Sienna Mae Gomez, a 17-year-old California-based social media celebrity, has been accused of sexually assaulting Hype House member Jack Wright. Both were friends who shared videos of themselves dancing together on their individual tiktok accounts, which were well received by followers. This all changed after a few months, with Sienna becoming physically involved with Jack, despite her objections that he didn’t like it. Apparently Jack let her know that she was a friend he didn’t want to connect with that way. Despite this, they produced videos of them kissing and cuddling and distributing them online – videos believed to be the result of Jack’s coercion.
Jack realized he had to do something about what was going on after his friends and family took matters into their own hands. Mason Rizzo shared a slew of screenshots from his Notes app showing how Sienna verbally assaulted him and a number of other men. This was eventually removed from internet platforms as they wanted to deal with the issue offline. “I have a hard time watching a girl get praised after telling my best friend to go kill herself and sexually assault her multiple times after setting boundaries and repeatedly wondering why ‘he didn’t love back,'” Mason Rizzo said. “She also has a history of ‘verbally abusing people’ when she was in high school and in Los Angeles, where she now lives, in addition to ‘prioritizing the growth of her platform’.”
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Sienna lost a lot of fans on her social media sites as a result, and she addressed the subject in one of her YouTube videos, insisting the accusations were baseless. After that, in reaction to his YouTube video, Jack posted a message on his Instagram account.
After all of this, a Tiktoker named Lachlan Hannemann posted a video on June 3 that he claims shows evidence of Gomez’s sexual assault on Wright, which he witnessed. The video was later removed from Hannemann’s account, and he said in a follow-up comment that TikTok was responsible for removing the video, not him. However, his video is still being shared on TikTok by other users given the viral nature of the platform. With the “witness” video, the allegations became little more than a simple “He said-She said” difference in perspective between Jack’s and Sienna’s accounts of what was going on.
Hannemann showed footage of Wright looking inebriated to the point of being unconscious or otherwise incompetent in the video, which he said was shot on Nov. 30, 2020. Hanneman claimed he had no no idea Gomez and Wright’s relationship was “fake” and was carefree when Gomez sat down on Wright and started kissing her, her hand on his crotch. Later, Jack’s friends took Gomez away from Wright shortly after the video was filmed.
nah sienna mae has to lose her platform permanently. Jack Wright’s video made my stomach hurt, what kind of freak does this shit
— samantha (@samantha_macke_) January 20, 2022
After watching a Tiktok video by brendonqueue, which is about what it’s like to be sexually assaulted as a man, Jack finally found the courage to speak up. After watching this video, Jack decided to open up about his experiences in a YouTube video titled “what sienna mae did to me”.
The context provided on Jack Wright and Sienna’s situation in this tiktok basically shows that he confirms the situation for insensitive people who think he “needs” to speak out. tiktok – brendonqueue pic.twitter.com/hAHdQOAcWQ
– a (@a8652848) June 7, 2021
I believed Jack Wright the second this all came out, but after watching his video do you really realize not only how bad a person Sienna Mae is, but how completely crazy she is?!? like she seriously needs help that’s absolutely insane
— ames (@7OSCHERRY) January 21, 2022
i watch jack wright video and my heart just broke when he started crying omg
— mariana 🌻 (@marianamntanari) January 21, 2022