A rundown of all the accusations Colleen Ballinger is facing in this three year-long drama

‘No, I should have never sent a fan underwear’

Colleen Ballinger is currently in the midst of a three year-long online drama and it’s all just kicked off again on TikTok.

According to a TikTok video posted by user @glittering_ghostwriter, Colleen Ballinger (aka Miranda Sings) is suggesting the ongoing drama is “worse than we knew.”

What’s the latest with the Colleen Ballinger drama?

Colleen Ballinger has been allegedly exposed for acting inappropriately with fans in the past. One of her fans, Adam, has claimed he had issues with Colleen previously. For instance, Colleen supposedly sent him lingerie as a joke and asked inappropriate questions when he was underage. Adam also accused Colleen of sharing too much of her personal life with him surrounding her divorce, as well as cutting him off and gossiping about him after he was given temporary control of the Miranda Sings Twitter account.

Since the rumours first surfaced about Colleen Ballinger and this drama with her fan, she posted an apology video addressing the claims. Her other fans allegedly chose to bully Adam online and support Colleen in the process. As @glittering_ghostwriter claims, this is because Colleen asked other fans to attack Adam in the process; however this information has not been confirmed or addressed by Colleen.

Three years ago Colleen Ballinger uploaded a video to her YouTube channel titled “Addressing Things.” In the same video she discussed the video that resurfaced from over 10 years ago that shows the creator mocking Latina stereotypes, making fatphobic comments, and telling a disturbing story about the death of her dog.

In her apology video, the segment about the underage fan starts with her explaining that the reason why she didn’t immediately respond to the allegations was because she had received a message from the fan’s mother asking her to never speak his name again. However, she believes the controversial videos were dug up in response to her silence, so she decided to open up.

In the video she takes full responsibility, she insists there was no seedy, secretive, or malicious motives behind her actions, and that sending the fan underwear was supposed to be a joke. She says: “No, I should have never sent a fan underwear, how stupid am I? No, I should have never given him access to my Twitter account, and no I shouldn’t have talked to him as often as I did,” she acknowledged, calling on fans to be respectful in their criticism of her during this backlash.

“But I am not a monster, I am not a groomer, and I shouldn’t kill myself. Be careful with the words you choose to use,” she added.

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