YouTube Star Gets Wrongly Accused of Gay Sex While Filming a Video

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Popular YouTuber PewDiePie, whose real name is Felix Kjellberg, is the first YouTube star to surpass 10 billion views. He was also kicked out of his home in the UK last week when his landlord accused him of having loud gay sex, according to Pink News.

Kjellberg was filming a video for his channel when his landlord, who he had not met previously, came to the door and wrongly accused the YouTuber of having gay sex, calling him a “faggot.”

He was then evicted, receiving a formal noise complaint only after being kicked out of his home in Brighton.

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Kjellberg expressed his feelings on the confrontation to his Twitter fans:

“To be clear: I made a video, landlord thought I was having gay sex. Comes down to call us faggots. Next day evicted w/o previous notice” he wrote.

Another read, “Was planning to fight against the situation, but honestly happy to just move far away from that guy. Got more important shit to deal with.”

Kjellberg also posted a seven minute video that included a portion of the exchange with the landlord.
The YouTuber had the resources to find a new home quickly, Pink News Reports.

Though Brighton is considered to be gay friendly, Kjellberg expressed how hard it is to find places to live in the city. He said if anyone else were put in a similar situation, they could potentially find themselves homeless.


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