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Woman who claimed she sold her baby into sex trafficking finds social media fame, paid endorsements

Lovely Peaches (whose real name is Brittany Johnson) rose to internet infamy after she posted videos claiming to have sold her 8 month old baby, Cora, into sex trafficking.
Blaire White Los Angeles

While “cancel culture” continues to plague social media and celebrities in the modern age, some social media stars have grown a cult-like audience despite their predatory and abusive behaviour. While others would be cancelled for far less, the influencer Lovely Peaches (whose real name is Brittany Johnson) rose to internet infamy after she posted videos claiming to have sold her 8 month old baby, Cora, into sex trafficking. In these videos she graphically describes the rapes her child endured and laughs about it. It’s been confirmed by the FBI that Cora was taken from Peaches at a very young age, and has not had contact with her since she was 8 months old.

It’s unclear if Peaches really committed these egregious acts against Cora, but these claims launched her following of almost 1 million fans on Instagram and TikTok. Since then, she’s used her new-found platform to endorse pedophilia as an acceptable sexual orientation, flash minors her vagina on livestream, and host meet & greets with her underage fans where she appears to be naked.

The appeal of Lovely Peaches to her predominately teenage audience is strange, to say the least. It is unclear if she suffers from mental illness or is simply trolling, but it’s undeniable that her actions have exceeded the boundaries of harmless humour. If Peaches were a man, she would be locked up in prison as I’m writing this article.

There are way too many accusations and examples of psychotic behaviour to chronicle, but I’ve done my best to discuss the most shocking ones at length in my new YouTube video below.

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