@jeongie_94 (race faker account), @jasmine_rideout (real account), @jasmineseanofficial (???)
@jasmine.sean.model (???), @jasmine.sean.writer (???), @jasmine_sean_rideout (???)
halfkoreanblogger1994 (blog account), @jeonghee_1994 (deactivated), @a_books_paradise (former)
Other known accounts:
Jeonghee1994 (kakaotalk), jazzy.bear18 (kik)
Facebook #1 (main #1), Facebook #2 (main #2), Facebook #3 (???),
Facebook #4 (???), Facebook #5 (???)
HalfKorean1994 (Twitter #1), bellarocks19 (Twitter #2), jasmine_acting (Twitter #3),
jasminesean2014 (Twitter #4), jasmine_rideout (Twitter #5)
Patreon, Wattpad, YouTube
Actress Profile #1, Actress Profile #2, Actress Profile #3
Jasmine Sean Rideout is a 25-year-old (b. Nov 19, 1994) Canadian woman who gained social media attention for her constant yellow facing, lying, fetish for Korean men, and now for impregnating herself because she wanted a half-Korean baby.
Jasmine initially popped up in the General "non-Asians pretending to be Asian" thread for claiming to be a Eurasian plus-size model named Yang Jeonghee (양정희), however many could see that she obviously looked like a complete white woman. This was proved when her childhood pictures were posted with her parents and grandmother that showed that her family is clearly white:
Despite this, she is very adamant about herself being a "mixed Eurasian model" as she constantly tags her images under "#eurasian", "#halfkorean" and many other half-race claims to get attention (ex. half Russian, half German, half British, half Irish, half Chinese, half Thai, etc).
Additionally, she tags herself in the Korean language; but since her language skills are nonexistent, a lot ends up as broken/incorrect words, such as tagging herself as "#한국어" (Korean language) instead of "#한국인", or using incorrect terms like "#하프한국" instead of "#혼혈".
Apart from constant race faking, she also made sob stories about her family situation to explain her background.
To fund her trips to Korean, she had even created a GoFundMe, but after the GoFundMe failed, she turned to Patreon with claims she has never been to Korea and wanted to be reunited with her "homeland". In her Patreon, she used mental illness as an excuse for her trip to "explore more of her Korean side" to make herself feel better. However, a quick glance at her Instagrams photos proved she's already been there multiple times and it was a complete scam.
At one point, Jasmine even posted to an "expats in Korea" Facebook group where she revealed that she wanted to move to Korea in May 2018 and had already lived there for 4 months back in 2017.
An older Instagram description claimed she was working in China as a teacher:
Now, flash forward to August 2018 and things took a very serious turn when Jasmine announced she was 8 weeks pregnant with a "mixed half-Korean" baby.
It was already known that Jasmine sees many hookups from images she posted of herself and men, and also a MeetMe account.
She even changed her Instagram description to "mixed mother and future mom to beautiful mixed baby" and uses tags such as "#halfkoreanbaby, #mixedbaby. #asianbaby" to describe her child. Furthermore, Jasmine even said "of course this sweet bundle was made in Korea".
Turns out, Jasmine is on social welfare and is left as a single mother...
Not only that, but over the past year she has admitted to being on 10 plane flights between Canada, Korea, and China all of which adds up to over 20,000 CAD spent on travelling as a sexpat to satisfy her fetish for Korea and Korean men.
Jasmine selfishly says "No matter what the parents wanted at the time they both need to claim responsibility. Man didn't want a baby well he should have put one on." while completely ignoring the fact that it always takes 2 people and not 1, and now puts the man at fault for getting her pregnant.
Onto her pregnancy arc:
Just weeks into her pregnancy, on Facebook, she shares her thoughts on planning to return to Korea as soon as the baby is born and states she will frequently take the child back and forth Toronto and Seoul. Not to mention, she plans to educate the child within Korea as she believes the Korean education system is superior to Canadian education. Additionally, due to the father's absence, she will herself exclusively teach the child Korean culture (and now claims to be Chinese/Irish through her own father).
In a belly bump picture, Jasmine says "Getting pregnant in #southkorea was of course new" and refer to the unborn baby as "my sweet mixed girl".
Following this is just more nonsense and claims about her "Korean heritage" and "Korean mother", such as being confused if she should use Korean age counting or International age counting, and making up fake memories between her and her absent mother.
In January 2019, on Instagram, Jasmine she posted an image revealing that she is unfortunately dealing with a high risk pregnancy caused by a two-vessel cord. Through some internet searching, it can be easily found that one of the risk factors for developing a two-vessel cord is being white.
Despite this, at 8 months pregnant, she worries about her future dating prospects and says she is only attracted to and interested in having Korean partners. Here, she discloses that the baby's father was a friend of hers and abandoned her after she revealed her pregnancy to him.
Anyway, the very same month, Jasmine packed a baby hospital bag ready to deliver prematurely and went inpatient into a hospital shortly after.
On February 5, she announced that she went into labour and the day after, despite the risks, she gave birth to healthy-looking baby girl named Luna Rae Rideout.
Already, Jasmine is found to have posted into a Facebook group called "Babies, Wobblers, and Toddlers in Korea" asking for advice on how to celebrate the baby's 100th-day celebration (baekil; 백일) and is looking for baby hanboks. She justifies this by saying "I really want to make sure I get her to experience her Korean side as well".
Despite nonstop claiming that she is half-Korean and half-other, she goes onto claiming that her baby is also half-Korean and half-Canadian, even if it doesn't add up.
In March 2019, Jasmine revealed that she had booked tickets for a flight to Korea in September and will be taking her child with her. Her plans are to attempt to move and settle in Korea.
Sometime after, Jasmine created a public social media account for her child despite being only a few weeks old (@lunaraerideout). In the account bio, it is stated that she's a 'Baby Model' and 'Baby Actress' and is available for booking and inquiries through her very own email address.
She also uploaded an image where she poses while holding her child like a doll and revealed in the caption that despite being a less than 2 months old, she already had the baby booked for a commercial fitting job and also filmed a commercial.
On Facebook, she comments that she has been negligent and on some days she forgets to pump to breastfeed the baby and hence only use formula. She also at one point uploaded a picture that showed the baby in thin, short clothing as the baby's visible skin showed signs of peripheral cyanosis due to the weather outside in Toronto being only 8C (46F).
As of May 7, 2019, she celebrated her child turning 3 months old. Sometime in July 2019, Jasmine had a minor accident involving Luna where tripped and fell and accidentally dropped the baby on her head and she sustained a minor skull fracture which lead her to being hospitalized.
After this incident, Jasmine began to claim that the baby's father picked "Hyejeong" as her Korean name despite previously claiming that the father abandoned her after she revealed her pregnancy to him.
Jasmine later on opened up more about her pregnancy. She claimed that the majority of her pregnancy time was spent in Korea and that she only left because she was deemed high risk (two-vessel cord). However, if you scroll up a bit, it can easily been seen that Jasmine was in Canada during almost her entire pregnancy: her first 8 week pregnancy ultrasound was taken in August 2018 in Canada, and she remained in Canada for her whole pregnancy minus the first 2 months. When confronted about her lies by a random Facebook user, Jasmine quickly denied everything. She also claimed she's married to a Korean out of nowhere.... which leads us to our next arc.
Back again to Korea + Baby Daddy + Discovers PULL arc:
On July 18, 2019, Jasmine publicly announced on her Facebook that she will be leaving Canada and going to Korea on August 30 with the hopes of moving there. She also announced that she is attempting to "work things out" with Luna's father. Also, we find out that Luna's father is actually a student in school in Jinju.
As Jasmine is getting ready to leave, she makes Facebook posts where she advertises to sell Luna's belongings, such as diapers, clothes, bottles, bottle warmers and steamers, breast pumps, a baby monitor, a baby chair and baby toys.
In early August, a whole month before she's even in Korea, Jasmine announces that she's in a relationship and posts an old photo with the "father" in question.
It's still August, not in Korea yet, but Jasmine reveals more about the baby daddy. Turns out, she's been discussing marriage with Luna's father despite admitting that she cannot speak Korean and the man can't speak English at all (...how did they even hook up?). Jasmine wonders if the language barrier would affect their marriage.
At this time, many began speculating if this man is even the father as it was known that Jasmine had active dating accounts during her previous trip to Korea and she regularly saw many different men and hookups which is evident from numerous past selfies she took with them.
Anyway, moving on, it's August 26, still not in Korea yet, but Jasmine is already calling the man "hubs".
August 31 arrives and Jasmine can't resist sharing pictures of her first day back in Korea. Already, she's met some people including the baby daddy.
In early September, Jasmine discovers PULL and she is absolutely enraged. She writes a Facebook post addressing PULL users. In her post, she states "my family isn't really no ones business"... despite her posting everything publicly for the world to see. She also makes some other petty treats such as saying she'll get the police (despite being in Korean and not being able to speak Korean), so they can find people's IP addresses... but we all know that's the BS every snowflake spouts once they're caught in the act.
In the post, some Facebook replies point out her hypocrisy of broadcasting her life to the world and not censoring the baby our of her own photos. Additionally, some realized that this thread only exposes her antics with screenshot evidence and no one is "attacking her family" but only showing concern for the baby.
Moving back to her adventure in Korea, Jasmine spends chuseok with the baby daddy's family. She posts pictures of the family handling baby Luna and hashtags it with #family and #2ndfamily and says "we look forward to future years".
Jasmine then publicly reveals that she's been looking into claiming Korean citizenship for Luna.
She later posts a heartfelt picture of the baby daddy pushing Luna in her pram in a park as she captions the lovely photo with "My best friend for two years, from the drunken meeting in 2017 to now having a family in 2019. Thank you for being the best xoxo" (Didn't he abandon you when you revealed your pregnancy to him? Hmm... Anyway xoxo)
During this time, a user dug up some old screenshots from the time she was pregnant. We find out he is actually 28 (in 2018/29), refused to be involved in anyway with Jasmine despite her continuously pushing herself onto him and wants to "surprise" him by bring the baby to him in April/May.
Jasmine reveals her beautiful inner soul and says: "Korean guy I was with got me pregnant and refuses to acknowledge her so now I dead ass send him everything about her. All ultrasounds everything I've bought her knowing 100% his new girlfriend sees everything LOL". Jasmine also threatened to take him to court for not wanting to claim responsibility.
So not only was Jasmine harassing a guy to claim responsibility for her baby despite not being sure if he is actually the father, but she was also attempting to destroy his new relationship to insert herself into his life. Presumably because there is no mention of a girlfriend now, she has successfully destroyed his relationship so that she may marry him for a visa.
Nevertheless, Jasmine is adamant about establishing herself, the baby daddy and Luna as a cute little family and heading off to look for a photographer to get a family shoot.
At the beginning of October, Jasmine is back in Canada. Nonetheless, she's already planned her return trips to Korea, set for February 2020 to "see daddy again"
Jasmine addresses PULL again where people have been speculating how she can afford to spend half her time constantly vacationing, and answers "I work you dumb fucking cunts" and claims she's not on disability or any governmental aid while also not revealing what sort of work she does.
Suddenly out of nowhere, Jasmine subtly begins posting images and messages that indicate that the baby father has broken things off. She posts unhealthy passive-aggressive messages that lean towards attempting to teach and groom Luna to hate the baby daddy for not wanting her, despite her being less than a year old and not being aware of her surroundings.
"OMG I'm actually Chinese - I wanna go to China" arc:
After being rejected by the baby daddy, Jasmine has dropped the Korean obsession because she likely realized she can't have her dream Korean husband by giving birth to a half-Korean child. So she has now turned to.... China!
Jasmine already beings claiming and making up stories about her mixed heritage and Chinese background and goes onto saying that her aunt taught her that her mother is actually mixed First Nations, Chinese and German. The very same women she first claimed was 100% Korean. She goes onto posting an image of a two young girls - one who looks Asian and one who looks white. However, it is quickly found out that the white girl is her child as images of her biological mother have already been revealed.
Jasmine posts an image of a conversation she has with someone and here she admits that she does not know her own background at all. However, the person states that Nadia (her biological mother's name) was a quarter Chinese. The person uses past tense "was" indicating her mother might no longer be alive which means that all those stories she made up about interacting with her "Korean mother" were fake. It is unknown if this conversation is actually real or faked, but if it's real, Jasmine might actually be 7/8 white and 1/8 Chinese (great-grandparent).
Jasmine claims that her father claimed that her biological mother was Korean, but her a conversation with her aunt "cleared it up".
Already, Jasmine is completely fawned with her newly discovered micro Chinese ethnicity. She believes that she looks very Chinese as determined by a an ethnicity guessing app.
Soon after this, Jasmine can be seen on Facebook posting about her new plans on moving to China. She reveals that she will be moving to Shanghai and then Changsha. She posts to Facebook groups called "Expats in China" and "Shanghai Expats" about looking for parents to children and a babysitter to take care of Luna. She's also looking to exchange Luna's belongings yet again.
Jasmine now transitions to adopting Chinese culture and laments missing Chinese New Year in 2019 because of Luna's extended stay in the hospital because she was born premature and asks people on Facebook to give her Chinese New Year items.
This is causing great concern to people as China at the moment is dealing with the outbreak of a deadly and very infectious virus epidemic that has infected over 2,000 people and killed 50. Changsa is very close to the city of Wuhan where the outbreak began and has is a high risk city. More: 2019–20 Wuhan coronavirus outbreak