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A TIKTOK star has been arrested after flashing her boobs at two young boys in a swimming pool during a live stream.

Kylie Strickland, 30, was taken into custody on Thursday after “numerous complaints” were issued to the Pike County Sheriff's Office.

2TikTok star Kylie Strickland has been arrested on charges of electronic pornography and child exploitationCredit: Troup County Sheriff's Office 2The influencer is accused of flashing her boobs at two underage boysCredit: Instagram

The social media star, who hails from LaGrange, Georgia, is accused of exposing her breasts in a “provocative manner” to the two underage boys at a Pike County Residence.

During a live TikTok video, she reportedly laughed as she lifted the underside of the pink bikini top – flashing two adolescents.

As an warrant was issued, she was arrested and charged with electronic pornography and child exploitation, a felony in Georgia, police say.

According to the Pike County Sheriff office, she will remain in custody until her bond hearing.

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In a report they write: "Strickland was reported to have been at a residence in Pike County when she purposefully exposed her breasts in a provocative manner to two minor children while streaming live on social media.

"Investigators were able to work in conjunction with Troup County Sheriff's Office personnel after this case had originally been reported to that agency."

In a follow up TikTok video after the alleged incident, Strickland defended the video, suggesting that the two minors “have seen more boobs than I've probably seen in my entire life.”

She also claimed that the boys had been consuming alcohol before she arrived at the organised pool party at the residence.

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In a later video she appeared to pass the buck, adding: “It's not my responsibly to parent someone else's child. Those kids go to mud rides.”

The comments came as a screenshot appearing to show a text message exchange between Strickland and one of the boy’s parents circulated on social media.

The message, allegedly from the child’s father, reportedly cited an incident in which she “showed them boys your tits.”

Strickland allegedly replied by saying she “probably shouldn't have done it.”

Ms Strickland posts under the name @Kylie.strickland3 and has more than 263,000 followers on TikTok.

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Since her arrest, her account has now been set to private.

Troup County Sheriff James Woodruff said in a statement: “While we understand the emotions that this video caused, we always take our time when investigating any case, especially of one originating on social media.”

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Constance Wu reveals in her new memoir that she was committed to a mental hospital following her 2019 suicide attempt.

“I was dizzy, my puffy eyes blurred by tear-engorged contact lenses, my mouth pasty with unbrushed teeth, my hair in shambles because they even took away my hair elastics for fear I’d hurt myself with them,” the actress, 40, writes in “Making a Scene” of the moment she woke up in the psychiatric unit.

“I spent that night on a cot in the empty waiting room, under surveillance. Weeping until the exhaustion wore me out. The next morning, I told the two intake counselors what happened. That I almost jumped. That I’m very impulsive … That I needed help.”

Wu tried taking her own life after facing backlash for tweeting that she was “so upset” and “literally crying” over the 2019 renewal of her show “Fresh Off the Boat.”

The ABC sitcom — in which Wu played matriarch Jessica Huang — ended its six-season run in February 2020. 

She previously stated that she had a negative reaction to the series’ renewal because it meant she had to “give up another project that I was really passionate about.”

“Making a Scene” is out now.

Wu claims in “Making a Scene” that a former female co-star berated her over the social media outburst, prompting a deep state of emotional despair.

“That’s how I ended up clutching the balcony railing of my fifth-floor apartment and staring wildly down at the NYC street below with a reckless despair so total that my body ceased being a body and became a sound so dangerously high-pitched it was like nails on a chalkboard or a violin string pulled tight enough to cut flesh,” she recalls.

“The sound coursed through me and out of my fingertips like electricity as I started pulling myself over the railing.”

The star tried taking her own life after facing backlash for tweeting that she was "so upset" and "literally crying" over the 2019 renewal of "Fresh Off the Boat."

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The star tried taking her own life after facing backlash for tweeting that she was "so upset" and "literally crying" over the 2019 renewal of "Fresh Off the Boat."

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    October 4, 2022

    Luckily, a friend intervened to save Wu.

    “[She] pried me from the balcony edge and dragged me to the elevator and down into a cab, where she breathlessly called my publicist for help because she was scared for my life,” the “Crazy Rich Asians” actress recounts, “but also scared of doing the wrong thing.”

    Wu previously explained via Twitter that her book is “not always the most flattering portrayal” of herself. But it’s “as honest as I know how to be,” she noted.

    Wu wrote her book during a three-year hiatus from the spotlight.WireImage

    “Because the truth is, I’m not poised or graceful or perfect. I’m emotional. I make mistakes…lots of ’em!” she wrote in July.

    “After a little break from Hollywood and a lot of therapy I feel OK enough to venture back on here (at least for a little bit). And even though I’m scared, I’ve decided that I owe it to the me-of-3-years-ago to be brave and share my story so that it might help someone with theirs.”

    “Making a Scene” is out now.

    If you or someone you know is in emotional distress or considering suicide, call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK (8255).

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