Influencer received backlash for calling disabled children "ugly”
An influencer is facing backlash for calling disabled children "ugly" and comparing them to "vegetables" in a controversial live stream with her husband on TikTok.
The video, which was removed from the platform, showed Kerrie Essex Baker from Crewe making derogatory remarks about disabled children, laughing and mocking them, and saying that people should have the right to get an abortion if the baby will be "a vegetable."
Her comments sparked outrage and a Change.org petition to remove her from TikTok has gained over 7,000 signatures.
Despite apologising in a later video, Kerrie remains unavailable on TikTok. The video was widely criticised by parents of special needs children and others for its "vile" and "sickening" content.
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