• A complaint filed with the CCID yesterday

TikToker Davina, mother of four children, and her partner Nathan Julie are victims of a scheme on social networks. They filed a complaint with the Central Criminal Investigation Department (CCID) on Monday, June 3. The couple is demanding justice for their children and themselves.

Very active on social networks such as TikTok, Facebook and Instagram, Davina, 29, is a single mother of four children, aged between 2 and 13 years old. However, since last week, she has been going through a tumultuous period. A devious scheme began in the form of a fake account bearing the name “”, aimed at tarnishing his image and that of his four children. The title on this site mentions: “Tragedy on TikTok: Nathan Julie, aka “Balle Coulou”, ends his life after a romantic betrayal. » At the bottom of the page, another statement states: “Upset by the betrayal of his concubine Davina, Nathan Julie ends his life by throwing himself from the SAJ bridge”

This deception sparked a series of explanations to prove that Nathan Julie is alive and never attempted suicide. He was forced to defend himself against these suicide allegations, while expressing his displeasure over the publication of the photos of Davina's children. “Everyone needs to know that I am alive and well. I consider this a smear campaign against Davina, her children and myself,” he said.

He added: “If you think I can't take care of four children, know that I also have my own children to look after. Each comment is investigated by a dedicated team. When you denigrate children, you not only tarnish my reputation or that of Davina, but you also show your irresponsibility. Those who leave negative comments must take responsibility for their actions. If it were your children in their place, you would react differently. We know who is behind this, and we will let justice do its job. »

The Défi Media Group would like to inform the public that a series of fake sites bearing the name “defimedia” and fake radio stations have recently been put online with the aim of defaming people. The management of Défi Media Group urges victims of such acts to report them to the competent authorities.

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