following nursey, mechawreck and heavythesquid drama: random, unprofessional people still don't follow any best practises on interviewing victims of child abuse/grooming, and then youtubers are still exposing who the victims are (them saying it's ok doesn't mean it will be ok), (some of) their conversations containing insanely personal information and declaring what types of pictures/videos were taken by whom and which people have them now.
this is actively hurting the victims' mental health and their ability to make the strongest case in a lawsuit that isn't also going to drag on much longer if people hadn't been so content-hungry on youtube/reddit
if some of them thought they were good samaritans by bringing this much detail to the public, especially in this case, they're fucking wrong
let professional people actually prepare proper interviews, probably following a psychological evaluation, instead of not caring about the consequences of these types of information being collected AND shared just for the clicks/upvotes
unfortunately the damage's been done already so reporting the video into oblivion is probably not going to change anything for the victim's sake