Alldread – Keeping Track of All Those Personalities

| March 7, 2020

Published recently in the, in what is probably the longest headline I’ve ever come across but fully explains the article…

Conman who swindled $2million from nine women he met on dating sites admits in jailhouse interview he posed as so many different people – including a fighter pilot and doctor – that he struggled to keep track of who he was

We have our old friend Derek Allread, who raked in over $2 million dollars while scamming women using Stolen Valor.

Over several years, Alldred went by various names and pretended he had an impressive career alternating between a US Navy pilot, professor, defense analyst, attorney, doctor and firefighter to dupe the women out of thousands.

The master of deception has finally spoken out from behind bars about his fraudulent spree in an interview with Dateline.

Allread lays it all out there, hopeful to gain sympathy to his “struggles” …

‘It was tough to keep track of who I was,’ the felon said in the interview.

He described it as ‘overwhelming’ trying to keep his many stories straight.

‘It’s impossible to keep straight. Particularly when I was running from the courts or, you know, running from the United States Marshals,’ he said.

‘I mean, it was tough to keep track of who I was saying, you know, where I was and what I was doing and who I was. It’s overwhelming.’

But that didn’t stop him from making distinctions about what is and what isn’t stolen valor…

Alldred went on to shrug off the idea that posing as a military fighter pilot was ‘stolen valor’, when interviewer Andrea Canning brought up his perhaps most controversial disguise.

But Alldred arrogantly dismissed the comments as ‘a cheap shot question’ and said: ‘It’s not a big part of my case, because it’s actually no part of my case.’

‘But it opened the door, really, to the federal authorities going after you,’ Canning pushed.

Alldred responded: ‘Right, I’m not gonna answer it.’

But things finally caught up to him…

Alldred was sentenced to 24 years in prison in Texas back in August after pleading guilty to mail fraud and aggravated identity fraud.

He was also forced to pay $255,000 in restitution, a fraction of the $2 million he swindled out of his victims.

Now, if Alldred swindles anyone at all these days, the booty gained will be cigarettes or toilet wine.

Category: Fake SEAL, Navy, Navy Poser, Phony SEAL, Stolen Valor

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  1. 26Limabeans says:

    May he get bent over the nearest saw horse but my God
    the guy was good at his chosen career.
    And he ain’t that all that handsome (according to a
    friend) so it’s gotta be skill.
    Hopefully he can be re-educated by Bubba and the boys.

  2. 5th/77th FA says:

    I actually watched the whole broadcast, which in itself is a FIRST for me. Ms Thang Golden Haired Surprise made sure that this dirt bag was not only caught, but prosecuted. He had many a girlfriend…now he has become the girlfriend of many. He is well and truly phuqued now…literally. Bwaaahahahahahahahahahahahaha

    Sad that none of the ladies will ever be repaid what he stole, and they will never trust any man. Not that I would blame them for their loss of trust.

    • marinedad61 says:

      “A fool and his money……”
      applies to way more than drunk men at casinos,
      and windfall wealthy trying a new business.

      Sympathy varies, depending on the behaviors of the victims.

      You can be sure that more than 1 of these females
      had relatives and friends waving the red and yellow flags,
      be careful, be cautious, don’t do that, and more….
      and at least 1 of them responded with
      “Don’t phuck with my phantasy.”

      • 5th/77th FA says:

        Spot on md61. They pointed out in the broadcast that several of the women had fair warning, several from family members, and one of them from another victim. I can relate. What I thought was the girl of my dreams turned out to be my worst nightmare. And she had played her games with many, many men. Not only fooled me, but others too, of both genders. She still plays the victim, from what I’ve heard, and has become estranged from her entire family.

  3. marinedad61 says:

    Too many to count…..
    Military phonies and Stolen Valor phuckwads
    are exposed and outed
    over and over and over again,
    and more often than not,
    the PhakeBook phirst line dephenders… are PHEMALE.

  4. Comm Center Rat says:

    “Ladies, a word of advice. If you’re looking for a handsome, rich and intelligent man…Take three!”

    ~ Coluche [Michel Gérard Joseph Colucci], French comedian (1944-1986)

  5. thebesig says:

    See that ball cap on his head? Well, if anything is going to be on his head nowadays, it’s going to be his cellmate’s ass. 🙄

  6. HMCS(FMF) ret says:

    Now, if Alldred swindles anyone at all these days, the booty gained will be cigarettes or toilet wine.

    Ramen is considered currency in the joint… had a cousin that did time for GTA.

  7. Boy, what a con artist and I thought that I was every girls wet dream. Ok, I’ll be able to take the response and not take the pipe.

  8. Comm Center Rat says:

    “Stop. You had me at TRICARE.” ~ Anonymous victim quoted in police investigative report

  9. chooee lee says:

    Maybe the booty gained will be his booty.

  10. AW1Ed says:

    73 years young when he gets out, if he makes it that long.

  11. Ex-PH2 says:

    The bottom picture, 2nd from the left: is that dark thing a herpes pox, or just a split lip?

    Glad this scumbag got what’s coming to him. Won’t teach him anything. He’ll probably try rolling it out again once he’s out of the slammer.

  12. Poetrooper says:

    As I’ve posted here previously, I ran into this asshole once in the small mountain town of Ruidoso, NM, a skiing, horse-racing, gambling, resort town full of wealthy widows and divorcees, a target rich environment for him.

    He was sporting a SEAL baseball cap and since I was working with several special operations medical organizations from coast to coast at the time, including The SEALs at Coronado, I decided to engage him when he came out of the hardware store.

    When I asked about his service told me he was a retired O-5. When he didn’t recognize the name of a retired SEAL acquaintance of mine, an O-6/captain, I knew he was a phony. That community is simply too small for a SEAL commander not to know one of the few O-6’s in the organizational structure. He gave me a blank look when I asked if he was an East or West Coast SEAL and no response when I inquired about his BUD’s class number.

    My SEAL acquaintance later confirmed the guy couldn’t possibly have been an O-5/full commander without knowing who my friend, as a captain and a Spec War Group commanding officer was. I kept a hopeful eye out for him for a long time but never saw him again until Jonn first posted his mug.

    Hope the prick serves the full 24 years.

    God Bless Texas!

    • rgr769 says:

      I was going to post that this rat bastard would only serve about half of his sentence, but then I watched the Dateline two hour TV saga of his crimes. He was finally captured and investigated by NCIS and prosecuted in federal court in Texas. He plead guilty to several counts of aggravated identity theft and mail fraud for ordering his fake badges, ID’s and uniform stuff using some of his fake identities and stolen credit cards. The judge at his sentencing was quite impressed with the impact statements of eight of the women he swindled. The judge told him he would have sentenced him to life if he had the power to do so. Anyway, this scum-sucking faker will do at least 20 years before he is eligible for federal parole; he will then be 67 years old. He is currently in a PITA federal lock-up in Oregon. Let’s all hope he tries his wiles on the boys in the BJT Deli club; that will likely not end well for him.

  13. Berliner says:

    Well his prison buddies will have 24 years, less time off for alleged “good behavior”, to “practice” doing insertions on his a$$.

  14. Green Thumb says:

    If Phil Monkress had a brother….

  15. 11B-Mailclerk says:

    Just a thought.

    Arrest, charge, try, sentence, and incarcerate him.

    Each and every one of his personas.


  16. A Proud Infidel®™ says:

    Alldred was sentenced to 24 years in prison in Texas back in August after pleading guilty to mail fraud and aggravated identity fraud.

    Here’s hoping that he does as much of it as possible and They need to repeatedly snoop in his outgoing mail because I suspect it’ll only be a matter of time until he starts con games with women via Prison Pen Pal scams.

    He was also forced to pay $255,000 in restitution, a fraction of the $2 million he swindled out of his victims.

    I wonder if he’ll even pay a fraction of that and I hope that Bubba, Thor, Julio and “Tiny Tyrone” straighten his ass out ifya knowhutimean!