Jerry Harris, of Netflix’s ‘Cheer,’ Has Been Arrested on Child Pornography Charges

Jerry Harris, the Navarro College cheerleader who rose to fame on the popular Netflix docu-series Cheer and covered the Oscars red carpet for The Ellen Degeneres Show, has been arrested on child pornography charges, according to the Chicago Tribune. Here’s what we know.

What are the charges? Following a search of his home in Naperville Illinois on Monday, September 14, the 21-year-old was arrested on September 17 on one charge of production of child pornography. He’s accused of “soliciting pornographic videos and images of minors and soliciting sex from a 13-year-old victim at cheerleading competitions,” per the Tribune.

If convicted, the production of child pornography carries a sentencing minimum of 15 years in prison.

Earlier this week, a lawsuit in Texas was filed against Harris, per USA Today. “The FBI is conducting court-authorized law enforcement activity in the area,” Siobhan Johnson, FBI special agent and public affairs officer, told USA Today at the time, without further comment.

The criminal investigation is reportedly based on allegations brought by 14-year-old twin brothers who spoke with USA Today about “a pattern of harassment, both online and at cheer competitions, that started when they were 13 and Harris was 19.” 

Varsity Spirit, the leading cheerleading organization, sent letters to Texas and Florida police. On August 1, the company notified police regarding allegations of “inappropriate sexual contact by a person who was previously employed at Varsity Spirit.”

On Monday, September 14, Varsity spokeswoman Jackie Kennedy said the company “can’t comment on an active law enforcement investigation; we continue to cooperate with authorities in their inquiries on this matter.”

A spokesperson for Harris originally denied the allegations in a statement to Variety. “We categorically dispute the claims made against Jerry Harris, which are alleged to have occurred when he was a teenager,” the statement read on September 14. “We are confident that when the investigation is completed the true facts will be revealed.”

Netflix has not released an official statement. 

This post will be updated as more information becomes available.

Freeform’s 31 Nights of Halloween Movie Schedule Is Here

9:30-11 a.m. The Simpsons: Treehouse of Horror-thon

11 a.m. Twitches

1:05 p.m. Twitches Too

3:05 p.m. Beetlejuice

5:10 p.m. Hocus Pocus

7:20 p.m. The Addams Family (1991)

9:25 p.m. Addams Family Values

11:30 p.m. Gremlins

Monday, October 19

11 a.m. Matilda

1 p.m. Gremlins

3:30 p.m. Casper (1995)

5:30 p.m. The Addams Family (1991)

7:30 p.m. Addams Family Values

9:30 p.m. Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas

12 a.m. Matilda

Tuesday, October 20

11 a.m.  Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory

1 p.m. Casper (1995)

3 p.m. Sleepy Hollow (1999)

5:30 p.m. Ghostbusters (1984)

8 p.m. Ghostbusters II

12 a.m. Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory

Wednesday, October 21

11 a.m. Sleepy Hollow (1999)

1:30 p.m. Ghostbusters (1984)

4 p.m. Ghostbusters II

6:30-11 p.m. The Simpsons: Treehouse of Horror-thon

12-2 a.m. The Simpsons: Treehouse of Horror-thon

Thursday, October 22

11 a.m.  Tim Burton’s Corpse Bride

12:35 p.m. Jumanji (1995)

2:35 p.m. The Mummy (1999)

5:45 p.m. The Mummy Returns

8:55 p.m. Hocus Pocus

12 a.m. Tim Burton’s Corpse Bride

Friday, October 23

11 a.m. Jumanji (1995)

1:30 p.m. Scream

4 p.m. Scream 2

6:30 p.m. Beetlejuice

8:30 p.m. Sleepy Hollow (1999)

12-2 a.m. The Simpsons: Treehouse of Horror-thon

Saturday, October 24 

7 a.m. Decorating Disney: Halloween Magic

8 a.m. Halloweentown

10:05 a.m. Halloweentown II: Kalabar’s Revenge

12:05 p.m. Beetlejuice

2:10 p.m. Sleepy Hollow (1999)

4:40 p.m. Hocus Pocus

6:50 p.m. The Addams Family (1991)

8:55 p.m. Addams Family Values

11 p.m. Freeform Premiere Ghostbusters (2016)

Sunday, October 25

7 a.m. Tim Burton’s Corpse Bride

9 a.m. Ghostbusters (1984)

11:30 a.m. The Craft

2 p.m. The Addams Family (1991)

4:05 p.m. Addams Family Values

6:10 p.m. Ghostbusters (2016)

9:20 p.m. Hocus Pocus

11:30 p.m. The Craft

Monday, October 26

11 a.m. Tim Burton’s Corpse Bride

1 p.m. Casper (1995)

3 p.m. Twitches

5 p.m. Twitches Too

7 p.m. Hotel Transylvania 2

9 p.m. Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer Vacation

12-2 a.m. The Simpsons: Treehouse of Horror-thon

Tuesday, October 27

11 a.m. Casper (1995)

1 p.m. Scared Shrekless

1:30 p.m. Jumanji (1995)

4 p.m. Hotel Transylvania 2

6 p.m. Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer Vacation

8 p.m. Hocus Pocus

12-2 a.m. The Simpsons: Treehouse of Horror-thon

Wednesday, October 28

12 p.m. Jumanji (1995)

2:30 p.m. Tim Burton’s Corpse Bride

4:30 p.m. Matilda

6:30 p.m. Disney and Pixar’s Monsters, Inc.

8:30 p.m. Disney and Pixar’s Monsters University

12-2 a.m. The Simpsons: Treehouse of Horror-thon

Thursday, October 29

12 p.m. Ghostbusters (1984)

2:30 p.m. Ghostbusters II

5 p.m. Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas

6:30 p.m. Sleepy Hollow (1999)

9 p.m. Beetlejuice

12-2 a.m. The Simpsons: Treehouse of Horror-thon

Friday, October 30

11 a.m. Decorating Disney: Halloween Magic

12:05 p.m. Sleepy Hollow (1999)

2:35 p.m. Beetlejuice

4:40 p.m. Hocus Pocus

6:50 p.m. The Addams Family (1991)

8:55 p.m. Addams Family Values

12-2 a.m. The Simpsons: Treehouse of Horror-thon

Saturday, October 31

7 a.m. Twitches

9 a.m. Twitches Too

11 a.m.  Halloweentown

1 p.m. Halloweentown II: Kalabar’s Revenge

3 p.m. Hocus Pocus

5:10 p.m. The Addams Family (1991)

7:15 p.m. Addams Family Values

9:20 p.m. Hocus Pocus

11:30 p.m. Ghostbusters (1984)

Hailey Bieber Deactivates Twitter Amid Backlash for ‘Shading’ Selena Gomez With Justine Skye

Okay guys, this might be completely unrelated, but Hailey Bieber has deactivated her Twitter account amid accusations that she and singer Justine Skye “shaded” Selena Gomez during a workout video.

Confused? Allow me to fill you in. First, Justin Bieber was called out earlier this month for lip-syncing his ex-girlfriend’s name in the music video for Drake and DJ Khaled’s “Popstar.”

Then, per ELLE.com, many Gomez fans were convinced Hailey and Skye took a dig at the Rare Beauty mogul while working out to the song in a seemingly deleted Instagram video by Dog Pound fitness trainer Kevin Mejia. In the video, some fans swore they could hear Skye say, “Nobody says Selena.” Here’s the thing: I’ve watched the video about 20 times and can’t hear anything

As of today, September 17, Selena Gomez and Hailey Bieber haven’t said anything about the drama. However, on September 16, Bieber deactivated her Twitter account and Skye responded on Twitter. “I was tryna be nice but idc, you guys are fucking weird,” she wrote. “Stop searching for reasons to attack people [in] defense of your FAV. Especially if it’s completely inaccurate. Don’t y’all have homework to do or somethin.”

Unfortunately, this statement has not put an end to the outrage, with many Gomez fans flooding the replies.

This isn’t the only Gomez-Twitter drama this week. Demi Lovato’s fiancé, Max Ehrich, has also deactivated his account after some old tweets reportedly expressing interest in Gomez went viral. On September 13, Lovato put out a statement on Instagram Stories addressing the issue. “It’s really sad when people FAKE images to put women against each other. If women have conflict that’s between them NOT YOU,” she wrote. “Secondly, don’t y’all have more important shit to write about in 2020??? I challenge any tabloid that dares to type my name to mention Breonna Taylor and the fact that her murderers still haven’t been arrested. WRITE ABOUT THAT.”

It Took Divorce to Make My Marriage Equal

I stood in my dining room surrounded by toys and the remnants of dinner from the night before sticking to the bottom of my feet. In the kitchen, a bag of trash was tipped over, its innards strewn across the floor. In the living room, a week’s worth of laundry had been waiting two weeks to be folded.

It was 9:45am, and already I was exhausted. I’d come home at midnight the night before, only to have to wake up at 5am with my toddler son and then take him and his sister to school, before cleaning for the cleaning lady. I had four hours of childcare and two stories to write. My husband was at work; I was here with the mess.

I was 33, a mother of two, and bone tired. I didn’t want the laundry and chores to be the rest of my life. I didn’t want to always be drowning in work and childcare and housecleaning and dinner, bearing the brunt of the labor. I’d spent the past two years begging for help with the kids and housework, only to be told that I could just quit my job if it was all too much. “It’s not too much,” I’d said over and over. “It’s just not all my job.”

Standing in the dining room, overwhelmed with the weight of my life, I broke.

The next day, in couples therapy, I asked for a divorce.


Ten months before, I’d signed my first book contract. I signed the contract on my 33rd birthday, and it was a dream come true. I had spent 11 years writing three failed novels. One failed memoir. I’d attended an MFA program and then wrote a book proposal that hadn’t sold.

So, we had children and I spent five years as a stay-at-home mother, writing in the crevices of my life—the late nights and early mornings. I had tried to find a job, but in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, jobs for writers were hard to find and plus, I’d done them all—proofreader, editor of a taekwondo magazine, proposal writer, freelance columnist, marketing copywriter, college composition instructor, continuing education instructor teaching Word and Excel to people laid off during the recession.

We’d moved to Cedar Rapids for my husband’s dream job in 2005 and the plan was always that, eventually, we’d move for me. But each year passed and we never did. Once we had kids, even though his job was flexible and his boss was accommodating, I realized it would never be my turn. So I began freelancing like a maniac: sending late-night pitches to editors, conducting interviews while my whining toddler chased me around the park, leaving a trail of fruit snacks in his wake. I’d transcribe interviews and hear the echoes of Curious George in the background of the recordings.

Later, I got some bylines and then, after years of work, in 2016, everything changed. An article I wrote got the attention of a university press; they wanted a book. Months later, an editor at a different publishing house had been impressed by my writing and suggested a book based on a series I had written for the website Jezebel about motherhood and mythology.

In seven months, I had two book deals.

It would be a lot more work; I knew that. But we could make it work. He had achieved his dream. Now I would achieve mine. What I needed was just a little help. Getting it was harder than I’d expected.

Ours was not a new story. It’s the story of every heterosexual couple in America. Statistically, women do more childcare and more housework, and it’s only getting worse in a pandemic, when all the safety nets we used to fill in the gaps are gone. No more house cleaners or nannies. No more daycare or even normal school. No more aging parents helping us. Nothing but us and the yawning gap in equality between us.

Designer Tanya Taylor Debuts Clever NYFW Film Series to Encourage Voting

New York Fashion Week is typically about runway shows, celebrity front rows, peacocking street style stars, and what trends Zara will inevitably knock off. But—as we all know by now—2020 is far from an ordinary year. Amid a global pandemic, devastating consequences of climate change, the fight against racial injustice, and what’s probably the most vital presidential election most of us will see in our lifetime, many industries have undergone transformations to adapt for a more progressive future—including fashion.

This season at NYFW, several of the shows, presentations, and talks that take place were offered virtually for the first time. Designers were given the option to showcase their collections via live streams, film, and behind-the-scenes clips, allowing for unprecedented access. However, clothes weren’t the only thing designers decided to put on view. 

For example: This season, New York-based fashion brand Tanya Taylor opted forgo showing its SS21 collection, which will be revealed closer to the retail launch in February. Instead, the label is using its slot to debut a new video series entitled “Things That Take Longer Than Registering to Vote.” As the title indicates, the clips—created in partnership with Fashion Our Future, a campaign launched to increase political involvement among underrepresented communities through fashion—aim to raise voter awareness and engagement by showing just how quick it is to make sure you’re registered to vote. 

The first video will drop today at 12:30 p.m. ET on NYFW.com and opens with Taylor laying down some simple but important truths that served as the inspiration behind the series. “Watching a fashion show actually takes more time than registering to vote,” she says. “In fact, registering to vote only take two minutes, which is less time than most things you do every single day.”

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The video goes on to show a compilation of prominent and famous women capturing themselves doing entertainingly mundane tasks, all of which apparently take longer than making sure you’re able to cast a ballot on November 3. 

There’s Hillary Clinton playing catch with her dog, actors Stephanie Beatriz putting in her contacts and Mindy Kaling watering her plants, olympian Michelle Kwan making tea, and comedian Michelle Buteau folding laundry. Clever! The talent—all self shooting their own content—also includes Rosario Dawson, Iskra Lawrence,  Zosia Mamet, Sasheer Zamata, and more. Following its NYFW debut, the compilation video will be streamed on Taylor’s Instagram and individual clips will be posted by talent and rolled out on throughout the week. 

Evan Jonigkeit/Tanya Taylor

Courtesy of the brand

While New York Fashion Week went largely remote this season as way to adhere to social distancing guidelines, many were still expected to tune in. It’s this visibility that led to the series, says Tanya Taylor. “There are a lot of eyes on us during NYFW and I feel it’s my responsibility to use the platform I have within the industry to speak up and encourage positive change at such an important time in our lives.” 

Many of us are spending our days at home, but that doesn’t mean we’ve become completely inactive—our democracy depends on action. That’s why Taylor’s brand also updated its website to give visitors a quick and easy way to check their voter status, register to vote, and complete the census if they haven’t.  

When it comes to the future of fashion amid the chaos, Taylor is hopeful. “I think [it] will be more creative and thoughtful than what we’ve seen from the industry the past few years. What we’re doing and what I’m hearing a lot of other brands are doing is forgetting about industry-imposed rules and are instead embracing why they started their brands and what makes them unique.”

18 Celebrities Who Do Their Own Makeup

Just as we could all eat well if we had personal chefs, we could all resemble celebrities if we had on-call glam squads. You’ve had these thoughts before if you’re anything like us. Here’s the thing, though—some with the most beautiful famous faces actually do their own makeup much of the time. And they’ve got some serious skills in that area.

This makes complete sense when you think about it: When they were trying to break into the business of acting, singing, or modeling, they had to get themselves looking on point without help from big-name pros. They’ve probably wasted too many hours studying YouTube tutorials just like us. (Or at least we’ll keep telling ourselves that.) To provide fresh encouragement to the makeup lovers among you—and new motivation to keep taking your game to the next level—allow us to present 17 celebrities who do their own makeup masterfully.

Taylor Swift

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According to People, Swift reportedly not only did her own makeup for the 2020 ACMs, but hair as well. For the show, she ditched her signature red lip in favor of a subdued coral and what appears to be not much other makeup. For hair, Swift opted for a simple bun with loose bangs that show off her natural curls. She also reportedly did her own styling, opting for this gorgeous Stella McCartney top. 

Selena Gomez

To mark the launch of her beauty line, Rare Beauty, Selena Gomez appeared on Allures October 2020 issue. Since these are COVID times we’re living in, Sel did her own makeup with a little Zoom help from her longtime makeup artist Hung Vanngo. As it turns out, she’s got some serious skills, and looks absolutely beautiful with flushed cheeks and her signature red lips (and a full face of Rare Beauty, naturally). The singer, actress, and now entrepreneur also recently revealed some of her beauty tips and showed off her cat eye skills in a video for Vogue. 

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Kate Middleton Face Mask: We Found the Exact Floral Face Mask Worn by the Duchess

We’ve become accustomed to seeing celebrities in face coverings stateside, but the rules about wearing masks in public vary widely across the world. The Brits have been comparatively slow in adopting the measure, and only recently did England require people to wear face coverings in shops and markets. Luckily, Kate Middleton is leading by example, and she and her husband, Prince William, have taken to wearing face masks on summery outings—showing us that it’s a health measure we should all continue to take seriously.

A perfect fit.

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Kate Middleton’s face mask in question—a ditsy cotton floral—is from the London childrenswear brand Amaia, and the Duchess of Cambridge was spotted wearing it two days in a row. She was first snapped wearing the adorable face mask while volunteering at Baby Basics’s Sheffield center on August 4 and again while meeting residents at the Shire Hall Care Home, with the Duke. Amazingly, it’s still available for preorder below. 

Amaia Reusable Cotton Face Mask

Kate Middleton played off the pattern of her face mask by pairing it with a similar floral-printed shirtdress.

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In typical Middleton fashion, the royal styled her face mask with belted shirtdresses from some of her go-to female British designers. In the first instance, she wore a white silk midi from Suzannah and glittery Tabitha Simmons pumps, and then a baby blue floral number from Emilia Wickstead with lace-up rattan wedges. The duchess kept her jewelry minimal on both occasions, opting for a simple gold pendant and subtle hoop earrings. Even with a face mask, Middleton looked as regal as ever, and both her looks gave off perfect summery vibes. 

A vision in white

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Face masks are first and foremost worn to protect ourselves and others from contracting or passing on the virus, but there’s no harm in choosing one that matches your personal style—and we all know the Duchess has a soft spot for Peter Pan collars, stripes, and dainty florals, so her ditsy-printed face mask comes as no surprise.

Here she is in her Emilia Wickstead shirt dress with lace-up rattan wedges.

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Kate’s face mask of choice is currently on preorder from the U.K., so if you can’t get wait to get your hands on one, we found a ton of similar, affordable options (especially on Etsy!) you can add to cart now. Honestly, you might even want to stock up on more than one of these royal-approved prints since we’re expecting Kate to keep hers on regular rotation. 

Shop similar face masks below, and check out our comprehensive list of where to find the best face masks if you wear glasses, and for kids.

LittleBoatsDesigns Floral Face Mask

Evermineshop Floral Cotton Face Mask

Urban Outfitters Printed Reusable Face Mask

$12

Urban Outfitters

Le Superbe No Chella Face Coverings (2-Pack)

$26

Shopbop

Floral Cotton Face Mask

AnnieThornalley Liberty Floral Fabric Face Mask with Filter Pocket

MasterClass Review: How to Get a Membership for $1

Update: 9/8/20:

MasterClass never goes on sale, but we caught wind of a not-to-be-missed deal for college students. On September 17—for 24 hours only—college students with a working @.edu email (or proof of enrollment) can unlock a one-year subscription to the digital streaming platform for just $1 instead of the usual $180. Yes, $1. Why now, you ask? It’s supposed to be a pick-me-up for university students starting their fall term in the most unlikely and challenging of times.

Like we said: the promo will end at 11:59 p.m. on September 17, so if you—or a close friend or relative—have been eager to watch Serena Williams or Tan France show you what’s good, now’s the time to sign up. (Psst…it would make for a great gift idea if you’re already gearing up for holiday shopping.)

MasterClass Membership

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Original Story: 5/8/20

If you have an Instagram account, you’ve no doubt seen an ad for MasterClass on your feed in recent weeks. The online learning platform launched in 2015 with three instructors—and in the years since, it’s tapped nearly 100 celebrities and industry leaders to share expert courses through an exclusive membership. Admittedly, I’m not much of an online learner, but something about being holed up in an apartment with nowhere to go has me wanting to do something other than bake another loaf of banana bread or failing at puzzling. Just me?

MasterClass courses runs the gamut: lifestyle, politics, entertainment, fashion, design, and film. Each expert creates a virtual lesson plan, which shakes out to about 20 videos—all around 10 minutes each. The courses are billed as “classes that look like movies,” and the description is pretty spot on, if you take a sneak peek on Instagram or YouTube. From the lighting to the coloring to the editing, the overarching vibe is objectively cinematic, but the content is fed to you in popcorn-size portions.

Courses stretch over two to five hours, and you could technically binge-watch a whole series in a single sitting—though after months of quarantine, you might’ve learned that slow and steady wins the race. The clips are short and sweet; you can pause, skip, or rewind to your heart’s content (something you can’t do in an IRL class). Phones, tablets, and laptops work just fine as viewing devices, but if your eyes hurt from staring at tiny fonts all day, I highly recommend hooking up to your TV with an HDMI cable or a Roku to get the most out of the cinematic quality video. (MasterClass is also compatible with Apple TV and Amazon Firestick, FYI.)

About those experts…. MasterClass has you (virtually) face-to-face with everyone you’d want to invite to the imaginary dinner party of your dreams: Tan France, Serena Williams, Marc Jacobs, Margaret Atwood, Natalie Portman, Diane Von Furstenburg, Martin Scorcese, Anna Wintour, Gordon Ramsey, RuPaul, even Armin Van Buuren and Timbaland (!!). The list really does go on, so whether you’re into photography or cooking, politics or sports, you’ll find your niche here. Or maybe the opposite will happen, and you’ll find yourself piqued by ideas and stories outside your norm—arguably one of the few silver linings to quarantine at this point.

Brad Pitt’s Rumored 27-Year-Old GF Was Reportedly Asked Why She ‘Hates’ Angelina Jolie

Brad Pitt and German model Nicole Poturalski have yet to publicly comment on their rumored relationship—but her latest Instagram post is certainly fueling the conversation that the two are dating. (Yes, Poturalski still has a public account on Instagram, which totally makes sense for her career but less so when you’re allegedly dating one of the most famous men on the planet. )

Poturalski recently posted a shot of herself in an orange mini-dress with the caption, “Happy people dont [sic] hate 🧡🧡🧡.” This is a perfectly innocuous and positive message, but people started reading into it immediately; Poturalski even started replying to some of the comments. Entertainment Tonight reports one commenter wrote, “If so, then why you & Brad hate Angelina? Practice what you preach, girl.” Poturalski reportedly responded, “Not hating anyone.” 

But in scrolling through the comments, it appears that exchange has now been deleted. Poturalski addressed why she was deleting comments, saying, “I delete comments that are offending because nobody needs hater on theis page thats why its [sic] ciaaaaooo immediately.”

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Another commenter wrote, “Don’t get why ppl think that their opinion on someone elses relationship is RELEVANT & NEEDED. Save yrself some unneeded worry – stay out of OTHER ppls relationships. Especially since it’s NONE of yr business/not yr boyfriend/girlfriend!! Get a productive hobby and mind yr own business.” Brad Pitt is not referenced here by name—but Poturalski did respond, “🙏🏻🙏🏻.” Read into that what you will. 

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Pitt and Poturalski reportedly met through mutual friends over a year ago. “Brad and Nicole were introduced through friends, and when they first started seeing each other, they told no one about it. Even some of their inner circle of friends are only finding out now,” a source previously told Entertainment Tonight. “Brad has been very private about dating and now more than ever he doesn’t want to rock the boat with Angelina. He has been working so hard on making his coparenting run smoothly.”

Brad Pitt’s Rumored GF Was Reportedly Asked Why She ‘Hates’ Angelina Jolie

Brad Pitt and German model Nicole Poturalski have yet to publicly comment on their rumored relationship—but her latest Instagram post is certainly fueling the conversation that the two are dating. (Yes, Poturalski still has a public account on Instagram, which totally makes sense for her career but less so when you’re allegedly dating one of the most famous men on the planet.)

Poturalski recently posted a shot of herself in an orange mini-dress with the caption, “Happy people dont [sic] hate 🧡🧡🧡.” This is a perfectly innocuous and positive message, but people started reading into it immediately; Poturalski even started replying to some of the comments. Entertainment Tonight reports one commenter wrote, “If so, then why you & Brad hate Angelina? Practice what you preach, girl.” Poturalski reportedly responded, “Not hating anyone.” 

But in scrolling through the comments, it appears that exchange has now been deleted. Poturalski addressed why she was deleting comments, saying, “I delete comments that are offending because nobody needs hater on theis page thats why its [sic] ciaaaaooo immediately.”

Instagram/@Nico.Potur

Another commenter wrote, “Don’t get why ppl think that their opinion on someone elses relationship is RELEVANT & NEEDED. Save yrself some unneeded worry – stay out of OTHER ppls relationships. Especially since it’s NONE of yr business/not yr boyfriend/girlfriend!! Get a productive hobby and mind yr own business.” Brad Pitt is not referenced here by name—but Poturalski did respond, “🙏🏻🙏🏻.” Read into that what you will. 

Instagram/@Nico.Potur

Pitt and Poturalski reportedly met through mutual friends over a year ago. “Brad and Nicole were introduced through friends, and when they first started seeing each other, they told no one about it. Even some of their inner circle of friends are only finding out now,” a source previously told Entertainment Tonight. “Brad has been very private about dating and now more than ever he doesn’t want to rock the boat with Angelina. He has been working so hard on making his coparenting run smoothly.”