Aria Nina has been known mostly for her large Instagram following, but now the self-professed "cam girl" is gaining fame for another reason her sexting scandal with married YouTube star Shay Carl Butler that has sent millions of people looking up information and pictures of the young social media star. The Shay Carl scandal erupted on Sunday, when Aria Nina went online to share her story and some of the sexual messages he had allegedly sent her. In one of the tamer posts, Aria Nina asked Shay Carl to send some kind of proof of his identity, and he responded with what appears to be a selfie taken in front of a car. Like, I want your baby. Can I have him?
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The drama started when Aria Nina posted screenshots of private messages between her and the married father of five on Twitter. She said their conversations started with him thanking her for her support. Aria claims her conversations with Shay continued for three months. She denies trying to get fame or money out of the situation but did reveal she is in possession of a compromising video of the popular YouTuber.
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Colette Butler has returned to YouTube nearly seven months after she and husband Shay Carl Butler disappeared from the video-sharing site that brought them to fame. In the video posted Sept. Things were happening.
Shay Butler, who has taken a break from filming YouTube videos due to"alcoholism", became famous for his family orientated clips which often featured his wife Colette and five children. But Aria Nina earlier this year exposed sexual messages from father of five Shay which she claims were sent to her on Twitter over three months. She said she decided to release the messages after he was rude to her when she said his son was cute. Shay had regularly posted about his Mormon faith with his wife Colette before waving goodbye to social media last week. He was also a co-founder of Maker Studios, along with fellow YouTuber PewDiePie, who has been caught up in a scandal over an allegedly anti-Semitic video.