Colleen Ballinger, Creator of YouTube’s Miranda Sings, Denies Grooming Allegations in Musical Video

Colleen Ballinger, the creator of the YouTube character Miranda Sings, has denied grooming allegations in a musical video posted to her YouTube channel on Wednesday.

The allegations against Ballinger first surfaced on TikTok in May, when a user posted a video claiming that Ballinger had groomed them when they were a teenager.  

The user alleged that Ballinger had sent them inappropriate messages and photos, and that she had asked them to send her nude photos. 

Ballinger denied the allegations in a statement posted to Twitter on May 19. She said that she had never groomed anyone, and that she had never sent or asked for inappropriate photos. She also said that she had never met the user who made the allegations against her.

In the musical video posted on Wednesday, Ballinger sings about the allegations against her. She says that she is not a groomer, and that she is not a predator. She also says that she is sorry if she ever made anyone feel uncomfortable, but that she never meant to.

The video has been met with mixed reactions. Some people have praised Ballinger for speaking out and denying the allegations, while others have criticized her for making a light-hearted video about a serious topic.

It is unclear what the future holds for Ballinger. The allegations against her have damaged her reputation, and it is possible that she could face legal consequences. 

However, she has said that she plans to continue creating content and that she is not going to let the allegations stop her. 

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