TikToker Sued After Reportedly Accusing Teacher of Murder

TikToker Sued After Reportedly Accusing Teacher of Murder

(ConservativeHub.com) – Four University of Idaho students were murdered in a Kings Road home in Moscow, Idaho, on November 13. Ethan Chapin, Kaylee Goncalves, Xana Kernodle, and Madison Mogen died from stab wounds. Police only just recently revealed a suspect, but before that, one TikTok user claimed to know exactly who killed the young victims. The TikToker is now facing legal trouble over her accusations.

Ashley Guillard created multiple TikTok videos accusing University of Idaho professor Rebecca Scofield of being the killer. She cited a tarot card reading as her main piece of evidence. The self-styled TikTok sleuth claims to have solved multiple murders using the occult tool. Guillard accused Scofield of having a romantic relationship with one of the victims, which led her to commit the crime.

Scofield vehemently denied the accusations and sent Guillard cease-and-desist orders twice to no avail. The professor filed a lawsuit for defamation in the district court against the social media maven on December 21. She asked for damages due to the impact on her reputation and fear for safety caused by the videos.

In recent videos, Guillard claimed she hadn’t received any court documents, but she looked forward to presenting the evidence she had proving Scofield’s guilt to the court. She also clarified she wouldn’t stop creating content about the matter.

On December 30, news outlets reported authorities arrested 28-year-old Bryan Kohberger in connection with the killings.

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