TikTok couple with 500,000 followers discovers person b

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A famous TikTok couple who were left ‘creepy’ after receiving dozens of anonymous gifts at their home address, accompanied by the message ‘I’ll always win’, found that the fan who sent the baseless items was their own friend and page moderator on the Tonight’s catfish UK.

Cole, 29, and Abbie, 31, from Dunfries, Scotland, started making TikTok videos under the username cole_abbie in lockdown and have since amassed nearly a million followers.

But as their success grew, people started fan pages for the couple, with the couple – who have two children together – receiving messages from a fan in love making them uncomfortable.

Cole, 29, and Abbie, 31, from Dunfries, Scotland started making TikTok videos under the username cole_abbie in lockdown and have since garnered nearly a million followers.

Afraid of the overly personal gifts, the couple – who also run a barber shop – asked Catfish hosts Julie Adenuga and journalist and author Oobah Butler for help in finding the fan.

‘Recently we got some really creepy gifts from an anonymous fan page, there have been so many lately, including big bunches of flowers, balloons, pictures with our wedding day pictures,’ Abbie explained to Julie and Oobah.

“They know where we’re staying, but who to do, do they know – do they know us?” she added.

“I see a little bit of my wife disappear every day, and they don’t leave a trace that they haven’t stumbled upon once,” she continued.

A famous TikTok couple who were left 'creepy' after receiving dozens of anonymous gifts at their home address, accompanied by the message 'I'll always win', found that the fan who sent the baseless items was their own friend and page moderator on the Tonight's catfish UK.

A famous TikTok couple who were left ‘creepy’ after receiving dozens of anonymous gifts at their home address, accompanied by the message ‘I’ll always win’, found that the fan who sent the baseless items was their own friend and page moderator on the Tonight’s catfish UK.

“It might seem nice to get presents,” Cole added, “but if it comes to your home address with a note that says’ ‘will always win,’ that’s no fun.

“The whole thing is starting to drive me crazy, it’s taking its toll on our marriage, I’m a breaking point.”

‘We have no idea who is sending these gifts, they literally leave us without a trace. It’s killing me ‘.

Determined to help find the follower, Oobah and Julie researched the fan page, but soon discovered it was a dead end.

Afraid of the overly personal gifts, the couple - who also run a barbershop - asked Catfish hostess Julie Adenuga and journalist and author Oobah Butler for help finding the fan.

Afraid of the overly personal gifts, the couple – who also run a barbershop – asked Catfish hostess Julie Adenuga and journalist and author Oobah Butler for help finding the fan.

The profile photo for the fan page was a portrait of Abbie and Cole that they never shared online, leading the hosts to believe it must be someone they know.

‘It has 268 followers and no bio, usually we have a lot to do but we have nothing here. We can’t reverse the image search, ”Julie said.

The pair then met Cole’s brother Ben, who had said he was jealous of his sister’s success, and their store manager Marcus, who said they get 30 gifts from fans every day.

“We’ve had a fight about it before, Dumfries is a small place and it falls back on me, people are talking,” he explained.

The profile photo for the fan page was a portrait of Abbie and Cole that they never shared online, leading the hosts to believe it must be someone they know.

The profile photo for the fan page was a portrait of Abbie and Cole that they never shared online, leading the hosts to believe it must be someone they know.

“What they do is very tight, it hurts me, and I don’t want them to get hurt, I’m just trying to be protective,” he added.

“I would like to be internet famous, my videos make me feel good, so I would like to make other people feel good,” he continued.

Marcus explained that the pair have moderators who help remove troll comments, with Julie and Oobah deciding to reach out to them for help.

The hosts then contacted Cole and Abbie who relayed the details of their moderators, after explaining that they had received another ‘I will always win’ note at their house.

But as their success grew, people started fan pages for the couple, with the couple - who have two children together - receiving messages from a fan in love making them uncomfortable.

But as their success grew, people started fan pages for the couple, with the couple – who have two children together – receiving messages from a fan in love making them uncomfortable.

“My nerves are shattered, the gifts are more and more common,” added Cole.

Oobah also warned the couple to be more careful, saying the couple was able to quickly decipher their address from video footage outside their home.

“If it’s someone we know, that’s the worst case scenario,” Abbie explained. “If it’s someone we trusted, if we put everything, our lives, our children in their hands, my trust would be gone.”

While chatting with the couple, Oobah got a call from one of the moderators named Nicky who said she would meet them the next day.

But when the group arrives at her house, she’s not there, and Oobah received a message from the fan page that the catfish would reveal itself the next day.

Meeting on the dock, the pair discovers the person behind the gifts in Nicky on their shot.

“Nicky, we can’t be here because you’re the catfish,” Abbie says incredulously. “We trusted you!”

“You saw what Cole went through and yet we are here! Why?’ she added. “Whatever possible reason there could be, we suspected everyone, her own brother, our whole family, but all along it was you, our friend,” she added in shock.

“I’m sorry, I didn’t mean to get that far,” Nicky explained. “You always said you didn’t want anything, and you couldn’t stop me from sending gifts from that account.

Hosted by radio and TV presenter Julie Adenuga and journalist and author Oobah Butler, Catfish UK helps hopefuls in love every week to get to the bottom of their online relationships and discover the truth of who they've been talking to.  On tonight's episode, the hosts even reached out to Nev for help, with the expert internet detective saying Jasmin was showing all the signs of a classic catfish (pictured)

Hosted by radio and TV presenter Julie Adenuga and journalist and author Oobah Butler, Catfish UK helps hopefuls in love every week to get to the bottom of their online relationships and discover the truth of who they’ve been talking to. On tonight’s episode, the hosts even reached out to Nev for help, with the expert internet detective saying Jasmin was showing all the signs of a classic catfish (pictured)

‘I just wanted to give you love and support and make you smile, it was never meant to be anything other than that.

‘I never intended it to be like this. It was never meant to get closer.

Explaining the ‘I will always win’ message, she continued, ‘I enjoy helping people, not just Cole and Abbie, but others as well. So when people argue with me, I say, “I’ll always win.” I now see how it could make them feel uncomfortable.

“It came too much towards the end when Cole was really struggling, I didn’t know how to tell them,” she added.

Despite their shock, Cole added that she felt “ disclosed ” because the gifts did not come from malice.

Two months after filming, the couple said they were in ‘the best position possible’ in their marriage and that they have forgiven Nicky.

Nicky said she “felt good” and their friendship was “better than ever.”

“I know I can be myself, I don’t have to be anyone else,” she added.

Catfish UK airs Wednesdays at 9pm on MTV

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