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Fugitive Venezuelan Tiktokker Leonel Moreno is slammed for ‘exploiting’ his own child as baby is seen squirming around unsupported in latest rant

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A fugitive Venezuelan TikTokker who is on the run from ICE has been slammed for ‘exploiting’ his baby in an online video showing his child squirm around while he flashes wads of cash. 

Leonel Moreno, 27, has been on the run from immigration since he crossed the border at Eagle Pass, Texas, illegally in April 2022, ICE told DailyMail.com.

The fugitive caused chaos after sharing tips on how to invade vacant homes and live off the US government on his TikTok account @leitooficial_25, where he had over half a million followers before the account was suspended. 

Moreno has now taken to another social media platform to share his content, and on Thursday posted a series of videos featuring his baby squirming around on a double bed. 

In one video, Moreno belts out Spanish lyrics and waves a wad of bills at the camera while the infant wobbles around unsupported. 

A fugitive Venezuelan TikTokker who is on the run from ICE was slammed for 'exploiting' his baby in an online video showing his child squirm around while he flashes wads of cash and sings

A fugitive Venezuelan TikTokker who is on the run from ICE was slammed for ‘exploiting’ his baby in an online video showing his child squirm around while he flashes wads of cash and sings

Leonel Moreno, 27, belts out Spanish lyrics and waves a wad of $100 bills at the camera while the infant wobbles around unsupported and even faceplants at one point

Leonel Moreno, 27, belts out Spanish lyrics and waves a wad of $100 bills at the camera while the infant wobbles around unsupported and even faceplants at one point 

This is the mugshot of the Venezuelan migrant infamous for sharing tips on how to invade vacant homes in the US, who is currently on the run from ICE. It was taken on April 23, 2022

This is the mugshot of the Venezuelan migrant infamous for sharing tips on how to invade vacant homes in the US, who is currently on the run from ICE. It was taken on April 23, 2022

The tiny baby even faceplants onto the bed at one point, before Moreno casually props her back up. 

Concerned users flooded to the comment section to voice their concern over the safety of the little girl. 

Many of the comments asked where the child’s mother is, ‘Where is the baby’s mother? I would never let him put my child like this on blast,’ someone commented. 

‘How strange that the mom never appears, he is exploiting the girl and puts her as a shield,’ a user said.

‘Where is the mother of this girl, grab her girl and get out of there,’ one user added. 

An optimistic viewer said, ‘Hope the bills aren’t fake and you’re doing well. Enjoy and save for your baby’s education.’

On Thursday, DailyMail.com unearthed Moreno’s mugshot from April 23, 2022, when he was last known to be in ICE custody. 

Leonel Moreno's TikTok account @leitooficial_25, where he had amassed half a million followers, has reportedly been suspended

Leonel Moreno’s TikTok account @leitooficial_25, where he had amassed half a million followers, has reportedly been suspended

It appears that ICE had lost track of Moreno until his videos started going viral. They now have him listed as possibly living in the above home in Columbus, Ohio

It appears that ICE had lost track of Moreno until his videos started going viral. They now have him listed as possibly living in the above home in Columbus, Ohio

Moreno enrolled in the Alternatives to Detention program, which lets migrants on parole go free while officials track them until their next court date. But he didn’t show up for his court date in Miami in November, 2022, and is now listed as an ‘absconder’ from the program. 

ICE had lost track of Moreno until his videos telling migrants how to live off the state started going viral. They now have him listed as possibly living in Columbus, Ohio

On Tuesday, Moreno posted several clips seemingly sobbing on a newly-created account, as he claimed he was being persecuted and threatened after his original TikTok account was suspended on Saturday.

‘I am in danger of death in the US! I need protection! I am being persecuted! My account has been blocked!’ he said as liquid dropped from his nose.

‘My people, I need you to pay attention to what’s happening because my family is on danger. They erased my TikTok accounts. I have received threats from powerful people. Help!’

In another video he added: ‘My people, they have gotten what they wanted! The envy has reached my family! Everything that’s happening is because of your evilness!

‘The want to silence me!’ 

It appears Moreno does not plan on stopping his particular brand of content, as he shared a clip on Wednesday counting hundred dollar bills and saying he doesn’t need to work to make money. 

Some of his other videos show him claiming he is begging for money on the streets with his baby daughter

Some of his other videos show him claiming he is begging for money on the streets with his baby daughter

Others videos show him bragging about using the financial aid he supposedly receives from the government for his toddler to buy himself a car

Others videos show him bragging about using the financial aid he supposedly receives from the government for his toddler to buy himself a car

 In one of his now-viral videos, Moreno instructed his followers how to ‘invade’ American homes and invoke squatter’s rights, claiming that under US law, ‘if a house is not inhabited, we can seize it.’

Moreno also made headlines in February, after he demanded Venezuelans unite to help a 15-year-old migrant accused of shooting a tourist and trying to kill a NYPD officer in Times Square.

The videos have been widely shared as Venezuelan migrants fleeing their country’s collapse become one of the largest nationalities arriving at the US-Mexico border.



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