Get My Jazzy Life Taken off YouTube Before It's Too Late

Get My Jazzy Life Taken off YouTube Before It's Too Late

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Jasmine De'Priest Dukes is a mother of four based in Austin, Texas. Her YouTube channel, My Jazzy Life, documents the everyday life of her and her four children. Upon first glance, she may seem like a strong mother bravely continuing on through trials and tribulations to provide for her children — a facade which she maintains by repeatedly stating how she is "doing her best." Upon closer inspection, her YouTube channel reveals a shocking amount of neglectful and heartbreaking treatment.

Recently, a series of videos amazingly assembled by the YouTube channel My Shabby Life has compiled these instances. They can be found here:

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCWSr2cpTcf3iB1n0Cji4vtA

These nauseating, distressing clips show everything she puts her children through, including but not limited to:

  • repeated medical neglect
  • unexplained injuries and infections
  • physical abuse masked as "discipline"
  • malnourishment
  • deprivation of basic needs such as food and baths
  • filthy living conditions
  • failure to acknowledge the inappropriate conduct of her boyfriend around her children
  • constant live-threatening endangerment

There are innumerable people who are concerned about the welfare of her innocent children, and have made attempts to improve their situation through donations (which she takes and uses for herself) and CPS calls (which she used as evidence of "jealous" women hating on her), with no tangible outcome.

Jasmine De'Priest Dukes should not be allowed to monetize her abuse any longer. Every day we do not draw attention to the plight of these children is another day that they face starvation, neglect, and dehumanizing treatment.

Please help us save these children by signing this petition, and sharing it wherever you can.

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