Bobbi Althoff Expresses Disgust at Her Alleged Graphic Viral Video: 'Sorry to Disappoint'

The famous podcaster reveals that she was shocked by the X-rated deepfake video featuring a woman alleged to be her, claiming that it was too much for her to see.

AceShowbiz - Bobbi Althoff has become the latest victim of AI-generated graphic contents. The podcaster has been forced to set things straight after an X-rated video featuring a woman believed to be her went viral.

On Tuesday night, February 20, the 26-year-old became trending on X, formerly Twitter, after the video surfaced online. In the said viral video, her face is edited onto a woman who is pleasuring herself in bed.

On Wednesday, Bobbi took to her Instagram Story to address the matter. "Hate to disappoint you all, but the reason I'm trending is 100% not me & is definitely AI generated," she wrote over a screenshot of her name trending on X.

Bobbi Althoff's IG Story

Bobbi Althoff addressed her alleged graphic viral video.

The host of "The Really Good Podcast" further detailed her reaction to the graphic video. "Guys, funny story," she said in a clip as she appeared to enjoy a morning walk. "Yesterday I went on X, Twitter, and I saw that I was trending. And I was like, 'Oh my God. That's a first, I'm trending on Twitter. You guys must really love my podcast. Wow.' So I clicked it, and I was like, 'What the f**k is this?' "

"I felt like it was a mistake or something, like, it was like bots or something," she continued. "I didn't realize that it was actually people believing that that was me until my whole team called me and were like, 'Is this real?' "

Bobbi doubled down on her denial as saying, "You guys... Anyway, not me. Sorry to disappoint. But, what the f**k? No." She admitted that the video was too much for her to see, claiming, "That was so graphic, too. I was like, 'Oh my God. Need to cover my eyes.' "

Prior to this, Taylor Swift reportedly considered taking legal action after AI-generated explicit photos of the singer/songwriter circulated online. The X-rated photos, which were originally uploaded by deepfake porn site Celeb Jihad, depicted the Grammy winner in a series of sexual acts while dressed in Kansas City Chiefs memorabilia and in the stadium.

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