2020 Jaystation controversy
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The 2020 Jaystation controversy is an controversy that occurred between YouTuber Jason Ethiel (also known by his YouTube username, Jaystation) and his girlfriend, Alexia Morano.
The entire controversy was caused by Jason uploading a video lying about the fact that Alexia was dead from a car accident. The next day he uploaded a video where he pretends to talk to Alexia though a Ouija board. Many of his viewers found this suspicious. Days later Alexia uploaded a video on her own channel, which explained a long history of abuse and explained that Jason cared about his YouTube channel more than her.
- "'Death hoax' YouTuber charged with assault" (in en-GB). BBC News. 2020-02-05. https://www.bbc.com/news/entertainment-arts-51383361.
- "YouTuber JayStation arrested for assault after faking girlfriend's death" (in en). 2020-02-05. https://metro.co.uk/2020/02/05/youtuber-jaystation-arrested-assault-faking-girlfriends-death-bid-subscribers-12184528/.
- Harris, Margot. "The controversial YouTuber who faked his girlfriend's death has been arrested on a charge of assault with a weapon". https://www.insider.com/jaystation-arrested-weeks-after-faking-girlfriends-death-2020-2.