Trans TikToker Banned From White House Facing DISTURBING Abuse Claims

By Greg Moriarty | Tuesday, 18 June 2024 03:00 PM
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In a shocking revelation, Rose Montoya, a transgender TikToker who gained notoriety after being expelled from the White House for going topless during a Pride event, has been accused of sexually assaulting at least five individuals.

Montoya, who was born male but now identifies as female, is alleged to have perpetrated the abuse over an extended period, according to The Post Millennial.

The accusations were brought to light by Jesse Diamond, known online as TransMuscleBear. Diamond took to social media to recount the harrowing experiences of abuse suffered at Montoya's hands while recovering from gender reassignment surgery. Diamond shared an email, purportedly from Montoya, which included the chilling admissions, "I broke your trust and violated you," and "I'm sorry I forced myself on you."

Diamond's account of the abuse paints a grim picture of a year-long ordeal that left lasting emotional scars. "I attempted to end my life on more than one occasion due to how depressed I was from the trauma," Diamond confessed. The trauma was so severe that Diamond abstained from any form of intimacy for nearly two years following the third surgery. Diamond also claimed that there were at least four other victims of Montoya's alleged abuse.


Detailing the horrific circumstances, Diamond stated, "I was incapable of walking the first 10+ times that she r*ped me. I couldn't run away if I tried & I couldn't afford to stay anywhere else." Diamond also revealed that Montoya had attempted to silence them through a restraining order, which was subsequently denied by a judge. Undeterred, Diamond declared, "If she continues to try to threaten me with legal action, I have no issue presenting her confession to a judge + making it public record."


In a video posted on TikTok, Diamond shared screenshots of the email in which Montoya confessed to the alleged sexual assault in 2020. The email read, "I'm really sorry I broke your trust and violated you... I'm sorry I forced myself on you. I told myself I'd never do something like that to someone else. And here we are."


While encouraging people to spread the story, Diamond cautioned against threatening Montoya, instead urging her to take responsibility for her actions. The unfolding saga serves as a stark reminder of the importance of accountability and the enduring impact of sexual abuse, even as society grapples with evolving understandings of gender identity and expression.