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Popular YouTubers Under Fire After 'Giving Up' Adopted Autistic Son

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On Tuesday, YouTube vloggers and social media influencers, Myka and James Stauffer, posted a video announcing they were choosing to no longer parent their adopted son, Huxley, a boy they adopted from China in 2017, due to unspecified “behaviors.” According to them, an adoption agency had already found Huxley a new home.

For those who aren’t familiar, the Stauffers run a popular YouTube channel with over 715,000 subscribers. While they’ve created content about their other four children, highlighting pregnancy journeys, morning routines and fitness tips, their popularity grew during the process of adopting Huxley, who was 2 years old at the time.

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