11:59 AM Dec 30, 2022 EST Edited: 11:59 AM Dec 30, 2022 EST

Camryn Turner is a YouTuber and a TikToker who goes by the name, Cam&Fam and camandfamyt, respectively. She was married to Landon Clifford. They have made many videos together until his suicide death back in the summer of 2020.

Recently, Camryn claims she has been a victim of domestic violence and emotional abuse, at the hands of Landon. I believe her because he was caught on camera insulting her.

Just in case you can't read the text from Camryn, it says "What people don't understand about abusive relationships is that, it's not like one day they just start hitting you. For years before that, they will bring you down and make you feel like no one else could love you. Pointing out every flaw. By the time things get bad you feel so horrible and worthless that you think you deserve it." Yeah. That's how gaslighting works. A lot of the times, it will lead to DV from the gaslighter.

Under normal circumstances, a boyfriend wouldn't just willy-nilly call his girlfriend fat out of nowhere, especially on camera. For him to say that to her means he feels entitled to insult her on something many women feel insecure about, which leads to me wondering what goes on when the camera is turned off.

She kinds of vaguely talks about the abusive relationship, in this video:

She mentions that Landon has always had drinking and drug problems(which was a big factor in his suicide) so she doesn't put 100 percent of the blame on him.

She says she still loves him because he is an amazing father and that there were amazing times between the two. That's the thing. We shouldn't judge a relationship, based on the good times, but also the bad times. If a man commits violence against his girlfriend or wife, that throws every good time they've had together, out the window, in my book.

A lot of the comments on her video were not helpful. Some of them were blaming her. Some of them were angry at Camryn for somehow slandering Landon, after he died. Just because someone has died, it doesn't mean we should excuse their bad morals when they were alive. Besides, it's not like he can be charged with anything.