A group of slag-licking Krem brothers have allegedly been behind the internet campaign against online slags.
According to the Daily Star newspaper, the brothers have been posting online pictures of themselves and their parents, with their faces distorted, with the caption ‘krem’ or ‘slag’.
They have also used their social media accounts to target other slags and their family members, the paper reported.
However, their campaign has been criticised by social media users who have condemned their actions as ‘degrading’ and ‘degradation of the dignity of people’.
The website Krem Slag Brothers posted a statement on its website on Friday, saying: ‘We are deeply saddened to see the internet, and especially the slags online, become a tool for defaming and humiliating people.
This is completely unacceptable.’
However, many internet users on the website defended the brothers and said it was not their intention to disrespect others, according to the newspaper.’
They [the brothers] are very sensitive and sensitive to their image, and the way their family treats them is a matter of pride,’ said the statement.’
I feel sorry for their parents as they have not taken it well.
They have been told that it is their parents’ fault and that they must be ashamed of themselves.’
It is unclear whether the brothers will face any legal action, the newspaper reported.
Michael Slagers former girlfriend was caught on camera dragging a naked woman out of her hotel room after a night of drinking, court documents allege.
The woman’s name has not been released for her protection.
The arrest warrant was filed Tuesday in federal court in North Charleston, S.C. The woman was arrested in March and faces felony charges.
Her attorney, Andrew Seidel, declined to comment.
Selling Slager’s alleged crimes in the United States is illegal.
A judge issued an arrest warrant last month and ordered him held pending a Jan. 6 court hearing.
He was arrested on Thursday after a man said Slager forced him to drink a beer.
Prosecutors charged Slager with felony sex abuse, assault, burglary and disorderly conduct.
He faces a possible life sentence if convicted.
The case is being prosecuted by the North Charleston District Attorney’s Office.
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