Cosmetics brand Morphe says goodbye to cosmetology YouTuber James Charles.
The move was in the light of Charles’ allegations of exchanging sexual messages with minors.
Charles says he didn’t know that his teens were minors.
Cosmetics brand Morph said goodbye on Friday to James Charles, a beauty YouTuber who has recently been criticized for exchanging sexual messages with minors.
“In light of recent allegations against James Charles, Morph and James have agreed to terminate our business relationship and discontinue the sale of the Morph x James Charles product offering.” Morph said in a statement Share on Twitter.
“Morph’s goal has always been, and has always been, to create a positive, safe and empowering space where all cosmetologists can freely share their artistry and passion for cosmetics. I’m working on doing it. “
Charles also shared a statement twitter About the news, saying that many of his business partners received “significant negative feedback” in the light of allegations against him, including Morph.
“I love working together moment by moment and I am grateful for what we made together,” he said, “mutually agreeing” to quit working together. Added.
The· Morph x James Charles The product included an eyeshadow palette and brush set.
Charles is very popular on YouTube, with over 25 million subscribers, but in recent months allegations that he sent an explicit message in an attempt to “care” a boy under the age of 18. It is surrounded.
February, A 16-year-old boy said Insider Charles sent him nude photosCharles denied knowing the boy’s age, even though he told YouTuber that he was 16 years old, and the teenager claimed he was 18 years old.
According to the British National Society for the Prevention of Child Abuse, the boy accused Charles of “care”. This means building a relationship of trust with young people in order to manipulate and abuse them.
Several other young people came out before On social media to accuse Charles of making inappropriate exchanges with them.
In the video posted in April, Charles apologizedAdmitted that at least some interactions had occurred, he said, “reckless.”
In his statement on Friday, Charles again said he believed that the people he was talking to were 18 at the time.
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