Sienna Mae Gomez allegedly asked TikToker Jack Wright to 'kill himself', friend claims she was 'abusive'

Wright's close friend, Mason Rizzo, slammed the 17-year-old for being "verbally and physically abusive" on multiple occasions in the relationship


                            Sienna Mae Gomez allegedly asked TikToker Jack Wright to 'kill himself', friend claims she was 'abusive'
Sienna Mae Gomez and Jack Wright ([email protected]/@jack.wright21)

Social media star and influencer Sienna Mae Gomez, who has more than 15 million followers on TikTok, has been accused of sexually assaulting ex-boyfriend Jack Wright.

Wright's close friend, Mason Rizzo, slammed the 17-year-old for being "verbally and physically abusive" on multiple occasions in the relationship even after Wright had set clear boundaries. He even claimed that Gomez told Wright to "kill himself". 

Rizzo has since deleted his tweet but screenshots of the same have gone viral on social media. Wright's brother James Wright had also retweeted Rizzo's post. Hours later, Rizzo tweeted that the concerned parties had decided to "handle" the situation off of social media.



 

Meanwhile, Gomez has denied the allegations calling it an “untrue sexual assault claim” on Instagram, adding her post would be "removed in 48 hours". She also reiterated that everything would be handled offline.



 

This is not the first time when social media stars have made headlines for the wrong reasons. Recently YouTuber Jovan Hill had apologized after a user on Twitter outed him for sexual assault. In another incident, 21-year-old You Tuber Carson King was accused of “sexting” underage girls whereas, one YouTuber made headlines when David Dobrik’s Vlog Squad members got severely criticized for allegedly "drugging" and "raping" a fan in 2018.

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Accusations against Sienna Mae Gomez

Gomez, who stays very active on Instagram, is popular for her body positivity messages. Gomez and Wright both went to the same high school. Rizzo claimed that Gomez has a history of verbally abusing people in high school.

In his now-deleted text image on Twitter, Rizzo said: “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 continued, “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.”

He had captioned the Twitter post as, “Jack and James have been my best friends since kindergarten.” Even though the post doesn’t mention the name of Sienna, the body positivity terms and Jack and James going to the same school as hers, made it clear that the post was targeting the 17-year-old TikTok star. 



 



 

‘Believe the victim guys’

As soon as Wright’s friend called out Sienna Mae, many users took to Twitter to voice their concerns. One user said, “Aw remember when she called me fat at school last year.” Another user felt, “Always believe the victim guys.” Meanwhile, another chimed in, “JUST BECAUSE HE IS A BOY DOESNT MEAN HIS STORY IS NOT VALID OR IS ANY LESS TRUE !!!!!!!” The next one added, “ALWAYS LISTEN TO THE VICTIM!! It’s better to defend the victim and maybe be incorrect than to defend someone that sexually assaulted another person!!!!!” One user asserted, “I'm sorry for that, i hope jack is fine, he deserves better” whereas, another concluded, “I was not expecting that. She’s usually huge on body image and loving yourself.”



 



 



 



 



 



 



 

Other Twitter users pointed out her hypocritical behavior even before the scandal. "I hate to put down women but Sienna Mae is the same girl that filmed her perfectly skinny body before and after eating four tacos both times looking the same. She spreads body positivity but one of her first videos on TikTok is her talking about another girls," said one tweet.

Another user wrote, "Not sure how Sienna Mae plans to dig her way out of this one but let’s remember believing the victim applies to men as well & it should not be shoved under the rug".



 



 

 

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