A woman who adopted a special needs child and made money with a documentary now admits she has dumped the boy off onto others now that the film is done.
Youtube videographer Myka Stauffer spent the three years making money and gaining fame from her adoption of a Chinese infant with autism. She spent several years producing video after video to highlight the difficulties of adopting and raising a child with special needs.
After a year or so, Stauffer began gaining traction with her documentary-styled channel and earned hundreds of thousands of followers. She also began finding high-dollar sponsors for her efforts.
Parade magazine even hired her to write a long article about her experiences.
Stauffer claimed that adopting a special needs child was daunting.
“But as we let the idea soak in, God softened our hearts,” she wrote in the Parade article. “Before we knew it, we were open to almost every special needs in the book.”
Stauffer continued gaining fans, influence, and money from 2017 through 2019, but suddenly, after September of last year, her videos with the child stopped.
Despite that her videos with the child disappeared, Stauffer continued to gain influence and make money, and appearances.
But People began getting curious about the sudden disappearance o the child’s story. After Buzzfeed poked into the story, Stauffer finally admitted that despite three years of making money off her story, she and her husband had dumped the child on someone else.
“After multiple assessments, after multiple evaluations, numerous medical professionals have felt that he needed a different fit in his medical needs, he needed more,” Stauffer has now admitted.
She added that she never told her fans for “legal” reasons. However, she did not explain what those reasons are.
“We saw that in family time with other people, he constantly choose [sic] them and signed and showed tons of emotion to show us and let us know he wanted this,” she claimed, adding that Huxley was now with “the perfect match” family and that they would always love him.
Uh, huh. Right.
So, Stauffer spends three years making money off this child and claimed that he was a blessing in her life… only to dump him on someone else when she gets bored making the videos?
Wow. Just wow.
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