Colleen Ballinger Accuser Reacts to Her “Evil” Denial Video

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Adam McIntyre, who accused YouTuber Colleen Ballinger of inappropriate behavior, spoke out after the Miranda Sings creator denied the allegations in a ukulele song.

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YouTube star Adam McIntyre is not singing Colleen Ballinger‘s praises after she responded to allegations of grooming with a ukulele performance.

Back in 2020, McIntyre accused the Miranda Sings creator of having inappropriate relationships with underage fans—including himself. In a 25-minute video, he said Ballinger put him in uncomfortable situations when he was between the ages of 13 and 16, specifically calling out an instance in which she sent him lingerie during a livestream. (At the time, Ballinger admitted she “should have never sent that.”)

“Are you kidding me?” McIntyre said in a Twitch stream on June 28, shortly after Ballinger denied his claims in a song posted to her YouTube channel. “This is your response? Your response is making fun of us? I’m in awe.”

McIntyre went on to blast Ballinger’s denial on his Twitter, writing, “im glad her video did ONE thing, show you all EXACTLY the type of evil woman she is, that a lot of us have experienced over the past few years behind the scenes, the mask has slipped…everyone meet the REAL colleen ballinger.”

In her June 28 video, Ballinger explained that she used to message fans earlier in her career, but “didn’t understand that maybe there should be some boundaries” and oftentimes overshared details about her life.

“I haven’t done that in years because I changed my behavior and took accountability,” she sang, adding that she was not going to apologize to “lies and rumors.”

Adam McIntyre/Instagram

“Your goal is to ruin the life of the person you despise while you dramatize your lies and monetize their demise,” she continued. “I’m sure you’re disappointed in my s–tty little song, I know you wanted me to say that I was 100 percent in the wrong.”

While Ballinger did confess to making “jokes in poor taste” and “lots of dumb mistakes,” she denied ever sending inappropriate messages to teenage fans with the intention of grooming them.

“I’m not a groomer,” the 36-year-old added. “I’m just a loser who didn’t understand I shouldn’t respond to fans.”

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Earlier this month, McIntyre’s accusations resurfaced when fellow YouTuber KodeeRants shared alleged screenshots of Ballinger asking fans their “favorite position” in a group chat named “Colleeny’s Weenies.” Per NBC News, the unverified screenshots also showed Ballinger allegedly asking McIntyre if he was a virgin.

E! News has reached out to Ballinger’s rep for comment but hasn’t heard back. 

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