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TikToker Sparks Debate After Admitting She Gave Abusive Ex-Boyfriend A Laxative Brownie

TikToker Sparks Debate After Admitting She Gave Abusive Ex-Boyfriend A Laxative Brownie
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A woman who was in an abusive relationship explained how she enacted her revenge in a TikTok video that sparked a debate in the comments on whether or not she went too far.

On March 17, TikToker Andi Wilson—@andiwilson_—posted a video recalling how she plotted against her ex after he physically assaulted her.

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“Thinking about the time my ex hit me so I convinced him to hike a mountain with me but gave him laxative laced brownies a few hours before and he cried the entire hike down because he pooped himself and then I packed my dorm room and left without telling him and disappeared off the face of the earth.”

In the comments, she said the ex saw her video and managed to get her phone number from someone.

She said a follow-up clip with an update was taken down for "harassment and bullying."

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In response to a commenter who said, “What you did was wrong, two wrongs don’t make a right," Wilson posted a follow-up video in which she provided more context.

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“I’m not saying that what I did was right," admitted Wilson.

She stated she was a "17-year-old girl, who had just started college, who a 23-year-old man decided to take advantage of, and physically and emotionally abused for months.”

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Wilson continued:

"This wasn’t an ‘Oh, he hit me one time and I’ve had enough of it.’ This was months that this had been going on, and it had happened multiple times before on campus but he had gotten away with it because his father was able to pay off the school.”

She went on to explain the severity of his abuse in past relationships.

“This man was able to convince cops that one of his previous girlfriends that he had beaten to the point that her head was gashed open that this girl had beaten her own head into a door frame and busted it open, and she ended up in a psych ward."
"What the heck was I supposed to do? So yes, what I did was wrong, but I absolutely would have done it again. I don’t care, that guy was evil.”

Despite the argument about "two wrongs don't make right," she found plenty of allies among TikTokers.

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Andi answered some other questions in additional videos.

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According to statistics provided by the National Coalition against Domestic Violence:

"1 in 3 women have experienced some form of physical violence by an intimate partner."
"This includes a range of behaviors (e.g. slapping, shoving, pushing) and in some cases might not be considered 'domestic violence.'

The organization also stated that, in the U.S., nearly 20 people are physically abused by an intimate partner every minute–which equates to more than ten million women and men in one year.