For those worried about poor Jessica, who was just kicked out of her house, don’t worry, because the video isn’t actually real. The video has been reposted multiple times since it originated, giving it an authentic mid-00s vibe with the quality of the reposts.
The entire video is actually a sketch, created by Ronnie Miller, a budding comedian influencer with an Instagram following of 60,200 and 18,900 on TikTok.
She initially shared the sketch on Instagram, where it’s received almost 700,000 views.
“I hate me mum. Performed with my comedy bff @notkatrinaa,” Ronnie captioned the video. “Hey btw this is fake Katrina is not my mom and I haven’t been in high school for a long time. We were just goofing around and improvising so please don’t spend your time arguing with each other. Do something more worthy of your time like getting a really good donut, or volunteering at an animal shelter, or listening to whatever Brené Brown has to say. Thanks.”
The video was actually made over a year ago on Jan. 10, 2019, and is just now circulating rapidly.
Most of the comments on the video are recent, with reactions ranging from surprise to relief that it’s fake.
“I’m so happy this is a skit lol I felt so bad for you,” one user commented, while another said, “It’s so disappointing to find out that this didn’t actually happen.”
There is actually a teacher named Mr. Wilson who was arrested for having an affair with a student, according to Daily Mail, but the two are completely unrelated.
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