Everything Brooke Schofield’s 13-Part TikTok Series Reveals About Clinton Kane


Brooke Schofield, the social media star you know from cohosting the Cancelled podcast with Tana Mongeau, recently set TikTok ablaze with a 13-part series. These videos spill all the tea on her rollercoaster relationship with singer-songwriter Clinton Kane, and the internet can’t stop buzzing about it. If you’re craving the inside scoop on all the Brooke Schofield and Clinton Kane drama, you’ve come to the right place.

Here’s everything we know about the drama so far.

Brooke Schofield and Clinton Kane Drama Explained

It all kicked off on June 25, when Kane posted a TikTok taking a jab at Schofield: “When you’ve been over the relationship for two years, but she won’t stop yapping,” he wrote, promoting his new song.

Schofield didn’t hold back and responded with 14 videos detailing their relationship.

“He said, ‘She can’t stop yapping,’ I’m like, ‘I will show you yapping,’” she said during her series, calling it her version of “Who The F*ck Did I Marry?”

In her TikToks, Schofield claimed Kane lied about pretty much everything — his age, race, childhood, where he’s from, and even his family. She shared that Kane told her early on that he was from Australia and that his mum, dad, and brother all died in 2020. Turns out, his mum and brother are alive. Talk about a plot twist.


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After some online digging, Schofield found people claiming Kane wasn’t Australian and might have lied about his mum’s death.

“He finally admitted that he did, in fact, fake the death of his mom and his brother,” she recalled. “His dad is dead, not that that’s a good thing. But there’s one out of three that are dead, and the rest are still kicking.”

Schofield mentioned Kane’s appearance on the Zack Sang podcast, which he later wanted taken down. She was confused, especially since they were friends. The podcast’s comments revealed Kane was lying about his family and his origin.

Clinton Kane Allegedly Lied About Being Australian

One comment said, “This is really strange. I don’t know where this Australian accent came from. He is not Australian; he is from Brunei. I grew up with him, I went to school with him, and I saw his mom last week.”

She also talked about how Kane didn’t like them being apart, making it hard for her to check his online presence. Kane would use his family trauma as an excuse for bad behaviour and throw tantrums over little things like her not giving him constant attention.

“The overwhelming common theme of all of our arguments was I was worsening his trauma, and he can’t believe that I’m so insensitive to everything that he has been through,” she said. “I remind him so much of his mother who was so horrible to him, and I should be way more sensitive to everything that he is going through.”

“I Cannot Let It Go”

In her final video, Schofield said, “Anyway, it has now been two years since we have broken up, and he had the nerve to post a TikTok today saying that I cannot let it go. And I just want to go on record and say: No f**king s**t.”

“Apparently his new song comes out on Friday, and the man will do anything to get a stream,” she concluded. “So honestly, you guys, do him a service; he needs money for therapy. And if you take nothing else away from the story, just know that treating underlying mental health conditions is very important because had I known what was wrong with me — I would’ve never gone near that man to begin with.”

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