A YouTube user who’d been putting up multiple illegal videos featuring images of the Hampstead families named by Abe and Ella as ‘cult members’ has been issued with a formal harassment warning, and her channel permanently removed, according to our sources.
‘Tiny Magical Creatures’ jumped on board the Hoaxtead train in early November, posting harassing videos of innocent families, including photos and contact details. This caused the families immeasurable distress, making them fear yet again for their safety and that of their children.
In addition, ‘Tiny Magical Creatures’ violated Mrs Justice Pauffley’s court order against posting further images of Ella’s two children.
A member of the ‘reborn’ community, an online group of people who make, sell, and collect ultra-lifelike baby dolls, ‘Tiny Magical Creatures’ managed to alienate herself quickly by attacking other group members. In one of her rants, she claimed,
“You my dear are transparent ~ You can dig as much as you like on me but you won’t find anything other than the things I have already disclosed ~ My justice work, my causes, my advocacy, my geetarz & my full on exposure of those who mean harm 2 others ~ If you don’t want 2 be caught, don’t do bad things ~ Don’t lie, don’t create drama, don’t put fear in2 others & just be decent and honest…then you have NOTHING 2 be exposed for…”
Abe and Ella immediately published her videos on their blog, happy perhaps to have finally found another supporter. In response to criticism of one of her posts there, ‘Tiny Magical Creatures’ wrote:
Our team took notice and went to work.
Within a short time we had discovered that she lives in Golders Green, not far from Hampstead; we found her full address, and were able to find her name within hours. We immediately handed our information to the police, who assured us they would act promptly.
They were as good as their word: the ‘Tiny Magical Creatures’ YouTube channel has been taken down, and its owner has received a formal harassment warning in writing. She is aware of the consequences, should she decide on a repeat performance. It is also our understanding that she might be in need of new underwear.
We will bring you further details as we get them, but for now we’re just happy that the people of Hampstead now have one less keyboard vigilante to worry about.