16-Year-Olds Explain Why They Made TikTok Video After Crash
Video Channel: Inside Edition
It may look like an amateur music video, but the teens in the video were actually recording the aftermath of a bad car accident that happened only moments earlier. In the video, you can see the cracked windshield. Then they got camera-ready and made a video for the popular TikTok app, lip syncing while waiting for police. The two 16-year-olds, Katie Cornetti and Marissa Bordis, are high school cheerleaders just outside Pittsburgh. The video is generating some serious social media backlash.