TikToker Tayler Holder has gone viral over the past few weeks after rumors of him allegedly sexually assaulting women went viral. While no one has offered their experiences, several influencers from Los Angeles have a range of…do not track him on social media.
Documents alleging Holder’s arrest are now circulating online. However, they appear to be fabricated. Buzzfeed journalist Kelsey Weekman also reached out to the LAPD, which confirmed that the TikToker has not been arrested.
Other Internet lol Sources like Drama Alert’s Keemstar have reported that TikToker has been arrested. He shared a new video titled- “He’s ORGANIZED! – Tayler Holder told me EVERYTHING! – Jake Paul rejected KSI! MrBeast vs PewDiepie. ”
However, it seems to be a catch-all title when one watches the video. Keemstar is about King Cid, who was captured instead of Holder.
Fake Tayler Holder documents caught appear online
Social media user “Charlyforevrr” shared a screenshot of a fake LA county profile on her Instagram story, claiming Tayler Holder was arrested. Netizens found fake information on a website called Check People. In her stories, she writes:
“I also just checked myself on this site and it’s true… he’s been arrested.”
Screenshot posted by Def Noodles on Instagram showing a screenshot of Holder’s criminal profile. However, the information is irrelevant and fake as it lists the TikTok star as Female. It also includes astrological signs and influencer preferences, which would not otherwise be included in legal documents.
Screenshots of Charlyforevrr and Def Noodles are in the Instagram post below:
Since the information spread online, netizens were quick to point out that the document is fake. Some similar comments include:
“The database of arrest records won’t have some asterisk, you think when they make a reservation for someone / get a report from someone there is like – your horoscope for today is ….” – @ jamiefernback
“Correct because checkpeople.com looks like a legit site” – @0x1uvr
Another comment read:
“That’s just tayler being a creeper” – @noelleflk
When word of Tayler Holder’s arrest began circulating online, he took to his Instagram story to let his followers know he wasn’t jailed.
The star confirmed on the BFF Podcast that he was aware of the allegations. However, he said:
“At the end of the day, there is a lot going on offline that needs to continue to be processed offline.”
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Hollywood Fix confirms that TikToker sent cease and desist letters to several LA influencers to stop alluding to the allegations against him. TikTok star Bryce Hall confirmed the same in a vlog he received.
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