About the trust fund number, wasn't it that she talked about it in a video but didn't want to say the amount out loud, so she wrote it on a piece of paper and held it into the camera? Might be completely off with my memory, but the 80k definitely was the amount she named.
I only saw the true colours comment while scrolling half-asleep through IG this morning and wow, did I come online to a mess. Yes, hello Kenners, I'm from Europe, it's morning here, so I guess we're gonna take over now to make it look like all users here are from America and are talking about you 24/7 or whatever. She's so fucking childish? "My eyebrows say..." Wtf is wrong with you, girl. Guys, she made this post with the caption "Here’s my super adorable Happy Bday Disney post. Enjoy. #happybirthdaydisneyland" and every single of those photos is including her, she's so damn egocentric lol. And this photo is my favourite because it sums up the situation:
This is what I found about CPS in Ireland: So they wouldn't just go unless there's actual proof. Which some videos where the parents make fun of their children probably isn't. Because all the positive stuff is outweighing the couple negative moments. And most of it is their way of parenting and CPS has no say in that obviously. I'm neither from America, nor Ireland, but in Germany from the lack of proof and how healthy and happy Isaac and Ayla look in the videos, they wouldn't act upon a report here. Unless there are a lot of reports.
They wouldn't go. Why would they? This isn't America and usually CPS over here is dealing with serious stuff, I wouldn't call Lindy's family outright abusive. The CPS offices are usually horribly understaffed and even if they received a report, what would the reason be? "Mother is giving child maybe future mental issues"? We do maybe see more than there is but on the outside, Isaac and Ayla are more than fine. They're healthy, they live in a huge house and their parents can pay the bills and feed them well. There's no way to say how their future will be affected by the constant vlogging, but even if a complaint was based on the vlogging and showing off the children in embarrassing situations, they would only give her a slap on the hand and tell her to take care of what she's showing more. Tl;dr: What her and Tim are doing is awful, but there are way more serious cases of child abuse that should and are having priority over Isaac and Ayla.
I don't see how he wouldn't be allowed to show up in her videos anymore? What kind of law would that be? He never mentioned any children nor ex-wives, so it wouldn't "endanger" them in any way and if they're divorced, I don't see how the ex-wive has any say in what he's doing with his life now. Minus paying for the children of course.
If she didn't have to worry about college application because her dad was sick (which is obviously awful), to me it still means she's pretty privileged? Some people have to juggle all of that at once, maybe even a part-time job on top because they need the college education to earn better money in the future. And she's being pretty rude to her high school friends, I don't think they "only" had to worry about which college to apply to... I didn't even make it past that part. The fact that I do not want to be part of their relationship by seeing intimate moments like that already creeped me out, but I also felt really weird about the image of her either getting up constantly to be on the camera or letting the camera run for so long. That destroys any kind of the ~relationship goals~ image she tries to project, I would be super annoyed if my partner is more worried about getting a good video shot than actually cuddling with me.
She should be consequent then and delete all her Japan posts from this year. But since she said "pretty much", that probably would be her excuse as to why it's okay to not always post autumn related things... Honestly, I'd prefer seeing her switch to an autumn only theme because that would look uniform then at least.