Viner’s Sex Abuse Joke Proves He Still Doesn’t Think He’s an Attempted Rapist
Even though Carter Reynolds said it wasn’t strange that he tried to force his ex-girlfriend Maggie Lindemann to perform oral sex because they “were dating at the time” and “couples do stuff like that all the time,” the fact of the matter is he tried to pressure her into the act after she said no REPEATEDLY, and that makes it an attempted assault. But even though many people are pretty clear on the fact that no means no in every single circumstance, the 20-year-old still doesn’t seem to think so, because he’s now making jokes about the incident.
The Vine star stooped to a level lower than we ever thought possible when he created a meme on Twitter of his face, along with a caption that poked fun at his ex and him being an attempted “rapist.”
When people comment "oh my gosh Maggie" and "rapist" on my photos still pic.twitter.com/fXc3haTaZb
— Carter Reynolds (@carterreynolds) May 22, 2016
But while the Viner obviously thought making a rape joke was funny, a ton of people seemed to disagree.
@carterreynolds but you did
— xoRaice (@RiceBubbleGum) May 22, 2016
@carterreynolds cause you are one lol
— o'brien winchester (@dylaunobriens) May 22, 2016
@carterreynolds well i mean you literally got away with sexual assault so
— Victoria | :/ (@BiebskiansTW) May 22, 2016
— effy (@fangsaIot) May 22, 2016
@carterreynolds no one is gonna forget it. Especially her. You're twisted just for posting this. You hurt her.
— Izuku Midoriya (@Chrisbuggetti) May 22, 2016
@carterreynolds do u think time passing makes u not a rapist
— #1 drunk luke stan (@_lukesbigbanana) May 22, 2016
Good try, Carter, but unfortunately your actions will always stick with you, no matter the amount of ‘funny’ memes you make.
Seeing as many celebrities have dissed Viners in the past, we’ll just wait for one of them to comment on this dumb moment. In the meantime, here are the real-life stars who through serious shade at the social media kids:
In April 2014, Nash Grier posted a Vine that made a joke about HIV being caused by "f*gs," and a few months later Tyler called him out for the incredibly stupid comment.
"Promoting a false stereotype that HIV only affects gays to his millions of teen fans is extremely dangerous," the 27-year-old star tweeted. "Call me and people like me, 'f*g' all you want, but spreading false information about deadly diseases is next level." Nash eventually posted an apology and took down the Vine, but he was already in hot water.
Photo: Instagram (@tyleroakley, @nashgrier)