What Is Going On With Colleen Ballinger
Colleen Ballinger, the YouTube creator known for her character Miranda Sings, has addressed and denied allegations of grooming teenagers in a musical video on her Colleen Vlogs channel. In the 10-minute video, Ballinger strummed a ukulele and expressed her response to what she referred to as “lies” and “gossip” about her.
While acknowledging that she used to message her fans in the early days of her YouTube career, Ballinger emphasized that it was not in a creepy way but rather an attempt to establish a friendly connection with her audience. She admitted to oversharing at times but claimed to have changed her behavior and taken accountability for it. She addressed the allegations by singing lyrics such as, “Thought you wanted me to take accountability / but that’s not the point of your mob mentality,” referring to the accusations as “toxic gossip train.”
Ballinger also responded to charges that her character Miranda Sings had made inappropriate statements for kids. She stated that she has always made it clear that her Miranda Sings content is PG-13 in nature and not available on the YouTube Kids app. She emphasized that it is ultimately the responsibility of parents to decide what content is suitable for their children.
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The allegations against Ballinger first came to light three years ago when YouTuber Adam McIntyre made a video claiming that she had formed an inappropriate personal friendship with him during his teenage years. He alleged that Ballinger sent him lingerie as a joke, provided access to her social media, and exchanged text messages for years. In her response video, Ballinger admitted to making jokes in poor taste and dumb mistakes but denied any intention of manipulation.
Following the release of Ballinger’s video, McIntyre took to Twitter and expressed his perspective, stating that Ballinger’s video revealed her true character and the experiences that many others had encountered with her behind the scenes.
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Colleen Ballinger, who is married to Erik Stocklin, is also a mother of three children.
Published by HOLR Magazine.