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Brooke Schofield's Claims That Ex-Boyfriend Clinton Kane Lied About His Mom's Death, Explained

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feed is probably pretty confusing right about now.Allow me to catch me up to speed. The popular co-host, who boasts 1.5 million TikTok followers on her personal account, is accusing her ex-boyfriend—a musician with 2 million of his own followers on the app—of not only faking his Australian accent, but lying about the death of his mother and brother throughout their relationship.But he wasn't just lying to her, Schofield says.

According to podcaster, Kane has released songs about his mother's death and discussed her passing it in interviews. Meanwhile, a representative for Kane tells that Schofield's claims are “untrue,” despite the fact that his biological mother is, in fact, alive.Here's everything you need to know about Schofield's very own version of Reesa Teesa's “” series in the latest edition of , because this is truly unhinged.On June 27, Tana Mongeau's Cancelled co-host Brooke Schofield released a 14-part TikTok series claiming “Chicken Tendies” singer Clinton Kane lied about growing up in Australia, the death of multiple family members, and other details about his life during their relationship, which ended two years ago.

And that's not even why they broke up!This content can also be viewed on the site it from.According to Schofield, she and Kane began dating after he slid into her DMs, eventually inviting her to his concerts in California.

While the influencers disagree about the length of their relationship (a rep for Kane says they dated for three months, while Schofield says they were together for six), Schofield's timeline seems to line up with his “I'm Not Toxic I Swear” tour in late 2021.Following one concert, Schofield says she and Kane went to a late-night diner where they talked for hours.

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