Brooke Schofield Shares a Video Suggesting Clinton Kane Lied About His Nationality

"Truthfully, never — almost never had the accent with only me, OK?" ex-girlfriend Brooke Schofield said.

Sara Belcher - Author

Jun. 26 2024, Published 6:44 p.m. ET

Despite having multiple viral songs, musician Clinton Kane has found himself under scrutiny after some alleged lies have come to light. The singer has already caught a lot of flack from potential fans for allegedly lying about his mother and brother passing away, using it as a selling point to promote his album, but it seems he may also be lying about where he's from.

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A quick search says that Clinton is from Perth, Australia, but his ex-girlfriend Brooke Schofield has shared a video of them fighting where his Australian accent disappears. But is this enough to confirm some people's suspicions?

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Brooke Schofield shares a video of her fighting with Clinton Kane where he drops his Australian accent.

After posting a 13-part TikTok series in which Brooke details the timeline of her relationship with Clinton, the Canceled podcast co-host she said that his accent wasn't present when they were together.

"Truthfully, never — almost never had the accent with only me, OK? Like he would turn it on when friends were around or when we're at dinner with people or whatever... but I didn't really think that much of it," she said in a TikTok.

To further fuel the speculation, she shared a video of the two of them fighting, and despite Clinton being the dominant voice in the conversation, there isn't an Australian accent to be heard.

Now, this could just be him "mirroring" Brooke's accent, as she claims was her reasoning for not being suspicious sooner, but she's not the only one who doubts his Australian origins.

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"I went to school w/ Clinton and I know for a fact that he grew up in Brunei," YouTube user @gira3804 commented on Zach Sang's interview of him "We went to a school called Seri Mulia Sarjana for both our primary and secondary education. Soo.... Not sure where this Australian accent came from."

We can't confirm the legitimacy of these claims from either Brooke or this YouTube commenter, but it seems like he may not be entirely honest about his upbringing.

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