Her upset mom video is a hit, her ex-husband reveals everything

Her upset mom video is a hit, her ex-husband reveals everything
Her upset mom video is a hit, her ex-husband reveals everything

The video has been viewed more than 62 million times on TikTok. Published on May 20, it shows Elizabeth Teckenbrock crying her eyes out while baking. “Being a single mother means making your own cake on your birthday so that our babies can be happy to wish us in song,” we read in the caption. This clip touched the hearts of many Internet users, who rushed to support the 29-year-old American, living in Florida.

But if there’s one person to whom this buzz has given hives, it’s Elizabeth’s ex-husband. Ulcerated, Andrew Cormier insisted on putting the church back in the middle of the village by denouncing the young woman’s lies. In a TikTok video which has since been deleted but which is still circulating on social networks, the 37-year-old man claims to have sole custody of their offspring.

He adds that Elizabeth is too busy partying to spend time with her 12-year-old and 3-year-old children. “I have my children every day of the week and on weekends, custody is shared during the holidays,” he explains. “The people who follow her congratulate her and tell her that she is strong and that she is doing well, (…) even though she barely takes care of her children and that she does not work,” protests the thirty-year-old.

Elizabeth Teckenbrock accuses her ex-husband of preventing her from seeing her children on her birthday, after she had eaten with friends. Reason why she was upset in this famous video, she explains. “I say proudly, without a doubt, that I know who I am. I know that I am a good mother and that I love my children,” assures the young woman in another video. Elizabeth Teckenbrock admits to having “made mistakes” in the past. She was in fact arrested for fraud in the context of her divorce.

For his part, Andrew published a statement on TikTok, explaining that he no longer wanted any contact with his ex-wife via social networks. “It caused irreparable damage to many people’s lives, including mine, before “going viral,” he wrote. “I tried in the past to use the justice system to stop his destructive attitude (…), but I was made fun of. (…) One day, I will tell my story,” he warns. This open war gave rise to heated debates on social networks, with Internet users wondering who to believe in this story.

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