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Guy Tells Woman 'Don't Dress Like A Wh*re' After She Allegedly Catches Him Taking Photos Of Her

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If someone is filming you, it's probably best to do what they say before you say something you're going to regret. Especially in the age of viral TikToks.

A viral video showed a TikToker confronting a man for taking photos of her who then proceeds to slut shame her for what she's wearing.

The video with over 10 million views was posted by Ash (@khaleesi28888888888), who was shopping at Walmart. The clip starts with her telling a man to leave her alone.

The video had text on the screen that read:

"I just moved here yesterday for college and I catch this dude taking pictures of my a**."
"Shoutout to whoever this dude is that walked in by the red shirt."
"He stood with me until I left because I was so shaken up."

This college student is going to a school in Texas and had just arrive. She was picking up a few things for the start of her first year of school.

@khaleesi28888888888

great way to start at a new place. i moved here yesterday for college and was so excited and this happens. #lubbocktexas #texastech #harrassement

Ash was being incredibly polite to this man who was allegedly taking photos of her from behind:

"Please, go away from me."
"Go to a different spot."

The man became agitated and said:

"I getting cigarettes."
"Get the f*ck out of my face, you f*cking c*nt."

Ash responded:

"No, you walked towards me."
"Don't take pictures of me."

The man starts walking away and repeatedly says:

"Don't dress like a wh*re."

Ash expressed that it's none of his business what other people do and that she does not care what this man thinks.

After that exchange, Ash tried to continue walking away but then the man came back to yell something else at her.

Ash continued:

"Can you just go away?"
"You're making me really uncomfortable."

The man just couldn't keep it to himself:

"You're a f*cking cheap a** wh*re."

A great deal of the comments were trying to defend this man, but the most liked comments drowned out the toxic ones and defended Ash.

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TikTok is notorious for finding people through the power of the internet.

Soon after the video went viral, @tizzyent shared the video with his 3.4 million followers to help track down the individual.

@tizzyent

Oh look who it is...


Normally, after the person is identified, @tizzyent will move on to another person who needs to be exposed. This time, the man actually sent him messages. Several others also shared their screenshots and TizzyEnt made a video about all of them.

The man said in the message:

"It's taken me a while but I finally found you."
"You seem to use lies when the truth would've been so much better."
"Michael I'm going to sue you."

He went on to say that the video footage from the Walmart would show that he wasn't following Ash around.

Many people had also said that this man was seen walking around target in the women's clothing and makeup department and acting creepy. Ash had posted that in a follow-up video.

The man continued:

"All I did was go to buy a pack of cigarettes. I've never been in a target store."

He also claimed that the truck that TizzyEnt claimed was his had been "stolen" so it couldn't be his.

He continued:

"You need to get your facts straight. you don't have a fracture."
"I'm going to sue you Michael deformation of character (sic)."

In other vulgar messages, he threatened to send people photos of his genitals and using racial slurs.

In an update video, Ash said she would go to the police:

"I will be taking legal action to the best of my ability."

Ash also shared that another internet sleuth TikTok creator was helping to identify the man. For her own safety, she's decided to step away from the situation.

@khaleesi28888888888

@thegreatlondini.com go check out their page. thank you guys so much for being so concerned. 💜

Ash said:

"Never in a million years did I think someone as simple and boring as me would have this many people interested in what's going on in my life."

In previous videos, Ash had said she would go to the police if the man's identity was confirmed, but since she is taking a step back its unclear.