As many fans of Twitch and YouTube streams will know, Dalas Review is a Spanish YouTuber who has over 10 million subscribers on the site and is known for his controversial content, often involving clashes with other content creators. So much so, that he is considered by many people in the community as one of the most hated Internet figures, and has also been accused of cyberbullying on several occasions and taken to trial accused of, for example, sexual abuse.
In the latest development, Dalas has been ordered to pay €12,000 in damages to her ex-partner’s father, Miare, who is also a well-known Spanish content creator. The court found that Dalas had violated the father’s right to honor and image by posting defamatory videos about him, accusing the father of abuse and other crimes, which the court found false.
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In addition to paying damages, Dalas has been ordered to remove the videos from his YouTube channel. He has also been ordered to post a rectification apologizing to the father and also to read the sentence for a month on his main YouTube channel, at least once a week. As indicated in the court ruling, “Without a doubt, it is difficult to understand that no one with average intelligence can think that with the excuse of freedom of expression, all this series of insults recognized as such by the RAE can be manifested, to freely manifest them on social networks, without the recipient feeling attacked and the system not reacting”.
Judgment that has been celebrated by Miare herself, who published a screenshot of the news on her Twitter account, saying: “Whoever is going to accuse women who report their experiences of abuse of making it all up, has been sentenced for making up that my father is an abuser. It turns out that the one with the false accusations was him all along!
Dalas’s behavior has drawn criticism from many people, including other YouTubers. Some have called for him to be banned from the platform. However, Dalas is still a popular YouTuber and continues to post new videos, which will surely continue to happen as he maintains a large, forgiving following.
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