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YouTuber Austin McBroom Of The Ace Family Facing Rape Allegations After Tell-All Video Goes Viral

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Twitter users are calling for Austin McBroom of the popular YouTube channel The Ace Family to be canceled (again) after claims have surfaced that the father of two allegedly raped a woman.

In a 15-minute video posted on Monday by makeup artist Cole Carrigan, he accused the former college basketball player of taking advantage of one of his close friends. While the woman claims to have been compelled to sign a nondisclosure agreement, the YouTuber shared several text messages and images taken from the aftermath of her alleged rape.

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Allegedly, the 27-year-old’s father Allen McBroom, a security guard, and at least one friend were in the room, which allegedly took place on June 22 in Miami. The woman claims Allen put his penis in her face, and a second friend was also taken advantage of.

In the video, Carrigan calls his friend on the phone who gave more details about her alleged encounter. She claims she could not physically resist because she and her friend were intoxicated, but continued to say “no” to Austin.

Leading up to the creation of his video, Cole initially sent out a few tweets on Friday which first got people buzzing:

After speaking out about the accusations, Carrigan claims to have received several direct messages from women who had similarly been taken advantage of by the father of two or had been made uncomfortable in his presence, which were also included in the video.

Prior to that, he sent out an additional tweet (below) earlier in October, which seemingly caught the attention of the DramaAlert YT channel founder KEEMSTAR, whom Cole claims was paid $500,000 by Austin to keep quiet about allegations which he was aware of.

KEEM denied the allegations made by Cole on Twitter, sharing:

Watch the full video from Carrigan (below):

Apparently, the rape allegations are funny to Catherine Paiz, Austin’s partner and mother to his two daughters, who “literally died of laughter”:

Probably not the best attitude for her to have right now, just sayin’!

On Tuesday morning, McBroom addressed the video via Twitter, writing:

“If you have not heard, I have recently been a victim of extortion, defamation, and slander. I knew this was a cold world but never did I foresee something this disturbing upon me. Thank you to all of my Ace Family members for all of your concerns and thank you to those who know my character and my heart. I don’t wish this upon anyone and I can only hope that those responsible for this learn from their mistakes and become better people. My family and I dealing with this matter privately and taking legal action. Bullying, extortion, slander, and defamation of charterer[sp] is something I will not stand for and I can promise that justice will be served.”

This isn’t the first time the family has come under fire on social media. Previously, Austin’s jet ski antics in his infinity pool caused literal mudslides in their neighborhood, but they could not have been less bothered by the online backlash. When asked by a fan to elaborate, the matriarch responded via Twitter:

“Oh nothing ppl just hate to see happy people minding their own business living their life and staying in their own lane. So I’m just smiling @ them.”

In a previous incident earlier this year, Austin came under fire for taking a young girl, whom many online claimed was a relative of his baby momma, into a store and purchased her a penis lollipop, and sharing the video via Snapchat. See for yourself (below):

Many social media users have expressed little skepticism regarding the new allegations, but even more disgust. They banded together and even got #acefamilyisoverparty trending in the United States.

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[Image via Austin McBroom/Instagram.]

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Oct 15, 2019 11:38am PDT

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