Myka Stauffer Breaks Silence to "Debunk" Rumors on "Rehoming" Her Adopted Son Huxley
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YouTuber Myka Stauffer broke her silence after "rehomed" her adopted son Huxley, who is autistic.
Myka apologized for the "confusion" and "exposed" rumors.
YouTubers Myka and James Stauffer recently came under fire for revealing that they had "rehomed" their son Huxley almost three years after he was adopted from China. The couple have remained fairly calm given the backlash, but Myka has just broken their silence in a new Instagram.
"I would first like to apologize for the turmoil and take full responsibility for all of the injuries I have caused," she wrote. "This decision broke the heart of so many people and I am sorry that I abandoned so many women who looked up to me as a mother. I am sorry for the confusion and pain I caused and I'm sorry I couldn't tell my story from the start. I could never have predicted that the private incidents would ever happen, and I did my best to control the most difficult thing I've ever done went through. "
She continued with an apology:
“I apologize for being so naive at the start of the adoption process that I was not selective or fully equipped or prepared. I received online video training at home for a day and received my Hague adoption certificate, which was requested by my accredited adoption agency. For me, I needed more training. I can't say I wish this never happened because I'm still so glad Huxley is here and getting all the help he needs. I also know that although he is happier and better in his new home, he has still had trauma and I am sorry, no adopted person deserves trauma. I wanted to help so much that I was ready to take home any child who needed me. I was naive, stupid and arrogant for that. "
Myka "exposed" some rumors and said, "We have not adopted a child to achieve prosperity." While we received a small portion of the money from videos with Huxley and his trip, every penny and more went back into his care. It was very expensive to give Huxley the care and service he needed, and we made sure he got every service and resource we could possibly find. Second, we are not examined. I hope to tell more of my side of the story soon. Finally, I'm so sorry I let you down. I would also like to mention that mothers need a safe place to ask for help when they have problems. No questions asked. "
She ended the post by saying that she loves Huxley and prays that he has the "best" future. She had previously told fans that Huxley "is thriving, he is happy, he is really well, and his new mother is a medical professional and it fits very well." On June 3rd, E! News reported that the Delaware County sheriff's office had received "multiple welfare requests" from Huxley, and a "welfare check-up" was initiated while he was "not missing." The representative of the Office made the following statement:
“Our main concern is the well-being of this child and the other children in the household. Our investigation is ongoing and involves contact with all children to ensure their safety. All adoption cases are confidential and must go through a thorough process with specific requirements and protective measures. The same legal requirements apply to private adoptions, which must be complied with. This includes home studies and background reviews of the adoptive parents. In this case, we are confident that the corresponding process will take place. "
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