Kate Gosselin is ready to talk about her son Collin.
The blonde opened up to the mag about it, saying:
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Famous celebrity attorney Gloria Allred is representing 14-year-old Molly O'Malia who felt forced to come forward after a story ran in OK! mag about Tyga repeatedly contacting the teen via social media.
To catch you up… Apparently, Kylie Jenner's on-and-off boyfriend contacted O'Malia over social media (first), and even requested to FaceTime on several occasions. O'Malia claims she stopped responding once she felt uncomfortable.
OK! mag published alleged screen shots of their conversations alongside a poorly-pixelated image of the underage teen, and blamed O'Malia for Tyga and Kylie's breakup back in November.
During a press conference in NYC on Monday, O'Malia stood in front of press as she gave her account of what went down:
"Even though OK magazine pixelated my face and did not use my name, a lot of people could tell it was me. As a result of the story and the photo, I received a lot of negative attention, not only from people in my own state but from all over the place. I don't deserve the negative attention I have been getting as a result of this photo. I would never have allowed OK Magazine or any other magazine to use them. I am speaking out today because I don't want what happened to me to happen to any other young girls."
The aspiring model and singer has nearly 50k followers to her private Instagram account.
Allred launched an attack against OK! for portraying her client "in a completely false light" and for exploiting a minor.
Wow. So sad.
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