TikToker Digital Princess has received flak online following her return to social media. The creator of adult content was arrested for child neglect.
She is being chastised for posting her “statement” on OF as she tries to resume her regular posting schedule.
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Marissa Cloutier, better known as Digital Princess, was arrested and released on the same day. Unsurprisingly, netizens were outraged at the TikToker for leaving her young child alone at home while she went to see her friends.
Since then, the TikToker has been roundly chastised on social media, resulting in her “cancellation.”
The internet reacts to Digital Princess’s decision to put her declaration behind a paywall.
Cloutier’s statement was uploaded on OF, which disappointed her fans. Many people were offended that they had to pay to see her statement in a child negligence lawsuit. The idea of Digital Princess profiting financially from such a scenario did not sit well with the internet.
She presently has over 2.3 million TikTok followers and over 97 million likes on the video-sharing platform.
Among the other tweets were
“You are literally scum if you support Digital Princess.” If you want to party and live your life as if you had no responsibilities, that’s OK, but don’t abandon your child in the process. Alternatively, don’t have any f**king children.”
“Every day, I despise digital princess more and more.”
A different tweet read
“I had no idea how many of the people I follow also follow that digitalprincess b**ch. dude, she got arrested for child negligence and she released her “statement,” not an apology, her “statement.”
Following the dismissal of the charges against the content creator, Digital Princess posted a video of herself dancing in front of 7-Eleven to the song GOOBA.
The lyrics to the song, penned by rapper 6ix9ine, are as follows
“You’re insane.” I’m back, and I’m furious. He’s enraged, she’s enraged, and they’re both very sad. Haha, nobody cares, keep enraged. “Ah-hah, ah-hah, ah-hah,” says the narrator.
In the TikTok video, the content creator may be heard singing the songs. She claimed in the same footage that her “case had been dropped.”