US news today: Youtuber Myka Stauffer faces backlash for 'rehoming' 4-year-old adopted Chinese son with autism
US news today May 29: Myka Stauffer revelation of "rehoming" her adopted son instantly sparked backlash on social media. Meanwhile, the demanding of investigation after a Pennsylvania lawmaker positive for nCoV, Amazon.com's down, Cameron Boyce's Mom Breaks Down in Tears on the late star birthday, US sends another warship to challenge China also make headlines today (May 29).
Myka Stauffer and her 4-year-old adopted son (Photo: New York Post)
Youtuber Myka Stauffer faces backlash for 'rehoming' 4-year-old adopted Chinese son with autism
Stauffer, a mother of four other children with over 75 million views and 717,000 subscribers on YouTube, revealed in a video that her son Huxley has a new "forever family" that's better equipped to handle his special needs more than two years after she and her husband adopted him, according to USA Today.
"With international adoption, sometimes there are unknowns and things that are not transparent on files," her husband James Stauffer, 34, said in Tuesday's video. "Once Huxley came home, there was a lot more special needs that we weren't aware of, and that we were not told."
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