07 November 2019 20:34
Clemmie Hooper aka @Mother_Of_Daughters has admitted to posting anonymous comments about other influencers online. The mummy blogger, who has over 675,000 followers on Instagram, took to Stories to respond to rumours that she had been commenting about fellow influencers under a pseudonym on a gossip website. Engaging in this was a huge mistake I take full responsibility for what has happened and I am just so sorry for the hurt I have caused everyone involved including my friends and family." Reports claim she posted under the username AliceInWanderLust, commenting on a number of rumours about friends in the industry on the site. At this point, some of the bloggers that she had posted about took to Instagram Stories to share that Clemmie had phoned them to apologise, but still hoped to remain anonymous. Bethie Hungerford, aka @HungerMama, said on her stories: "This person has admitted to the bullying [of] all of the friends she has tried to spread rumours about online… it's not whether or not this has happened – it's that it has and she refuses to take responsibility for her actions.
I'm not going to name any names, I'm putting the ball firmly in her court to come clean and acknowledge her wrongdoing and apologise to all of the people she's hurt." Before Clemmie's statement, influencer Laura Rutherford, aka @that_mummy_smile, also took to Instagram to share her thoughts. Also a blogger, Hooper's Instagram handle @Mother_Of_Daughters boats over 675,000 followers. He drew inspiration from Clemmie to create his own Instagram account in 2018, known as @Fathers_Of_Daughters, as has now has an impressive 1 million followers on the popular social media site. Clemmie has recently released an apology after she admitted creating a fake account to defend herself from negative comments online. TRIM LIKE TOM Tom Watson weight loss – how to lose weight and reverse type 2 diabetes FESTIVE FAUX PAS Festive fans are putting their Xmas trees up but say it's 'way too early' INSIDER TROLLING Mummy blogger admits to calling husband 'class A t***' under fake profile She is thought to have been posting comments under the name 'AliceInWanderLust' on a discussion forum called Tattle Life, a site which is sued to discuss influencers.
Clemmie, seen with two of her four daughters, is thought to have been posting comments under the name 'AliceInWanderLust' on discussion forum Tattle Life, a site dedicated to discussing influencers, which has come under recent fire amid claims it is encouraging bullying Posting a statement online, Clemmie revealed the trolling she had experienced led her to set up the account, initially to defend herself, but in an effort to cover up her identity when other users began suspecting who she really was, she began posting negative comments about others 'I take full responsibility for what's happened and I am just so sorry for the hurt I have caused to everyone involved including my friends and family.' Her followers flocked to Instagram to post on the situation, some lending their support and others asking why she 'became a bully to deal with them' Though Clemmie has not revealed who the user was, other users on gossip site Tattle became suspicious when the user Alice in Wanderlust began posting from the same location as Clemmie, including Mauritius, and defending Clemmie. One post by the user Alice in Wanderlust accuses mummy blogger Candice Brathwaite of social climbing and using her 'race as a weapon', while another questions the state of mummy blogger Bethie Hungerford's marriage, and brands Clemmie's husband a 't**t' - before denying the profile was set up by Clemmie. A post by the user Alice in Wanderlust shows her claiming that she is not 'MOD' (mother of daughters/ Clemmie) where she also causes Clemmie's husband a 'class A tw**t' One post by the user Alice in Wanderlust accuses mummy blogger Candice Brathwaite of social climbing and using her 'race as a weapon' Another post by the user Alice in Wanderlust questions the state of mummy blogger Bethie Hungerford's marriage Yesterday fellow mummy blogger Laura Rutherford, known as 'that mummy smile', shared a picture of Alice in Wonderland, with a scathing caption calling for the person behind the fake identity to come forward And fellow influencer Bethie Hungerford, known as Hungermama, took to her Instagram stories ahead of Clemmie's confession to address the furore. She said: 'I've been debating all day what to do and say about getting trolled and bullied by a friend of mine online, 'This person has admitted to the bullying to all of the friends she has tried to spread rumours about online… it's not whether or not this has happened – it's that it has and she refuses to take responsibility for her actions. 'I'm not going to name any names, I'm putting the ball firmly in her court to come clean and acknowledge her wrongdoing and apologise to all of the people she's hurt.' Blogger Clemmie rocketed to fame when she began documenting her life as a midwife and mother to daughters Anya Rose, Marnie, Ottilie and Delilah on blog Gas & Air, before releasing two books.