Jeff Wittek has been using his YouTube platform to deliver a multi-part documentary about losing his left eye. Last summer David Dobrik invited his vlog squad team to Utah to take part in excavator stunts in the middle of a lake. David was operating the tractor during an accident that resulted in multiple life-threatening injuries. After several surgeries, Jeff was hopeful that he could have normal functioning in his eye, but the final episode that debuted Friday night starts off with the heartbreaking revelation that he’s lost vision and movement in his left eye months after the accident.
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Jason Nash’s relationship status has turned into a bit of a side drama in the middle of the serious circumstances surrounding Vlog Squad members Durte Dom’s r*pe of a young woman in 2018. Jason, who is an older member of the Vlog Squad often seen right next to David Dobrik, stirred up old wounds when he called and messaged his ex Trisha Paytas. Trisha did not respond, and instead aired out his messages on her Frenemies podcast.
Friday morning Jeff Wittek uploaded a video simply titled “.” where he apologizes to SA victim Hannah for discrediting her in his now-deleted video “MY TRUTH.” He also explains that he’s can no longer see well out of his left eye and has lasting damage from the accident this past summer.
Monday night David Dobrik released a more direct and detailed apology on his main YouTube channel than the one he released last week on his less popular VIEWS channel after he lost his brand sponsors and partnerships. Is he being misleading in this more emotional apology?
Social media personality and former Vlog Squad member Jeff Wittek, who has recently defended himself against accusations from Trisha Paytas and other witnesses that he helped supply alcohol to girls under the drinking age the night that one of them was sexually assaulted by Durte Dom, sustained some injuries and bruises this summer. When he went on the Frenemies podcast this Sunday, Trisha Paytas brought up his eye injury, which he has willingly shared on social media. She asked if the injury happened as a result of filming content for Vlog Squad leader David Dobrik, but Jeff declined to comment about exactly how he got hurt.
The layers of Vlog Squad drama continue to unfold as Durte Dom (real name Dom Zeglaitis) speaks about his own experience in the David Dobrik-led powerful social media group that’s currently imploding. In the almost 15-minute video, Dom expresses his own opinions about David Dobrik, including his perspective on the Seth Francois situation. “Just because somebody might think they’re fine with it the first day … and then year later they’re not fine with it, doesn’t mean you can discredit them,” Dom points out.
Vlog Squad member Scotty Sire recently published a video, simply titled “Hi,” in defense of the group’s leader David Dobrik surrounding sexual assault allegations made by Seth Francois. He has since made a Notes App Twitter apology for the video, and taken it down.
Seth Francois is the latest former David Dobrik friend and Vlog Squad member to speak out about mistreatment during his time with the popular group. Seth has previously apologized and spoken out about his involvement in racist jokes and is now opening up about what he describes as “sexual assault,” when he was pranked into making out with Jason Nash without his consent.