'Hey kiddo! This is your uncle ' - creepy moment OnlyFans star's relative finds her page 3 months ago

'Hey kiddo! This is your uncle ' - creepy moment OnlyFans star's relative finds her page

Dear Karlie's uncle - please stop

An OnlyFans performer has claimed her uncle sent her creepy message after creepy message upon discovering what she does for a living.

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Karlie Brooks told her story on TikTok, which has now received nine million views and 700k likes.

Karlie Brooks Karlie Brooks/Via Twitter
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"Went five years without my family finding out what I do," Brooks wrote in an opening caption. "I got this text today."

Brooks shared a screenshot of the message, which reads: "Hey kiddo! This is your uncle [redacted]. I think I might have stumbled across a video of you today ... very nice.

@karliebrooksxx I. Am. Cringing ? #CloseYourRings #fypage ♬ original sound - boiwhatdahelllboi1

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"Do you happen to know Riley Reid? Also do you have an OnlyFans? My friend wants to know."

First off, how do you "stumble" across a video of someone you know? Most people frequent the dark depths of the internet, and suffice to say; not many are coming across dear relatives on their sordid journeys.

The added ellipses and consequential "very nice" is beyond strange - and it's not gone unnoticed by TikTok users.

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TikTok The message in question/Via TIkTok

One wrote: "Whoaaaa uncle chill out and say NOTHING..."

Another said: "I- WHAAAAT. HE COULDVE SAID NOTHING. OR BEEN LIKE HEY UH I ACCIDENTALLY FOUND YOU IM SO SORRY I DIDNT EVEN REALIZE OR MEAN TO BUT THATTTTT."

Other users, largely men, turned their attention to Brooks, questioning "lack of self respect."

After a string of replies from lads affirming the uncle's message, one person replied: "The sheer amount of men here basically admitting they would perv on their nieces given what they see as a chance is fucking wild."

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Another replied: "All these guys shaming u with the "lack of self respect" are the same ones who will consume the content and try to emulate it at home."

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