“Little People, Big World” star Jacob Roloff has a strong support system.
On Tuesday, Roloff, 23, shared a lengthy statement on social media accusing one of the show’s producers, Chris Cardamone, of molesting him as a child after a “long care process.”
In his statement, the reality star noted the difficulties associated with presenting his accusation and said that he analyzed the 2015 decision.
Roloff shared his statement with both of them Twitter and Instagram, and his family members contacted for support.
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“I love you forever and always Jacob. I’m proud of you,” his mother Amy Roloff wrote for People magazine. “Now you don’t have to feel alone and carry this around.”
His father, Matt, added, “I love you Jacob George Roloff … very proud!”
In his post, Roloff also considered the “tougher preliminary questions” of the effect that growing up in the spotlight has on children, as well as the morality of reality television.
Referring to that specific line, Audrey, his sister-in-law through his brother Jeremy, shared his thoughts.
“She loves this line,” she said. “I hate that you had to live through this Jacob.”
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Tori’s wife, the brother of the star Zach, also commented.
“I love you, George,” she said, using her middle name.
Roloff’s wife, Isabel Sofia Rock, also shared some love for her husband.
“Proud to know you, proud to love you, proud to be your wife,” she said.
The Roloff family appeared on the reality show TLC in various roles from 2006 to 2019.
“I do not expect to give details about this meeting at any public time,” the star said in her statement. “I hope he will never be allowed to be around children again.”
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In a statement, TLC said they had just been informed of an alleged meeting that took place years ago, involving a third party related to the production of “Small People, Big World”.
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Cardamona could not be reached for comment on Fox News.
If you or someone you know is being abused, please contact the National Sexual Assault Hotline at 1-800-656-4673.