Jul 01, 2022
TikTok influencer, 30, is arrested after she exposed her breasts to two young boys at a swimming pool and streamed it live on social media
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A TikTok influencer was arrested after she exposed her breasts to two young boys at a swimming pool and streamed it live.
Kylie Strickland, 30, of LaGrange, Georgia, was arrested by the Troup County Sheriff's Office on Thursday on warrants issued by the Pike County Sheriff's Office after receiving 'numerous complaints.'
Strickland, who has since made all her social media accounts private, reportedly exposed her breasts in a 'provocative manner' to two young boys at a Pike County residence, where she was swimming, according to the Sheriff's Office.
The 30-year-old was allegedly wearing a skimpy pink bikini in the TikTok with her hair tied up in a top knot, when she grabbed the underside of her bikini top and flashed the boys.
She was arrested and charged with electronic pornography and child exploitation, which is a felony in the state.
Kylie Strickland, 30, of LaGrange, Georgia, was arrested by the Troup County Sheriff's Office on Thursday and was charged with electronic pornography and child exploitation, which is a felony in the state
She allegedly flashed two young boys at a pool party and livestreamed the whole thing
The influencer has been taken into custody, where she will remain until her bond hearing, according to Pike County Sheriff's Office.
A TikTok Live posted after the alleged incident, which has since been reposted on the app, reportedly shows Strickland explaining the situation, where she said: 'Those little boys have seen more boobs than I've probably seen in my entire life.'
She also claimed the boys were 'taking shots of tequila' before she arrived to the pool party in Pike County.
In the second Live video, she pushed off blame by saying: 'It's not my responsibly to parent someone else's child. Those kids go to mud rides.'
The two young boys can be seen looking at the camera right before she allegedly whipped her top off
Another video circulating social media - which was screenshot from yet another livestream the influencer reportedly did - showed alleged text messages between Strickland and one of the parents.
The parent allegedly messaged Strickland: 'What's up? [redacted] just called me and [redacted] they was [to] make sure we wasn't made about you showing them [sic] boys your tits. I told them heck no, I ain't. I'm proud proud of them, so you cool with me.'
Strickland allegedly replied back: 'I figured you didn't care, but just wanted to make sure. Probably shouldn't have done it. [Redacted] so that's my fault, but I just wanted to make sure y'all wasn't upset about it.'RELATED ARTICLES
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The father allegedly replied: 'Nah, you good, someone done got mad [sic] they had to pay to see them and the boys didn't'
DailyMail.com has contacted the Pike County Sheriff's Office for comment.
The TikTok star allegedly hopped on a livestream to defend herself sometime after the event and said: 'Those little boys have seen more boobs than I've probably seen in my entire life.' She also claimed the boys had been doing tequila shots before she arrived
Strickland made headlines last year for being a survivor of domestic violence.
She accused her boyfriend Cody Weems of attacking her on April 11, 2021. She claimed he had broken into her Georgia home through the bathroom window and began slapping her, the LaGrange Daily News reported at the time.
After noticing another man in the house, Weems allegedly became enraged and attacked him, but the other man was able to escape. Weems then reportedly turned his anger back toward Strickland, dragging her out of the house by her hair and throat and telling her she was 'going to die tonight.'
When she told him she was pregnant, he allegedly stomped on her stomach repeatedly, according to the LaGrange Daily News.
Weems was charged with aggravated assault and battery, aggravated sexual battery, kidnapping, burglary, and battery of an unborn child.Read more:
- LaGrange native, TikTok influencer speaking out after becoming victim of domestic violence - LaGrange Daily News | LaGrange Daily News
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