Alexis Frulling Had the Best Response to Trolls Attacking Her for Viral Threesome

After a photo of her having a threesome went viral, Alexis thoroughly owned the situation.

Paul Tamburroby Paul Tamburro

Alexis Frulling found herself becoming the subject of online abuse after an image of her taking part in a threesome with two male friends was published online. The image, which was circulated on Reddit, led to Frulling’s real name being discovered and circulated, and she’s had a pretty unique (and downright awesome) reaction to the ensuing debacle. 

While it would have been firmly understandable for Frulling to back away from the Internet given the heinous abuse she was receiving at the hands of online trolls, instead she has posted a YouTube video addressing the subject in the best way possible. Completely owning her involvement in the viral photo – which was taken during Calgary’s annual Stampede festival – Frulling proceeds to address those who have criticized her, saying she’s not “proud of it, but not ashamed.” 

Taking a big bite of a cucumber, she adds: “In my next video, I’m going to teach you how to suck a mean dick.” 

You keep doing you, Alexis.

The video has inevitably attracted a ton of criticism, but here’s the thing: what did those flooding her with abuse over the ‘net want her to do in this situation? Are they upset that rather than having a meltdown, she instead completely turned the situation to her own advantage? 

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Speaking to VICE, she said: “I thought “this is f***ing stupid. I’m not going to have all of these people hating on me.” So I was like, “You know what, it was me”, I don’t see why I should get bashed for it when the guys don’t get bashed.”