By Amanda Prestigiacomo
Acquitted teenager Kyle Rittenhouse has been fully reinstated on the social media platforms Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram, after being banned by Big Tech until last month amidst his trial.
The teen on Monday confirmed his new accounts on the platforms during a conversation on Blaze Media’s “You Are Here.”
“To put a stop to all the fake #KyleRittenhouse social media accounts. Kyle now has official Facebook, Instagram, TikTok, and Twitter accounts,” an account for Rittenhouse’s legal fund wrote. “Instagram has been verified and is now live.”
“Yes and you can follow me on Facebook @ThisIsKyleRittenhouse,” the 18-year-old confirmed.
Yes and you can follow me on Facebook @ThisIsKyleRittenhouse
— Kyle Rittenhouse (@ThisIsKyleR) December 7, 2021
In his first post on Instagram, Rittenhouse published a video of himself with his service dog Milo. It was revealed during the trial that the teenager suffers from Post-traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) since the night he was attacked in Kenosha, Wisconsin, last year. At the time of the trial, he said he was still in therapy.
“Kyle’s best friend is his service dog, Milo,” the post is captioned. “Kyle and Milo first met on a cold, snowy day in January – they have been inseparable ever since.”
“For nearly a year, Milo has been a source of unconditional love, strength and security for Kyle,” it reads. “This is the day they met.”
Source: The Daily Wire
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