Aliyah Marie is one of the most popular influencers in Calabasas, Los Angeles, California. Her most popular videos concern fashion, clothes, bikinis, fun outfits, trendy hairstyles, makeup, parties, shopping, and her day-to-day attempts with family, friends, or partners.
She has more than 8.4 million followers on TikTok and 324 thousand followers on Instagram. Undoubtedly a very attractive profile for brands who continuously advertise with her. Despite all this, she stopped posting continuously for quite a while.
The beautiful influencer who ended up in prison
From one moment to the next, the 22-year-old influencer with dual nationality – Mexican and American – began to upload videos from a prison cell sneakily, and she revealed in subsequent videos what happened to her freedom. Much speculation immediately followed, but the assertions that it was all false, a mere strategy to make money, won the day.
In one of the films, barely 10 seconds long, we see her recording, lying on her bed, when she suddenly hears a voice in the distance and through loudspeakers that make her stumble to hide the cell phone. She later clarified that it was all about an offense she had committed in public.
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Why Aliyah Marie was jailed
“Guess I won’t be a hot girl this summer,” her recording reads as she dances while wearing a uniform.” Reminder not to pee in public when you’re drunk,” she added in another video while showing a uniform with the letters LA County.
In a message, she confirmed that she didn’t realize where she was going to the bathroom. She was on the second floor and felt like she was in a toilet, but due to some holes in the floor, all the urine started falling on the people downstairs.
For now, she has not revealed when this period of confinement happened, as in her social networks, she was already quite active again after a few days on hiatus. Although this crime only merits a fine of at least a thousand dollars, judges may consider them serious and give a few months or up to 16 years in prison, according to the law firm Lluis Law.