Who is TikTok star Austin McBroom and why are fans ‘canceling’ him over ‘slap’ video? – The Sun

Who is TikTok star Austin McBroom and why are fans ‘canceling’ him over ‘slap’ video? – The Sun

July 20, 2020

AUSTIN McBroom has come under fire for a resurfaced video that sees him slapping his young daughter's buttocks.

Fans criticized McBroom for slapping his four-year-old daughter Elle's behind and exclaiming "oh, god damn" in an old video.

McBroom has faced backlash more than once for inappropriate behavior.

Who is Austin McBroom?

Austin McBroom is a former college basketball player turned TikTok and YouTube star.

He is head of The Ace Family, a YouTube channel that he shares with wife Catherine and their two young daughters, Elle and Alaia.

The pair welcomed another child in June earlier this year, a boy named Steel.

McBroom posted to Instagram after their addition was born, captioning the picture: “Son, your big sisters made me the luckiest father in the world. And… you’ve completed my dream.”

The couple and their children have over 19million subscribers on YouTube.

Why are fans canceling him?



What happened in the 'slap' video?

In the video, McBroom is lying on the sofa with his family and speaking to camera about his new workout regime.

Flexing his arm muscles and slapping his own behind, he says "I've been working out too much. My s*** getting fat."

He then slaps his own daughter's buttocks and she stands up on their sofa, exclaiming "oh, god damn."

Wife Catherine intervenes by saying "Austin just starting working out, can you guys tell?"

Fans were outraged at McBroom's inappropriate behavior.

This is not the first time McBroom has come under fire.

Social media hit out at him last year for taking Catherine Piaz's younger sister to a sex shop.

He proceeded to buy her a phallic-shaped lollipop.

Last year, fellow YouTube star Cole Carrigan accused McBroom of sexual assault in a now-deleted video titled The Truth About The Ace Family.

McBroom defended himself by stating that the Carrigan’s video was defamatory and that he would be taking legal action against him.

He released a statement on Twitter in response to the video;

 

“If you’ve not heard, I have recently been a victim of extortion, defamation, and slander. I knew this was a cold world but never did I foresee something this disturbing upon me.

"Thank you to all of my Ace Family members for all of your concerns and thank you to those who know my character and my heart.

"I don’t wish this upon anyone and I can only hope that those responsible for this learns from their mistakes and become better people.”

 

 

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