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UPDATE 9:15 A.M. EST: On Wednesday, Damien Nichols spoke out via Facebook to urge people NOT to threaten Calum McSwiggan.
Additionally, he is now aware of Calum's revised statement!
This story keeps getting juicier by the second!
However, the police are not buying his story.
According to the West Hollywood Sheriff's Station, there were no injuries or evidence of an attack. Furthermore, they claim McSwiggan pulled a mirror off one car and used it to scratch the paint on a different car. When he was at the station to face charges of property damage, the UK native tried to hurt himself in the holding cell and was then taken to the hospital.
Well now, one of the three men who was with Calum in Weho is invalidating his story!
On Facebook, Damien Nichols claims he was with the vlogger during the time of the supposed crime. Nichols — who says he is gay — confirms the police's account about McSwiggan drunkenly damaging his friend's car.
This scary story just keeps getting more and more complicated.
While the LGBT lifestyle vlogger alleges he was jumped by three strangers after leaving the El Lay hotspot, police investigating the incident say the Brit showed no signs of injury or evidence of any attack.
In fact, they arrested him for vandalizing a car after the altercation, but he was transferred to a hospital after he began to hurt himself in the holding cell.
And now, in addition to the vandalism charge, the internet celeb is also being charged with filing a false police report.
According to WEHOville, the online personality was faced with the new charge on Wednesday at LAX Courthouse.
However, the UK native took to Facebook that same day to insist that he's telling the truth about the night's events, describing the alleged attack:
You can't teach an old dog new tricks…
But now that she's been happily living her life as a woman for over a year now, you'd expect that living under the patriarchy would make her a more socially responsible celeb, right??
In a new interview with Stat out Wednesday, Caitlyn admits that while Hillary Clinton is an alright choice for women and the LGBT community… she still believes Trump would actually be a better representative, blabbering:
Well, his Internet celeb status is certainly over…
While the LGBT community is currently suffering from the worst tragedy in modern American history, you'd think that all of our members would be doing their best to fight stereotypes and support one another.
Yeah… apparently that's not the case, because one out YouTube star just tried to abuse the system by instigating fear in one of our safest areas of the country.
As you may have heard, LGBT and lifestyle YouTuber Calum McSwiggan claimed to have been beaten up by three men outside of The Abbey in West Hollywood early Monday morning… but now we're hearing a very different story from local Police!
According to WeHo Station Captain Holly M. Perez, Police were originally "unable to substantiate the assault" because the 26-year-old had "no visible injuries."
But according to Holly, now there's proof Calum actually gay bashed HIMSELF after getting arrested and booked for vandalizing a car at around 2:30 a.m. local time, saying:
We couldn't be prouder of Ryan Beatty!
The 20-year-old posted:
This is absolutely awful.
On Sunday night, YouTube star Calum McSwiggan was brutally beaten outside West Hollywood's gay nightclub, The Abbey.
The LGBT lifestyle vlogger had been in Anaheim that weekend for Vidcon, and decided to wrap up the festivities with a trip to the popular WeHo hotspot.
But on Monday, the internet personality took to Instagram to share this scary selfie from his hospital bed, detailing how he was jumped in the caption, writing:
"Last night was the worst night of my life and I'm really struggling to find the words to talk about it. After one of the most wonderful weekends at VidCon we went out to a gay club to celebrate, and towards the end of the evening I was separated from my friends and beaten up by three guys."
The Brit's friend and fellow YouTuber, Riyadh Khalaf, also took to Twitter to explain what went down and just how badly Calum was beaten, writing: