Heather Sparkles is a grown adult woman who insists on airing her dirty laundry about her divorce to the internet, using her online following as a hugbox and personal army to defend her against her meanie husband (who is trying to repair their marriage) and all of her friends and family (who are only on husband's side because they hate her
and are trying to manipulate her). She has been publicly melting down since October 2018.
Heather Sparkles is a 28-year-old vintage toy collector on Instagram and YouTube. She has 21k subscribers on YouTube and had 9k followers on Instagram, before she deleted it (Instagram is now back up). She posts pictures/videos of her toy collection, films herself talking about them, does toy reviews of modern toys that companies send her, and generally has an innocent, drama-free existence on the internet, albeit a pretty childish one. That is, until these past few months, as she's decided she's been living a lie and now is "dropping the act." She's been uploading more lifestyle content as of late, which some of her subscribers (likely children just trying to watch videos about toys) are not taking well to. She has responded to the negativity by removing individual comments, turning off comments on certain videos, removing videos after hours of being online, declaring she's taking a break from social media for her mental health (and then returning less than a week later), venting on snapchat, and deleting her social media accounts. She has also radically changed her style in a matter of weeks, going from frumpy pastel "fairy-kei" to even frumpier black and gray normie clothes, and back again. This meltdown seems to stem from her divorce from her husband Adam, which she announced first on snapchat (and then deleted within a few hours).
She has stated in many videos that she has no friends in real life (despite evidence to the contrary) and that she treats online interactions as friendships. Her desperate pleas for attention across her social media platforms attest to her social ineptitude and her dire need for face-to-face human interaction, rather than the shallow conversations and compliments she seeks on the internet to shield herself from the reality of her divorce.
Here's a list of things she's done that were either cringey, funny, or related to her meltdown.
>Mentions "big changes" and "dark times" in her videos for months, never gets into specificsPost too long. Click here to view the full text.