Updated: February 9th, 2022
TikTok star Tayler Holder has found himself at the centre of controversy after several of his close friends unfollowed him.
Earlier this week, fans were confused when they noticed that the 24-year-old had been unfollowed by major influencers including ex-girlfriend Charly Jordan, Bryce Hall, Loren Gray, and Daisy Keech. He was also reportedly unfollowed by some people on his professional team. While no one directly addressed the situation, some of Tayler’s former friends began posting cryptic Instagram stories, leading people to believe it involved allegations of sexual misconduct.
Creator Juliano Hodges has notably been the most vocal, posting about “someone” getting the karma they deserve. “Some actions are unforgivable, and you have been getting away with these sinister acts since the day I met you,” he wrote on Instagram stories.
Amid speculation, Tayler went on the BBFs Podcast with Barstool Sports president Dave Portnoy and TikTok star Josh Richards. Dave claims Tayler’s team reached out to him for the interview.
Throughout the interview, Tayler did not provide any reasoning behind his friends unfollowing him, nor did he make the situation any clearer.
“At the end of the day, you know, there’s a lot of stuff going on offline that should continue to be handled offline,” he said. When asked about the sexual misconduct rumours, Tayler called the allegations “vague” and something he does “not take lightly” and does “not agree with”.
Following the episode, KEEMSTAR of YouTube’s Drama Alert tweeted that a “trusted source” confirmed Tayler will be facing “serious allegations from multiple alleged victims”.
He added that Tayler reportedly sent “50 cease-and-desist letters to various influencers in LA”.
Now, Bryce Hall has seemingly confirmed he received a cease-and-desist from Tayler in his latest vlog. “He sent me a cease-and-desist and I’ll tell you right now, no body’s talking about you, bro,” he said. “I have never personally went out of my way to talk shit about like, Tayler behind his back. If anything, I would say it to his face.”
Bryce went on to say that the cease-and-desist told him to “stop talking about Tayler behind his back” regarding “certain actions”.
On February 8th, reports began circulating that Tayler had been arrested for the allegations. These reports were quickly debunked as false.
At the time of publication, the allegations against Tayler are still unclear and no alleged victims have come forward.