YouTubers Trisha Paytas and Gabbie Hanna are feuding - here's what you need to know about the drama

Posted On: Nov 20, 2019   |   Posted By: Business Insider

YouTubers Trisha Paytas and Gabbie Hanna are feuding - here's what you need to know about the drama

YouTuber Gabbie Hanna issued an apology addressing parts of a drama centering around her, former Vine stars, and messaging fans with screenshots of private texts.
Previously, YouTuber Trisha Paytas accused Hanna of harassing and slandering her and has since threatened to take out a restraining order against her, stemming from an incident in which Hanna told Paytas' then-boyfriend Jason Nash that Paytas had herpes - which Paytas says is untrue.
Then, a fan tweeted that "a lot of people forget or don't know that Gabbie Hanna chose a rapist... over her then best friend, who was the victim," referring to when former Vine star Curtis Lepore plead guilty to felony assault of fellow Vine star Jessi Vasquez, better known as Jessi Smiles, who accused him of raping her.
Hanna messaged the fan, named Deanna, and told her that any accusation that she sided with Lepore over Vasquez was fabricated. Deanna tweeted an apology , which caught the attention of Jen Dent, another former Vine star and friend of Vasquez. Dent...

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