O’Garro later said that he would continue to upload content to the Twitch streaming service after he was banned from TikTok.
At the beginning of the interview, which aired Wednesday night, Morgan asked O’Garro: “What has motivated you to terrorize people where you live?”
He replied, “I wouldn’t really call it scary, I’d just call it more fun.”
Speaking of the prank in which he entered a woman’s house, O’Garro said: “You see this situation that blew up on the internet by randomly entering houses, the next day I apologized to the woman because I felt bad.
“That was more of a spur of the moment thing, it prompted me and my ego got the better of me. I realized that at the time and that’s why I went to apologize the next day.”
During the interview, O’Garro and Morgan traded insults when they accused the teen of “playing the race card.”
When pressed on O’Garro to talk about his background, he asked Morgan, “Are you trying to bug me because I’m black?”
Morgan replied: “I don’t give a fuck about the color of your skin. I just think you’re an idiot.
O’Garro then responded, “I think you’re a jerk too.”
The interview aired hours after O’Garro appeared in court.
sorry to the family
Varinder Hayre, prosecutor, described how O’Garro entered the property, went downstairs, sat down on a sofa and said “is this where the study group is?”
Ms Hayre added that the couple who lived in the house asked her to leave several times.
“It was discovered that he had filmed the entire incident for a TikTok trend about breaking into random houses.”
The incident has caused “a lot of anguish” for the family and the faces of the victims and their two young children could be seen on the video, he said.
Lee Sergent, in mitigation, said that O’Garro had apologized to the family.
He said his client was raised by a single father and had a difficult upbringing.
“He is an intelligent young man and a young man with some potential,” Sergent told the court.
Judge Charlotte Crangle ordered that O’Garro must not post videos directly or indirectly to social media without the documented consent of the people appearing in the content, must not trespass on private property, and must not attend the Westfield Center in Stratford . .
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