Don’t mistake the end of the year for a truce that’s an online joke. The latest example: beauty YouTuber Gabi DeMartino posted a video of herself as a child, lifting her skirt to expose herself to the camera, for which she was suspended by OnlyF. Demartino sold this video titled “I don’t know how to wear underwear” on the content subscription platform for $ 3. Since then, online fans have accused her of spreading child pornography and furthermore, the person who bought the video became owned child pornography without your knowledge. (Demartino has not been charged with any crime, but Alana Evans, president of the Adult Artists Actors Guild, told the Daily Beast that she reported Demartino to the FBI.)
De Martino deleted the video on Twitter on December 1, writing: “The video is a ridiculous family moment. I want to share it with my only personal fan, the beautiful baby. Sorry, this has not been fully considered. I apologize. The video is no longer available. If something goes wrong, sorry again. “A representative for OnlyF later confirmed to BuzzFeed News that the platform has suspended DeMartino’s account due to” violation of OnlyF terms of service. “
The 25-year-old influencer has more than 3 million YouTube subscribers and her account Fancy Vlogs by Gab. In the apology video posted on YouTube on December 3, Demartino attributed the OnlyF video to “poor judgment and poor decision making” and noted that the title was a quote from the video.
“For a million years, I never thought that something I thought was so innocent would be seen in such an unpleasant light, and I think that’s the problem,” he said. “I realized that I was so divorced from reality that I didn’t even think it would be like this.” When she promised her fans, she started crying at the end of the video: “I will grow up and learn from it, and I will become a better person and do better.”
After posting a controversial “BFF Income Challenge,” DeMartino withdrew his TikTok account for a time in September. In the video, De Martino compares his spending to that of an influential friend and shows a difference in spending of thousands of dollars a week, leading fans to think that he is showing his income.
“I think it would be interesting to show how income has nothing to do with friends,” he wrote in an apologetic post. “A healthy female relationship video”. In March this year, Demartino’s sister Nicky apologized to TikTok, a racist who joked about COVID-19 at the expense of an Asian nail technician. Come back in 2021 and watch any platform the DeMartino girls make a fuss about below.