The ACE family is accused of stealing a small YouTuber for the Ace Fest event

YouTube stars The ACE Family have been accused of stealing footage from a small-time YouTuber to promote their upcoming event, Ace Fest.

The ACE family began selling tickets for their upcoming event, Ace Fest, back on April 9th.

Since then, broadcaster stars Austin McBroom and Catherine Paiz have been accused of falsifying statistics on the number of tickets they sold after the couple claimed the event was completely sold out.

Now the pair are being called out on social media over claims they stole footage to also promote Ace Fest.

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The ACE family has over 18.9 million subscribers on YouTube.

ACE Family allegedly stole footage for Ace Fest

Social media users have pointed out that footage the couple has promoted via social media may have come directly from a small content creator without their permission.

Footage appears near the end of the video below, showing an aerial view of a carnival complete with light-up rides and games.

YouTube detective MadCatster tracked down the person who owns the footage. Jay and Mack Moviesand asked them if they knew that ACE Family used their videos to promote their own event.

The videographer said they had not heard of ACE Fest using their footage until MadCatster reached out to them for comment. They also said: “That was the first time we heard about it… We came across this YouTube video that had over 2 million views where they use it to promote their Ace Fest and we did.” saw our clips and was so shocked. Like what the hell.”

Video starts at 8:20

The YouTuber went on to say it was “wild” that the ACE family didn’t ask their permission or let them know they were using their footage to promote ticket sales for their own event.

As we near the official date for Ace Fest, July 9th, many content creators like Ethan Klein believe the event will either not happen at all or will be a Fyre Festival-level disaster. The ACE family is accused of stealing a small YouTuber for the Ace Fest event

Emma Bowman

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