Daddy heart influencer: his TikTok account is suspended until he pays alimony

Daddy heart influencer: his TikTok account is suspended until he pays alimony
Daddy heart influencer: his TikTok account is suspended until he pays alimony

He was not the owner of any bank account, so the justice system decided to suspend his profile. TikTok. This happened to an Argentinian, known as Baby Criswho behind his humorous content on social networks, hid a large alimony debt to his minor daughter and an accusation of violence.

According to the Diario Judicial de Argentina, The girl’s mother—along with her lawyer—requested this measure to force him to pay the pension payments he owes.. The court agreed and, in the court order issued by Judge María Laura Lucchini, it was determined that The account will be suspended “until the parent complies with the law and complies with his or her maintenance obligations.”

But in order to achieve this, they had to contact TikTok, the Chinese application.

Daddy heart: his TikTok account is suspended until he pays alimony

Father’s TikTok account suspended for child support debts

According to the Argentine media Timethe judge invoked article 553 of the National Civil and Commercial Code and requested the TikTok company to suspend the tiktoker’s account Baby Cris and to refrain from “registering new users in the name of the defendant.”

And the origin of the money that the man has would come from that TikTok account, where he has thousands of followers. That is to say, Your account is listed as the debtor’s only registered asset of value.

However, Since TikTok is legally based in China, it has been difficult to receive a response. The plaintiff’s lawyer, Rodrigo Tripolone, supported with documents and even a link to attach the judgment and screenshots and the court finally notified the application to request the closure of the debtor father’s account.

Daddy heart: his TikTok account is suspended until he pays alimony. Photo: REUTERS/Mike Blak

The response from the Chinese company is not yet known, however, The account as such was left as “not available”. Still, the man “reopened” his account and came back with the name War Baby Makina, profile that is still current in the application.

But the case, which is not over yet, marked a point in the new way that people have on social networks to obtain money and their civil responsibilities, especially as parents.

“Resolutions such as the one in the specific case recognize that non-compliance with the food quota is economic violence and sends a message to society that it is not tolerated in the courts”lawyer Tripolone told the Argentine press.

 
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