- YouTubers Myka and James Stauffer revealed that they had “relocated” their adopted son Huxley, who is autistic.
- The brands have issued statements saying they will no longer partner with Myka in the event of a backlash.
YouTubers Myka and James Stauffer are facing an increased reaction after announcing that they had “relocated” their son Huxley almost three years after adopting him in China. According to People, several companies have revealed that they will no longer make connections with the Stauffers, including Playtex Baby who said Myka’s latest Instagram posts for them were “back in February” and that they “are not pairing with it to move forward. ”
Other companies, including Chili’s, Big Lots and Suave, also replied that they would no longer be working with Myka in the future.
Meanwhile, Danimals announced the end of their partnership with Myka in the caption of a recent article, stating: “We have already worked with Myka Stauffer and are no longer working with her. We are aware of the news that she has shared about her family and are very sad to hear about this difficult situation. “
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In addition to losing brand partnerships, Newsweek reports that Myka has lost 6,000 YouTube subscribers since announcing that she relocated Huxley. As a reminder, the couple told subscribers that they had difficulty caring for an autistic child and linked Huxley to a “new mom” after receiving feedback from health professionals.
“After Huxley came home, there were many more special needs that we were unaware of and that we weren’t aware of. For us, the health professionals really heard badly, a lot of their comments and “Things that upset us. We never wanted to be in this position. And we tried to meet his needs and help him as much as possible … We really love him.”
Myka and James have not yet provided more details about what happened, saying they want to protect Huxley’s privacy.
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