Will Sienna Mae Gomez sue Mason Rizzo? TikToker warns sexual assault accuser to 'be ready'
Just days ago TikToker Sienna Mae Gomez was accused of sexually assaulting her on-and-off alleged beau Jack Wright by fellow TikToker Mason Rizzo
TikToker Sienna Mae Gomez was taken aback when she was accused of sexually assaulting fellow Hype House member Jack Wright. The former rumored couple's more than 20 million combined followers on the social media platform were left stunned when Wright's friend Mason Rizzo made the allegations against Gomez, who has since denied all allegations and also released a video addressing the same. But it's not an apology video, Gomez insists and asserts several times.
Instead, Gomez's tone is more of a warning as she asks her accusers to "be ready," while also slamming Wright's twin brother James Wright's stand against her as "bold." Legal proceedings are allegedly in motion between the parties - both 17 - involved, and since Gomez's video, Rizzo too has taken off all online content about the accusations down from his social media, claiming the matter will be handled by the parties offline. Does this mean Gomez is suing Rizzo?
The Gomez-Rizzo-Wright drama
The allegations against Gomez sexually assaulting her on and off former beau Wright were first made by Rizzo, with the fellow TikToker writing, “I struggle with seeing a girl getting praised after telling my best friend to kill himself and sexually assaulting him numerous times after he set boundaries and then reportedly wonder why ‘he doesn’t like [her] back’.” He wrote, “She also has a history of verbally abusing people in high school and in LA. She prioritizes the growth of her platform rather than the positive message she represents herself as.”
The allegations, although never formally addressed, confirmed, or denied by the Wright family, were however, further stressed when Jack's brother James posted cryptic posts on his social media, and retweeted Rizzo's original post writing “This is why ‘I couldn’t just let it go and stay out of it.” Gomez had initially responded to the allegations writing on her social media "Friends fight and relationships sometimes change, but allegations of a criminal act are not to be thrown around loosely," thereby denying everything. She had further added: “Making an untrue sexual assault claim is never okay. I’m beyond saddened by this situation.” Claiming everything would be removed from social media after 48 hours to handle the situation offline, it seemed like people glued to the drama had been served the last of it.
But Gomez was clearly not done. Backpeddling on her own claims of handling things offline, on the morning of Tuesday, June 1, Gomez shared with her 380,000 YouTube subscribers a bombshell video where she not only denied the accusations but also asked her accusers to watch their backs. “I unequivocally deny the allegations that I sexual assaulted Jack Wright,” Gomez said in the new video adding, “I am not making an apology video.” She further clarified "I have nothing to apologize for because I did not sexually assault Jack Wright. Jack never confirmed or denied it, which makes the situation worse because he never denied it knowing that it’s not true.”
Is Sienna Mae Gomez suing Mason Rizzo?
Her YouTube video claiming that they had seen each other several times over the past few months and confirming she had never had sex with Jack despite being "strung along" by him, Gomez earned 98,000 views for it. The most explosive bit of news was however saved for the last as Gomez intimated both her followers and her first accuser - Rizzo, that her legal team was working in gathering evidence and warned him to "be ready". Gomez didn't stop her attacks at just Rizzo, next on her list was Jack's twin James, whom she warned "I’m so surprised that you’re so outspoken on an issue that we both know you relate so closely with. It would really suck if a large group of people… had to share the experiences that they’ve had with you. Saying that I sexually assaulted your twin is very bold—especially coming from you.”
While either of the Wright brothers are yet to address the accusations any further or with any more clarity, Rizzo had informed followers that the family had, once again, chosen to deal with the situation offline. “The Wright family, Sienna’s family, and I have decided to delete all information about the situation and handle it off of social media,” Rizzo had written late on Monday, May 31, shortly before Gomez's address to her fans and followers.
It's still not clear whether she is suing the Wright twins or Rizzo for these serious allegations against her, often with cases of defamation, parties are not allowed to disclose matters on social media. It's worth noting that Rizzo has since deleted all his accusatory claims from social media, in the light of Gomez's video making the rounds. The fan-reaction to Gomez's video has also been incredibly supportive with people praising the honesty with which the TikToker makes her defense. In the end, Gomez explicitly sharing it all hints that maybe a lawsuit hasn't been filed yet, but her warning against Rizzo and the Wright twins rings clear that should matters get to suing them, it won't be that massive a surprise.