Put a bunch of social media influencers in a house, and you can almost guarantee some drama. However, we weren't really expecting the Hype House to begin spiraling so fast. Not only is an originating member filing a lawsuit, but she just dropped a YouTube video detailing her experience.
There's trouble in paradise, and like everything else, we anticipate it all unfolding on social media. Check it out.
Now Daisy Keech is filing a lawsuit against her former Hype House members and making a YouTube video.
The cofounder of the social house posted a video to YouTube detailing why her days with The Hype House have ended. She began the video by explaining that along with her longtime friends Thomas Petrou and Chase Hudson, she had the idea for the house and asked for a $18K investment. However, while she invested, she didn't feel represented or heard.
"A trend that I’m starting to notice is he loves to have power," she said in the video. "He loves to be able to tell people what to do, when to do it and how to do it. It started to feel like a f*cking dictatorship in this house. In a house that he barely even paid for."
After Keech became angry following walking into a video shoot that she wasn't made aware of, she claims that Thomas unfollowed and blocked her on all Hype House social accounts and encouraged other members to do the same. In turn, she filed a lawsuit.