Single mother who went viral for baking personal birthday cake claims ex-husband is ‘Scientologist’ who’s ‘out to destroy my life’

Single mother who went viral for baking personal birthday cake claims ex-husband is ‘Scientologist’ who’s ‘out to destroy my life’

The only mother who went viral for sobbing whereas making a cake for her birthday so her “infants could be completely happy” has entered right into a bitter back-and-forth along with her ex-husband, claiming he’s abusive and a member of the Church of Scientology.

Elizabeth Teckenbrock, 29, has launched a video rebutting her ex-husband Andrew Cormier, 37, after he spoke out claiming he has full custody of their youngsters, mentioning her previous fraud expenses and asserting she “barely is aware of her children.”

“Andrew has created TikTok’s, web sites, primarily the whole lot since I left him,” she claimed in a nine-minute lengthy follow-up video. 

Elizabeth Teckenbrock, 29, launched a nine-minutes video detailing her ex’s alleged abuse and claimed he was a member of the Church of Scientology. Instagram / morethanelizabeth

“I feel that it’s most likely the Scientologist side of his life… Getting out of a Scientologist mindset in a relationship just isn’t a superb factor or a simple factor.”

Teckenbrock alleges Cormier was “extraordinarily abusive” to her throughout their marriage and claims on the morning he posted the video exposing that he has custody of their youngsters and her previous arrest, he would “not destroy” her life if she deleted her social media accounts.

She claims to have deleted her accounts, including that she’s been “mentally not okay” since then. 

She then went into element alleging she does “see her youngsters.”

“I don’t not see my youngsters. I’m the one who hosts their birthday events. I’m the one who places them to mattress. I’m the one who does the whole lot till he pulls them away,” she claims.

Teckenbrock says the settlement she has with Cormier having custody of their youngsters is as a result of when she left him — allegedly “out of abuse”— she had “no sources, no cash” and he was employed as a physician. 

Andrew Cormier, 37, defined he has full custody of their youngsters after the video of her went viral. reInventingElizabeth/Tiktok

“He mentioned, ‘in the event you signal these papers, nothing will change on once you see them and I cannot smash you life. I’ll depart you alone,’” she claims her ex proposed. 

A tearful Teckenbrock claims she did whereas in a “mentally dangerous state.”

She adamantly explains Cormier just isn’t nor has he been abusive to their youngsters and would “by no means damage them.”

She then went into the occasions main as much as the unique viral video of her crying whereas making a cake. 

Teckenbrock alleges Cormier was “extraordinarily abusive” to her throughout their marriage. Instagram / morethanelizabeth

Teckenbrock then shifts to say Cormier allegedly has restraining orders out in opposition to him by different girls.

“As an alternative you see the whole lot you seemed me up, which is actually coming from one man who’s out to destroy my life,” she says. “That’s within the nature of being a Scientologist. That’s what they do and in the event you knew something about them, you’ll know that.”

The mom of two then admits she’s not a “excellent particular person” or “mother” and says after her divorce, she went out ingesting with pals as a result of she felt “trapped in an abusive marriage” earlier than they separated. 

She then claims once more that he allegedly didn’t like the eye she was getting from her video and went on the assault to show her. 

Teckenbrock alleged that her ex has restraining orders out in opposition to him by different girls. TikTok / @morethanelizabeth

“I cried on my birthday, and that was just like the saddest factor as a result of he wouldn’t enable my daughters to return over,” she mentioned.

“I’ve tried for 3 years to not expose him on the web. To not discuss who he’s as a result of as a mom, that’s the proper factor to do.”

Teckenbrock claims her household and pals suggested her to “come ahead” about her ex.

“Since I’ve been 16-years-old and have become a mom, I’ve devoted my life and my time to being a mother… however there has by no means been a time that my youngsters have been unsafe in my care,” she mentioned, once more admitting she has gone out with pals prior to now whereas being a mom.

“I’ve by no means damage my youngsters or put them in any state of affairs of hazard.”

She claims a 12 months earlier than leaving Cormier, she “went into psychosis from excessive trauma” and alleges throughout that point, her ex turned “each single particular person” in her life in opposition to her.

“Except you’ve been in a state of affairs with somebody of abuse, psychological, bodily, it doesn’t matter. You don’t even perceive what comes together with that,” she mentioned.

“What’s going on just isn’t proper. Me getting loss of life threats once I keep dwelling with my children day by day, just isn’t proper as a result of a person that I left will all the time attempt to destroy my life. Eternally,” Teckenbrock mentioned whereas breaking down in tears.

Cormier responded to the claims saying he’s not a Scientologist. X/@TaraBull808

She then posted a stop and desist letter from her attorneys filed in Florida in opposition to Cormier.

Cormier has responded to Teckenbrock’s claims saying he’s not a Scientologist and didn’t create the web site.

He mentioned within the coming days he might be posting “straight info” to rebuttal all of the claims she has made in opposition to him.

The mom has admitted to previous errors, together with an arrest for fraud confirmed by the Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Workplace.

Teckenbrock’s TikTok account, the place she posted the unique viral video, has been deactivated.

Nonetheless, her Instagram account stays lively.

An internet site has additionally appeared on-line with Teckenbrock’s mugshot and arrest historical past, however claims to be “Only a few of her followers researching their favourite Public Determine & movie star!”

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