A woman lost her front teeth after drinking mimosas in a viral TikTok video

Palmer Haasch
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TikTok user @autumncathey6 recorded herself while drinking mimosas and then showed her teeth knocked out. @autumncathey6/TikTok
  • A TikTok user recorded herself drinking mimosas before she mysteriously lost her front teeth.

  • "Bottomless mimosas are a drug," she said in the video's caption.

  • Similar videos recording progressive drinking are common on social media.

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A woman filmed herself and others drinking several mimosas throughout the day, but things took a turn when her front teeth were knocked out. The resulting video has gone viral on TikTok and Twitter, where viewers are asking the woman if she's okay.

The video was originally uploaded to TikTok by user @autumncathey6, who uploaded it on Tuesday. As of Wednesday afternoon, it's amassed over 34,000 likes and 211,000 views, but a reupload of the video on Twitter by user @fernvndooo went viral and has over 3.4 million views.

In the video, the user narrates drinking mimosas with other people, recording each of them saying how many glasses they've had of the orange juice and champagne cocktail. At one point in the video, the woman who posted the TikTok is shown climbing onto someone else's shoulders and walking around in a plaza. In the next shot, she's shown sitting in a car with several of her front teeth knocked out.

"Bottomless mimosas are a drug," the caption on the video reads. It was not clear from the video how her teeth were knocked out.

@autumncathey6

Bottomless mimosas are a drug // wait till the end. TikTok took it down

♬ original sound - Autumn Cathey

TikTok labeled the video with a safety warning, writing that the "action in this video could result in serious injury." A representative for the platform did not immediately respond to Insider's request for comment.

But according to @autumncathey6, all is well. In a reply to a TikTok comment from @fernvndooo, who uploaded the video to Twitter, she said that she's alright.

"They put the teeth right back in and put glue across my whole upper row of teeth," she wrote in the comment. In a reply to another TikTok user, she said that she's fine but "just a little traumatized."

In a follow-up TikTok video published on Wednesday, @autumncathey6 said that the mimosa video was from a "month ago" and that she was able to have all of her teeth put back in "almost immediately." Now, she wrote, her "smile is back to normal."

@autumncathey6

My last video was from a month ago, luckily I was able to have all my teeth put back in almost immediately and finally my smile is back to normal! 

♬ original sound - Autumn Cathey

An Instagram account that appeared to belong to @autumncathey6 did not immediately respond to Insider's request for comment. Insider was unable to send a message to the account through TikTok.

Drinking videos like this one are common on TikTok, though they typically end without injury. Users record themselves as they drink, checking in after subsequent beverages or shots to show themselves becoming more and more intoxicated.

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