The controversial parents of a YouTube pranking channel were sentenced in a Frederick County, Maryland Circuit Court on Monday. Find out the conditions and length of the probation for Heather and Mike Martin who went to vicious lengths to “prank” their own kids for YouTube views.
Earlier this year DaddyoFive’s Mike and Heather Martin lost custody of two of their kids, Cody and Emma, over incidents involving their popular prank channel. It’s now been revealed that the consequences for their emotionally and physically damaging prank videos do not end there. Both Mike and Heather were charged with two counts of child […]
DaddyOFive and MommyOFive returned to YouTube almost two weeks ago, but new records reveal that their return to vlogging coincides with a violation of a protective order and multiple threats on the live of his ex-wife Rose Hall and her family. Rose Hall is the mother of DaddyOFive Mike Martin’s two younger children Emma and Cody, who bore the brunt of the physical and emotional abuse during their infamous prank videos. She received custody of the two kids a few months ago after news of the the channel’s antics became known on a broader scale in the media.
This past April a scandal erupted over the “prank” videos on the channels DaddyOFive and MommyOFive (Mike and Heather Martin) that showed was appeared to be severe emotional child abuse. The YouTubecommunity sparked outrage over the situation and even helped raised money for the young two kids’ mother Rose to get custody awarded back to her. The oldest three boys are Heather’s children and are still in the home. For a while it was unclear if the family would ever make videos again, and if they were going to lose custody of the other three children. Heather uploaded a video late Sunday evening announcing that the family’s videos were coming back.
Two parents who received backlash over videos they posted to their popular YouTube channels featuring vicious pranks against their own children have temporarily lost custody of two kids. Michael and Heather Martin received hundreds of thousands of views for the videos posted to their YouTube channels “DaddyOFive” and “MommyOFive.” But things came undone quickly after […]