Several brands that once sponsored
YouTube personality Myka Stauffer
have cut ties with her...
amid controversy surrounding her once-adopted Chinese son Huxley,
who has special needs, Today reports.
In a video shared on May 26, Stauffer
and her husband James revealed
that they had “rehomed” Huxley...
after learning that “there was a lot more special needs that we weren’t aware of”.
The couple had adopted Huxley in 2017 and
had documented his adoption process,
all while racking up video views.
As the mother and father continued
to post videos of Huxley, they
landed partnerships with brands...
like Good American, Fabletics, Playtex Baby and Danimals.
The couple also gave interviews
with Moms.com and Parade.
In response to the social media
outrage over Huxley’s rehoming.
Danimals announced on Instagram that it would no longer partner with Stauffer.
Playtex Baby, Fabletics, Chili’s, Suave,
Big Lots and other brands similarly
responded to social media followers.
claiming that they had no plans to collaborate with the Stauffers again