Lia Marie Johnson has worried her fans with her Disturbing Livestream Video
Renowned internet personality, Lia Marie Johnson has worried her fans as she posted a disturbing Livestream video on her Instagram. Her 1.3 million followers on Instagram got worried the moment they say the video, which showed the 23-year-old influencer highly intoxicated and telling viewers to “F*** off”. However, the video was deleted from her page.
The 20-minutes video was posted on January 2, and Johnson stopped and re-started the Livestream. Johnson, who starred in the Nickelodeon movie, Terry the Tomboy, and has allegedly garnered 1.8 million subscribers on her personal YouTube channel, seems to be hanging out in a recording studio, and she misarticulating her words while trying to speak to her viewers on Instagram.
And in the background, there was loud music being played and Johnson could be seen kissing a man off-screen, perhaps it was her producer, it went for about 15 minutes into the video, thereby making it more unsettling to watch. The man did not show his face on camera; however, he could be heard saying, “Are you on Instagram? No, you’re not – you can’t be on Instagram. Are you really on Instagram? Because that would be bad.”
Johnson replied, “No,” but the man continued to ask the same question.
Then he asks Johnson, “Then what is this? Tell me the truth. What is this?” and grabbed Johnson’s phone and said, “Now, we’re going back to us. I’m hijacking your phone.”
Seeing all this viewers voiced their concern in the comments section, and offered to call the cops if she could not, Johnson fired back on them. And she said straight to the camera, “F*** all of you, do not send the f***ing cops to my f***ing address. No these people right here are the most f***ed up.”
It is quite clear that Johnson was completely intoxicated, and on top of it, she lied to the man off-screen about posting live on social media; however, viewers couldn’t help but wonder if this was a cry for help. Especially, because the man with her at the recording studio was whispering in the background, “Lia, I need this to not go out, because it will affect my work. Please, turn it off.”