Don’t confuse the end of the year with any truce in online shenanigans. The latest case in point: Beauty YouTuber Gabi DeMartino was suspended from OnlyFans after she posted a video of her as a little girl, lifting her skirt and exposing herself to a camera.
DeMartino sold the video, titled “I will not put my panties on,” for $ 3 on the content subscription platform. Online fans have since accused her of distributing child pornography, in addition to turning people who bought the video into possessors of child pornography without knowing it.
(DeMartino has not been charged with any crime, but the president of the Adult Artists Actors Guild, Alana Evans, told the Daily Beast that she reported DeMartino to the FBI.)
DeMartino tweeted on December 1 that he had removed the video and wrote: “The video was a ridiculous family moment that I wanted to share with my personal exclusive babies.
I’m sorry this was not fully thought through. I apologize. The video is no longer available. I’m sorry again if this went wrong. “A representative for OnlyFans has since confirmed to BuzzFeed News that the platform suspended DeMartino’s account for a” violation of the OnlyFans Terms of Service. ”
The 25-year-old influencer has more than 3 million YouTube subscribers to her Fancy Vlogs by Gab account.
In an apology video posted to YouTube on December 3, DeMartino attributed the OnlyFans video to “poor judgment and poor decisions,” noting that the caption was a quote from the video.
“Never in a million years did I think that something that I thought was so innocent could be viewed in such an ugly light, and I think that’s where the problem lies,” he said. “I realized that I am so unhappy with reality that it didn’t even cross my mind that this could look like this.
” She started crying towards the end of the video when she promised fans, “I am going to grow and learn from this, and I will come out of this as a better person, and I will do better.”
DeMartino previously withdrew her TikTok account for a period in September, after posting a controversial “BFF Income Challenge.”
In the video, DeMartino compared her spending to that of a non-influential friend and showed a spending disparity of thousands of dollars per week, leading fans to think she was flaunting her income.
“I thought it would be interesting to show how income doesn’t matter when it comes to friends,” he wrote in an apologetic post.
“A healthy female relationship type video”. In March, DeMartino’s sister, Niki, apologized for a racist TikTok that made a joke about COVID-19 at the expense of an Asian nail technician.
Come back in 2021 to see any platform a DeMartino girl has a fuss about next.