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Parenting advice YouTuber Ruby Franke pleads guilty to child abuse

Parenting advice YouTuber Ruby Franke pleads guilty to child abuse
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Former family vlogger Ruby Franke pleaded guilty on Monday to four counts of second-degree aggravated child abuse, according to video footage of the hearing uploaded to YouTube.

The mother-of-six, from Utah, in the US, known to her nearly 2.3 million YouTube followers for the now-removed family channel “8 Passengers”, was charged in September with six counts of felony child abuse.

She and her business partner, Jodi Hildebrandt, were arrested in August after police found one of Franke’s children with open wounds after escaping from Hildebrandt’s home.

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Another one of her children was found in a similar malnourished condition at Hildebrandt’s home.

Franke appeared in court Monday to accept the plea deal in Washington County, Utah.

Her sentencing is scheduled for February 20.

“With my deepest regret and sorrow for my family and my children, guilty,” Franke is heard saying in the video from court, her voice shaking as she pleaded guilty to the fourth charge.

Parenting advice YouTuber Ruby Franke. Credit: Instagram / @moms_of_truth

LaMar Winward, Franke’s attorney, did not immediately respond to requests for comment made by NBC News.

The law firm representing Franke released a statement on Friday ahead of the expected plea, saying their client is “working with the prosecutor’s office and anticipates resolving this matter quickly by entering a plea agreement”.

Franke, who has been held without bail since her arrest, is pursuing “personal growth and rehabilitation” by apologising to and trying to reconcile with members of her family, according to the law firm’s statement.

The prominent child abuse case quickly became an internet spectacle last autumn as it captivated online audiences and inspired a flurry of non-expert takes across social media, including videos analysing Franke’s old content looking for missed warning signs.

It also highlighted the lack of legal protections nationwide for child influencers, an issue that has plagued the creator industry ever since family vlog content took off in popularity over the past decade.

Franke often collaborated on parenting and relationship advice videos with Hildebrandt for Hildebrandt’s life coaching service ConneXions, which has been criticised for its extreme teachings.

Former clients told NBC News that the program pathologised patients’ behaviours as evidence of various addictions and encouraged people to cut off those who didn’t live by its teachings.

In Friday’s statement, lawyers for Franke said Hildebrandt “systematically isolated” Franke from her family over a prolonged period of time, which caused her to adopt a “distorted sense of morality” under Hildebrandt’s influence.

“Initially, Ms Franke believed that Jodi Hildebrant had the insight to offer a path to continual improvement,” the statement read.

“Ms Hildebrant took advantage of this quest and twisted it into something heinous.”

Hildebrandt and her lawyer did not immediately respond to a request for comment on Monday.

Franke’s husband, Kevin Franke, filed for divorce from the family vlogger in November.

His attorney, Randy Kester, told TODAY.com in October that the couple had been separated for 13 months “at Ruby’s directive”.

“Kevin did not want to be separated,” Kester had said.

“He wanted to work through concerns as a family.

“There was never any formal, written decree of separate maintenance or separation agreement.

“The separation was under terms proscribed by Ruby and Jodi Hildebrandt.”

Lawyers for Franke said in Friday’s statement that she is “devastated” by news of the divorce filing, but that she understands his reasoning and respects his decision.

The statement also noted that she has offered her “full cooperation” to help reunite their children with Kevin Franke.

Kester did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

Before her arrest this year, Franke had been under fire for her now-deleted parenting vlogs.

Viewers had accused Franke and her husband of being abusive for years.

Their channel “8 Passengers” vlogged their parenting style as their six children grew up in Utah, in the US.

The parents, members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, also shared their kids’ home-schooling.

Local child protective services were reportedly called in June 2020 after a Change.org petition called on the family to be investigated, citing an example from a now-deleted video that showed her teenage son sharing that he’d slept on a beanbag for seven months as a punishment for behavioural issues.

“It is our firm belief that Ms Franke is a devoted mother who, unfortunately, was led astray,” her firm said in its Friday statement, referencing the impact of Hildebrandt’s alleged influence.

“She is sincere in her commitment to securing the best possible future for her family, and we remain hopeful that, with the right support and understanding, she can navigate a path of healing and growth.”

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