Wren Eleanor’s mother says the rumors are “100% false” and that her daughter is “happy and healthy”.
Over the past few months, mother Jacqueline, who runs Wren Eleanor’s TikTok account with her daughter, has been hit with several allegations, which she has denied.
TikTok users started claiming three-year-old Wren was in danger and that some of Jacqueline’s videos were exploiting her. A rolling stone reports.
However, Jacqueline, who has 17.3 million followers on the platform and shares cute clips of little Ren going about her daily activities, has denied the allegations in a new statement.
Wren’s mother called the rumors “100 percent false.”
After comments about her daughter’s safety flooded her TikTok videos for weeks, Jacqueline posted a statement on Instagram on Friday (August 5), putting the rumors to rest once and for all.
The past few months have been really tiring and I’ve learned a lot,” he said, before adding that the “rumors are 100 percent false.”
“I’m not sure how this conspiracy theory started. “No one has come forward with any real evidence,” she continued, adding that law enforcement has found no evidence that her daughter was placed on an “inappropriate website.”
“What’s true: Wren is a happy, healthy three-year-old and we have fun doing TikTok videos on my account,” Jacqueline said.
She went on to say that the videos are “fun and light” and have allowed her to raise and support her daughter as a stay-at-home mom and “spend money on Ren and her future.”
Wren is safe and has no evidence of wrongdoing
Wren’s mother explained the “precautions” she took to protect Wren, such as “blocking our ability to download videos or do duets.”
“My TikTok analytics show that 76.8 percent of my account’s followers are women, which is over 13 million women, including many mothers, and I appreciate their interest and support,” she continued.
However, he added, there are “noble minds” and “online predators who prey on children”.
“My daughter’s photo was not found on any inappropriate site,” he assured viewers. “Not one person has come forward with any real, tangible evidence that these allegations are true.”
“I’m a working single mom doing everything I can to raise Wren. If these false rumors make parents rethink how they engage their children on social media, that’s a good thing.”
Jacqueline went on to list several videos, including Wren eating fish and wearing a swimsuit, that weren’t “reluctant behavior.”
When Wren’s mom turns her TikTok comments back on, she will delete offensive comments and try to report and block her account if necessary while still making funny videos.
Jacqueline shares a video announcement on TikTok
Jacqueline also took to TikTok on Friday to share a video message with her followers.
Second clipalready has 2.8 million views, he read a short version of the announcement on Instagram to his TikTok followers.
Many people expressed their support, with one person saying: “You and Ren put a smile on my face everyday and I’m sorry you have to go through this. Make your daughter happy and don’t listen to these people.”
Another said: “I’ve been following you for a while and I really believe she’s happy and you’re a great mom.”
“People will always find reasons to attack successful women, especially single moms. You know what’s best for your child and you’re doing great,” wrote a third person.
Another added: “You’re an amazing mum! Happy babies know they’re loved and she’s definitely a happy girl. Stay amazing!”
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