TikToker Taylor Frankie Paul and Dakota Mortensen are putting up a united front, one month after she was charged with domestic violence stemming from a confrontation between the two.
On March 18, the influencer and her boyfriend both posted TikTok videos of themselves spending time together. Their posts include montages of the couple in bed, brushing their teeth, going to the gym and shopping at a Trader Joe's supermarket. The two also kiss each other on the cheek.
It marked the first videos showing the couple together since they got into a confrontation on Feb. 17, which police say resulted in injuries to both him and her daughter Indy Paul, 5, the eldest of her two children from her marriage to ex Tate Paul.
Taylor, 28, was arrested and later charged with one count of felony aggravated assault, two counts of felony domestic violence in the presence of a child causing injury, one count of misdemeanor child abuse and one count of misdemeanor criminal mischief. Frankie's attorney recently filed a not guilty plea on the TikToker's behalf. The case remains pending.
Taylor resumed posting images of her kids recently, sharing a pic of herself with Indy and son Ocean, 2, on her Instagram Stories.
The TikToker addressed her personal turmoil in a March 12 post. "The last few weeks have been the hardest of weeks of my life," she wrote on her Instagram Stories, according to Page Six, which published a screenshot of her post. "I wanted to thank all of those who have been by my side, those who reached out and the strangers that stopped to hug me."
Paul continued, "I've silently been working on healing, therapy, a blessing, starting classes, and got on antidepressants to help me during this time. I'm starting to feel progress and will be back to work soon."
Dakota has stood behind Taylor since the arrest. In a TikTok video posted Feb. 27, he said, "She's an incredible mom and she loves her kids so much." He added, "I will be there for her and help her in any way that I can. It just sucks. This whole thing sucks."