For a video that they think will “break the internet,” a Georgia sheriff’s office impersonated the arrest of a bunch of race car influencers.

Influencers claimed they had been detained in Georgia while making a video, according to the trio. Fans of the group, however, raised suspicion regarding the images and footage of the arrests. Now, a nearby sheriff’s office has announced that they are collaborating with the influencers to create a video. There are over 3 million readers of Morning Brew.

You ought to, too! Thank you for registering! A Georgia sheriff’s office announced that it is, in fact, working with the influencers for a future film. Last week, three racing influencers shared a series of images and videos that seemed to show them getting detained.

YouTuber WhistlinDiesel , whose real name is Cody Detwiler, content creator Justin Norton , and TikToker Keller Moore had earlier claimed to have been detained in Dawsonville, Georgia.

However, supporters of the trio were dubious of the trio’s detention, and many believed the pictures were manufactured.
When an insider contacted the Dawson County Sheriff’s Office (DCSO) last week, the agency stated that Detwiler, Norton, or Moore had never been arrested.

In response to Insider’s inquiry regarding the three guys, DCSO disclosed that their crew had been collaborating with Detwiler on his forthcoming film, which is “certain to break the internet.” DCSO released a statement in which they stated that they were “happy to be a part of this collaboration and promote safety for vehicle enthusiasts nationally.”

WHISTLINDIESEL (@whistlindiesel) shared a blog entry.

On October 15, the three influencers started writing about the alleged arrest. Norton uploaded a photo of himself on Instagram with the remark, “A night out with @whistlindiesel put me in handcuffs,” and the image looked to show him in handcuffs.

The a series of photos to Instagram Detwiler shared with the description “Whistlindiesel word of the day – Imprisonment” appears to depict the identical occurrence. Detwiler is a racing and motor vehicle YouTuber with over 2.3 million subscribers.

Norton sent two videos to Instagram videos showing different vehicles being driven at high speeds, followed by a brief video that appeared to be inside a police vehicle.

Following them was a TikTok video posted by Moore on October 16 , which garnered over 3 million views and featured a man being handcuffed and being led into what appeared to be a police car. We were just attempting to record stuff in Justin’s McLaren, and he got in trouble, he was heard stating in the video.

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