Tattoo Artist Kat Von D Deniesof Being an Anti-Vaxxer and a Nazi

Updated On 17 Mar, 2019 Published On

Kat Von D has finally broken her silence! The renowned tattoo artist, 37, has shut down rumors about not believing in vaccinating her son as well as of being an anti-Semitic.

The LA Ink alum, 37, posted a video titled "I am NOT a nazi. I am NOT anti-vaxx" on her YouTube channel on Thursday, March 14, and opened up about the issues.

She explained in the 11-minute video,

Back when I was pregnant, somebody asked me on Instagram if we were vaccinating our baby, and after doing a bunch of research and doing the ingredients, naturally I had some hesitancy.

The actress continued,

Since then we have decided to consult with — as parents — with our pediatrician, but unlike before, I have learned my lesson and I am choosing not to make our decision or any of our baby’s health records public.

Here's the Youtube video she shared, Enjoying Watching!

As we previously reported, Kat and her husband Rafael Reyes welcomed their first child, a baby boy, together in December 2018. The couple named their newborn son Leafar Von Drachenberg Reyes.

Kat, who made an announcement of expecting a baby in last May, faced backlash during her pregnancy after revealing that she planned to raise "a vegan child, without vaccinations" in June 2018.

Kat and Rafael became married on February 21, just a week after they made their engagement announcement on Instagram.

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