It's the latest social media trend: pranking your other half on camera and uploading it on the internet for all to see. But experts warn these videos could
While many of the social media stars known for posting these videos say they are set up stunts done with their partners' consent, experts from relationship charities have expressed concern that abuse could be going on when the camera stops rolling.
Instagram Brad often 'pranks' his partner on social media for likes Putting chilli seeds on his girlfriend's tampon Brad, 27, is well-known for his videos that show him 'pranking' his now-fiancé Jenny, and has over 250,000 subscribers to his YouTube account.
Brad filmed himself rubbing chilli on his girlfriend's tampon The video showed Brad brandishing a red chilli, before rubbing the seeds on his partner's tampon.
Influencer Slaiman regularly posts videos that show him upsetting his girlfriend Katie In one video with three million views, the pair are sat in the car while Slaiman calls her "ugly", questions why he is "the bad guy in the situation" and films her crying as she begs him to stop.
Instagram Katie and Slaiman say their videos are consensual Cruel prank by YouTuber Slaiman calling his girlfriend ugly 'Cruel and abusive' Experts such as Ammanda say they have concerns about the rise of cloutlighting, noting the videos are clearly "abusive" as well as being "cruel".