A Georgia TikTok influencer is under investigation by local police after allegedly showing off her breasts to two children on a livestream.
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Kylie Strickland has over 260,000 followers on TikTok and her account is now set to private. The influencer has been at the centre of controversy after a video circulated online of her allegedly lifting her top and exposing her breasts to two boys in a swimming pool. It was recorded from a live broadcast on her own account. The ages of the children are currently unknown.
Strickland’s content, which typically focuses on humorous videos, has garnered over 7 million likes on her account. She is now in the midst of a massive reaction from TikTok users to the recently circulating videos and allegations.
The Troup County Sheriff’s Office began investigating reports of the video on June 28 and said in a release that they “became aware of a TikTok video that has been circulated depicting an adult The woman shows the breasts of her two boys in the swimming pool. Others can be heard in the background and seen in the video.”
After the location of the video was determined, the Sheriff’s Office referred the investigation to the Pike County Sheriff’s Office, where the incident occurred.
“Our investigators have spoken with investigators from the Pike County Sheriff’s Office and will continue to work with them to obtain any information they need from our team. While we understand the emotions this video has sparked, we are Always take your time when investigating any case, especially from social media.”
Lagrange police also received reports of the controversial video, which an investigation found occurred within the Pike County jurisdiction. Pike County is located in western Georgia.
The Pike County Sheriff’s Office confirmed in a social media post that the video is currently being investigated by its team. “We are aware of an incident involving an inappropriate social media post. We are cooperating with other authorities to investigate this matter. More information will be released when the investigation is complete,” the post said.
Newsweek has reached out to the Pike County Sheriff’s Office for more information and comment.
Strickland appeared to process the footage on air, which was later captured by her viewers and shared online, in which she said she felt it was not her responsibility to raise other people’s children when the parents were present.