sue.”
After investigating Luckett’s account, we saw that when another pro-life account made a reel defending her, she appeared to say his motivations were sexual.
“I kept telling him she’s not going to f*ck him,” Luckett said, “but he just couldn’t put that misogynist white knighting cos playing to rest.”
Luckett appeared to dismiss the account when he told her Sark was a minor, and called her behavior inappropriate.
“Still have no idea how old this twat… is, and I don’t give a shite,” Luckett said. “Play adult games (like removing human rights), be prepared for adult consequences,” referring to her elsewhere as a “c*nt.”
The Collegiate Commons also discovered that Luckett has appeared to make several sexually-themed remarks about other students in the past.
Felipe Avila is a nursing student at Catholic University in Washington D.C. and president of teen pro-lifers.
“Her profanity-laced posts have often featured commentary on the physical appearances of pro-life leaders, even shaming them for their weight,” said Avila. “Colleen’s aim is clear: harass, bully, and intimidate the opposition into silence, no matter the cost.”
On a post made about Avila earlier this year, Luckett said “Kid really thinks his 20 seconds of pumping deserves full-term birth.”
Luckett has also made posts about Jack Martin, a pro-life high school student from the Fort Wayne area. She put his face in a post next to Reuben Verastigui, an adult convicted of child pornography and referred to Martin as a “groomer.”
“Another woman-hating male grinning like a loon,” she said. “Wonder if he’s a friend of Reuben Verastigui?”
Luckett has also previously appeared to call for harassment of other students.
“It would be a real shame if this kid got a whole bunch of online harassment that made him fear walking outside his door, wouldn’t it?,” she said, referring to Daniel Schmidt, a student at the University of Chicago. Luckett later reposted this, shortly before her account was taken down.
The Collegiate Commons also noticed Luckett posts memes targeting religious people more generally, some which seem to advocate for political violence.
For example, one meme Luckett has posted said that one thing “pastors can do instead of fucking kids” includes “base jumping with no parachute you worthless piece of shits,” and another saying “Jesus regrets dying for you.”
Another meme said “unless someone like you brings out the chippity chop, nothing is going to get better, it’s not,” with a picture of the Lorax next to a guillotine.
The Collegiate Commons discovered Luckett’s identity by searching through her followers on Medium, one of whom we discovered through Facebook is her mother, a fellow pro-abortion activist, and the owner of the company Koffee Kompanions.
Luckett left a comment on one of her mother’s posts saying “Shared on my @abortionfluencer account, and pointed them toward my linktree site,” and included an image of the same linktree associated with the account @theabortionfluencer.
Luckett’s bio states she is a “Caller-out of the Forced Birth Lobby. Refuser of irrelevant dEbAtEs. Defender of facts & #reprojustice.”
The Collegiate Commons reached out to Luckett for comment on LinkedIn and asked if her goal was to scare these students, but she denied being associated with the account.
“I’m definitely an abortion rights activist, but I’m not sure what you’re referring to,” she said. “Good luck with whatever you’re trying to accomplish.”
The Collegiate Commons also reached out to the Medical Group Management Association for confirmation that she was still employed by the advocacy organization.
“MGMA does not comment on matters concerning employees,” said Brad Krebs, media contact for MGMA.
As of publication, she no longer has an employee profile on their website.
UPDATE: After publication, she publicly revealed her face on her profile, using the image from this article. She later revealed her name on her account, and reposted some of the images here claiming she stood by them and her previous statements, although she appears to have deleted the posts mentioning Sark.