It seems TikToker Hunter “Echo” Ecimovic has gotten cold feet after going live with crude and disgusting things to say about Millie Bobby Brown.
It’s been an insane 48 hours for Mills.
Earlier this week, Hunter went on Instagram Live and claimed to have dated the actress when she was 16-years-old and he was 20.
He also claimed her parents knew about the relationship and consented to it.
In addition to these claims, Hunter made derogatory and crude remarks about Millie and their alleged sex life.
His claims were absolutely repulsive.
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Hunter said, “I was living in Millie’s house for eight months, how the f*** is there a lawsuit. Her mom and dad knew about everything.”
A female who was with Echo at the time of the livestream also got on camera and claimed, “She was obsessed, she was in love.”
Echo claims that everything he did was completely legal and approved by “everybody that I (Echo) was with.”
However, on July 13, Millie’s reps hit back at the TikToker slamming his claims.
The actress’ reps told TMZ, Hunter’s not only being dishonest about what happened with Millie, he’s also being “irresponsible, offensive and hateful.”
Millie’s reps did not specifically say what Echo was being dishonest about, but did say they are taking the appropriate actions to shut him down once and for all.
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It appears the reps’ plan of shutting him down worked, because Hunter has issued a video statement about his livestream.
After a frenzy of social media backlash, Hunter took to TikTok explaining, “I wanted to address the livestream incident that happened. It should have never happened in the first place…in those two to three hours, I was getting more and more drunk.”
As negative comments continued to increase and show more and more, it started to piss of Hunter.
“It was getting me more and more irritated…I became more careless. I said stuff that should have never been said….that’s how I decided to handle it,” he continued. “I’m also seeing a lot of clips of certain parts of it, people are trying to make it ten times worse. There’s already stories that are completely not correct, or never been said, it’s all being fabricated because that’s what happens apparently…and then you guys are taking that information and running with it. It’s like a little rumor about something and then it gets spread. The livestream, I am sorry for. I’m not proud of how I spoke…I am sorry for doing that livestream. I should have ended it the moment it started getting bad…I said what I said and I can’t take that back. I just want you to know that I’m not okay with what I said.”
Unfortunately, Hunter never directly addressed or apologized to Millie, but he did apologize for the livestream.