Kimberly Jones is on her way to becoming the most hated mother in America

People will always be able to dig up our worst and best moment and for Kimberly, it was, unfortunately, the former.


                            Kimberly Jones is on her way to becoming the most hated mother in America

Keaton Jones may seem like a regular kid from Knoxville, Tennesee but he's much more than that.

A lovely picture of the family before shit hit the fan (Facebook)

Over the course of the weekend, the bullied teen became a viral video sensation after his mother, Kimberly Jones, posted a video on Facebook about him talking about bullying and harassment he receives from some of his classmates.

Celebrities from everywhere, including Avengers star Chris Evans, poured support for the child and the GoFundMe page started for Keaton was doing very well. It was at this point that everything started going downhill for Keaton's mother, Kimberly Jones.

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People will always be able to dig up our worst and best moment and for Kimberly, it was, unfortunately, the former. People found pictures on her Facebook page of groups of people holding confederate flags. There were also some very racist posts on her page. 

Kimberly received severe backlash and now people are taking it out on Keaton, too. No one is sure if the pictures are real but that doesn't stop the internet from spewing out its wrath.

The boy's GoFundMe page has stopped taking donations but far exceeded its goal of $20,000. Keaton Jones and his page were trending on GoFundMe and managed to raise $57,484.

Soon after the neo-Nazi rally in Charlottesville this August, Kimberly posted:

A racist post that has been deleted from Kimberly's profile (Facebook)

Many people on the internet pointed out that the first people to come forward in support of Keaton were African-Americans including Tennessee Titans tight end Delanie Walker and Reading Rainbow host LeVar Burton.

On 11th December, there were a few news outlets who started putting up articles about Kimberly. The Grapevine said she was "a racist money grabber." Vibe had a headline that read "Family Of Keaton Jones Faces Backlash After Mother’s Views Of Black Protestors Comes To Light."

Mixed martial artist Joe Schilling had an interaction with someone passing off as Kimberly on Instagram. The account seems to have been created on Sunday when Keaton and his GoFundMe page went viral. The account was also seeking donations to a PayPal account. 

Joe Schilling can't take any more of this fake Kimberly (Instagram)

Joseph Lam, the man who started the GoFundMe page in Keaton's name, posted this update to the page late on Monday evening:

Joseph Lam trying to figure out what's going on (GoFundMe)

A couple of hours after that, he posted this update:

The latest update to the GoFundMe page (GoFundMe)

According to ESPN host Jemele Hill, if Kimberly Jones did indeed write racist posts in the past, there is an opportunity for “a great, teachable moment here.”

Keaton along with other children and there's a confederate flag (The Wrap)

Everything on Kimberly's Facebook page has been wiped off except this post:

The only post on Kimberly's timeline. A message for the internet? (Facebook)

Kimberly Jones and the rest of her family seem to have gone off the radar as of now. We will have to wait and see what she has to say about the whole issue. In the meantime, watch this video of someone still talking about the real victim here, Keaton Jones.

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