Addison Rae became an internet sensation thanks to her TikTok videos. She was even fired by the UFC last year after a lot of backlash. However, a lot of drama is going on in her family, and she’s definitely not proud of it.

According to a source reporting exclusively to Page Six, Addison Rae is “mortified” by recent news stories surrounding her parents, Monty Lopez and Sheri Nicole Easterling.

“Addison has seen her parents go through a lot of ups and downs over the years, but everything going on right now has been particularly overwhelming for her.”

The drama within the family became public when news broke that Lopez had a five-month romance with Renée Ash earlier this year. Although Lopez claimed that he and Easterling were separated at the time of the affair, Ash stated that “He misled me on his marriage; he lied to me.”


Rae unfollowed her father on Instagram weeks before the shocking news came out, and Easterling deleted the word “wife” from her bio and wrote a post about her “challenging and overwhelming” circumstances. Since then, Rae has also unfollowed her mother.

The influencer hinted that she was “struggling” on Twitter later in July, but she didn’t directly mention Lopez’s incident. She also canceled a press event.

Easterling is currently flaunting a new relationship with Yung Gravy, which has probably just made Rae’s misery worse. The duo made their debut at the 2022 MTV Video Music Awards on Sunday, making out both on the red carpet and in the crowd. Stay tuned to Thirsty to get the latest updates regarding the family.

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