YouTuber Adam Blampied apologises for 'manipulating' women

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YouTuber Adam Blampied apologises for 'manipulating' women

 

Adam Blamped, the famous YouTube video expert, apologized for "manipulating" women by sending him images on social networks.
"For all whom I offended ... I'm sorry," said a former employee of What Culture in a statement on Wednesday.
He apologized to those women whom he had repeatedly rewritten, and encouraged "to send me images of himself."
Eleven minutes after the statement was published, the man allegedly said that Blampid asked her to "send him a nude."
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Blampied introduced videos for What Culture on YouTube until September 2017, when he shared the company with the organization. His new employers, Cultaholic, told the BBC that he could not be reached for comment.
Peter Willis, director of What Culture Limited, said that the departure of BBC Blampied "was not linked to a series of Twitter posts that were published [on Wednesday] and we were not aware of any developments in these tweets until we read Adam's own statement .
"What culture categorically condemns all sexual harassment, predatory behavior and abuse of position and power."
"In the end, I relaxed"
Shortly after Bemppiel's statement, the individual is @SRbackwards, "suggested on Twitter, YouTuber asked her about nude images, calling him" manipulative sexual predator. "
"Knowing that I was 19 years old, drunk, sexually inexperienced and had moral objections to sending him nude, he kept trying to convince me," they report.
"In the end, I relented.
"He was charming, he was the face of the YouTube channel, and I was his fan for a while."
Using a strong language, she added: "He made me feel so good about myself about six hours, and then he made me feel full of shit for a few months."
 
Since then, Blampied has made a number of comments on Twitter, urging his followers on Thursday: "Please do not attack women for what they did.
"It hurted me.
"Please do not publicly jump on my defense on this matter. My behavior does not guarantee this.
"The purpose of this was not to justify myself, but because this is what women deserve, so that the general public sees my behavior.
"Please be kind and understandable to women. More than me".