Many women have taken to TikTok to share their days of frustration with ‘West Elm Caleb.’ The man in question is interior designer Caleb Hunter. This 25-year-old man is currently being exposed for having ghosted several women in New York City.
TikTok users allege that they met Hunter, who works at West Elm on Hinge. Several women reported receiving numerous flirtatious texts from him before being suddenly possessed by him.
A woman named Kell, who goes by the username @kellsbellsbaby on TikTok, described the man as tall, artistic and with a mustache. She mentioned on the video-sharing platform that she dated him for six weeks until she learned that West Elm Caleb was dating “every other woman” in New York City.
Women share their experiences with West Elm Caleb on TikTok
When the experience was quickly shared online, producer Zach Schwartz joked that it sounded like a John Tucker must die moment. In the aforementioned movie, a teenager’s ex-girlfriend makes him fall for a girl, only to later break up with him. They do it to seek revenge.
TikTok user @meemshou also shared her experience with West Elm Caleb. She joked about being haunted and said:
“This is exclusive to Caleb. However, there is no hard feeling, you are already too tall. “
@meemshou also followed videotapes as it felt it was her “duty” to “warn my girls about this Caleb from West Elm.”
Since then, other women stated that West Elm Caleb:
“He really fell in love with me, dated me for a month, and then demonized me.”
Another netizen shared:
“Omg, stop. I dated him a few months ago. He texted a lot then got haunted after asking me out for dinner LOL. ”
One TikTok user shared that she matched the man twice on one dating application. When they started talking, she asked him about the stories that were circulating. She then said that he “IMMEDIATELY blocked me on everything hahaha.”
Many women have shared their stories online, available on video sharing platforms.
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TikTok @kellsbellsbaby shared a video of @meemshou with Caleb in their chat. He said that the video was also shared by his colleague, which is “part of what has been [him] outside.”
He wrote in the screenshots of the messages:
“I guess this girl just had a huge following and talked about being a tall Caleb, so naturally, some of the girls I matched with stopped talking to ask her if it was me, and then did she say this?”
Speaking of his penchant for liking ghost women, he says it’s “the nature of the app.” He added that dating apps let you match multiple women, and stories uploaded to TikTok allow netizens to “comment without validating their stories, so of course , it will sound bad”.
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As of January 19, the hashtag “WestElmCaleb” has received more than 5.4 million views on TikTok.
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