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I was wrongly accused of being a serial killer and wearing victim’s clothes because of my TikTok dance video

A TIKTOKER who posted several videos of her dancing is currently being hated online for looking like a “serial killer” who wears their “victim” clothes.

Sabrina Prater, who posted under handle @sabrinaprater625, went viral after posting a TikTok of her dancing to Shania Twain’s “Any Man of Mine” with a messy kitchen full of dirt and damaged parts broken.

Sabrina Prater is accused of being a serial killer who kidnapped women

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Sabrina Prater is accused of being a serial killer who kidnapped womenCredit: TikTok @ sabrinaprater625
Her video has garnered millions of views of people mocking her

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Her video has garnered millions of views of people mocking herCredit: TikTok @ sabrinaprater625

Prater’s November 11 video reached over 22.5 million views and also garnered several TikTok related tags like #sabrinaprater625 and #sabrinaprater, garnering nearly 40 million views in total.

However, there is a catch with all views.

People are starting to use her video as a meme template to mock her on TikTok – and things aren’t going to get better anytime soon.

After Prater posted another video with two women in the background, videos on TikTok began appearing unfounded claiming that Prater was the kidnapper who had kept the two women against their will.

Instead, Prater hit back, saying that the two women seen in the video were her daughter.

Based on Insiders, videos with between 50,000 and 160,000 views began to claim Prater as the kidnapper among other conspiracy theories.

Prater’s woes become more exhausting when a private subreddit for her video was created on November 26th.

The posts show people constantly confusing Prater, whose TikTok bio says, “I’ve come out completely, I’m a woman, girl, follow her and her.”

Similarly, the subreddit accused Prater of being a serial killer, fueling speculation around his legal name, workplace, family, and even allegations of sexual misconduct.

To make matters even worse, a YouTube channel called Queen oF Thoughts TV on November 28 posted a video of Prater during a TikTok livestream responding to the allegations.

Prater says “They know I’m not,” in the original stream that is no longer viewable on her account.

In a separate video posted on the same Youtube account, Prater shows she has been accused of violating TikTok’s nudity and sexual content policy but denies the claim.

“It’s me. I’m being violated again for who I am. I didn’t do anything wrong,” Prater said in the video.

“You have to stand up for me because I’m being wronged. I want to be loved and accepted, man. I’m being treated worse than anyone else out there like me.”

“I’m sick of being hurt by this. I’m just like anyone else. I want to be loved and accepted, man. I’m being treated worse than anyone else out there like me.”

Prater, who lives in Flint County, Michigan, has been reported multiple times by tippers since posting the video on TikTok.

“We have received extensive advice and law enforcement has become aware of,” read a statement from the official Facebook page for Crime Stoppers of Flint & Genesee Count, allowing people to post tips anonymously.

She has since settled the charges saying that she is not a serial killer and wants to turn herself in

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She has since settled the charges saying that she is not a serial killer and wants to turn herself inCredit: TikTok @ sabrinaprater625

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Huynh Nguyen

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