YouTuber Piper Rockelle’s mom is sued for $22 million after more than 11 children come forward with sexual assault accusations.
Piper Rockelle Named In Mom Tiffany Smith’s Lawsuit
The 15-year-old YouTuber’s mom Tiffany Smith is accused of physically and emotionally abusing children who appeared on her daughter’s YouTube channel. She is accused of touching their bottoms and mailing her daughter’s underwear to a male fan so he could “sniff it.”
The horrible accusations were initially filed in January 2022, and included 11 teenagers from what is known as “Piper’s Squad.” The teens say that Smith, 41, would encourage them to wear revealing clothes and to try oral sex on one another.
She regularly wanted the teens to wear revealing clothes to accentuate their “bulges.” She even bragged to them that she makes “kiddie porn” and encouraged the underage children to be “sexy.”
Smith is also being accused of “harassment, molestation, and abuse,” according to the complaint filed last January.
What Do The Minors Want?
Some of the teenagers are named in the lawsuit, according to Dailymail. Sawyer Sharbino, Donlad Dougher, Corrine Joy, Connor Cain, Symonne Harrison, Ayden Mekus, Hayden Haas, Walker Bryant, Sophia Fergi, Claire Rocksmith, and Reese Rocksmith are seeking $2 million from Smith.
They also want her boyfriend, Hunter Hill, to be held accountable. Rockelle has well over 10 million subscribers on the social media platform and has been cultivating her channel since she was a child with the help of her mom, Smith.
The momager’s trial starts today, and some of the topics expected to be discussed are the disturbing comments Smith made to “Piper Squad” members and how far the sexual abuse went.
‘Piper Squad’ Complaint Was 150 Pages
The teens involved in the complaint indeed leave no stone unturned with the length of their formal complaint. They call Smith a “mean-spirited control freak” and accuse her of making nasty comments about them and their private parts.
One of the named complainants, Haas, claims that Smith asked him if his “balls have dropped yet” and “how long is it?” the teens also recalled a YouTube scene they shot where eight teenagers played a game called “last to stop kissing” and were offered a $10,000 prize.
The video has 10 million views on YouTube currently. Smith is also accused of telling some female talents that they were flat-chested and mocking them about their bodies. The horrible allegations don’t stop there; Smith allegedly has an alter ego that she uses to terrorize the teens. The alter ego goes by two na the Pug” or “Lenny the Dead Cat.”
While acting as this alter ego, Smith would allegedly say disgusting things to the teens like, “I’m going to f**k you up the**,” and “I’m going to touch you in your sleep.” Some also claimed they were not paid for promoting Rochelle’s content on their pages.
They also alleged that she would sabotage their attempts to make money elsewhere and post links to porn content in the comments of the teen’s videos. This would lead them to get flagged and have their page inaccessible for long periods.
Parents of some of the kids are speaking out, including Ashley Anne-Rock Smith, whose daughters are cousins with Rockelle and plaintiffs in the case. “I just want peace back with my kids.”