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OriginalBloodAce created their account in 2009
OriginalBloodAce is a Content Creator on YouTube

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John Phillip Tulloch (born: October 15, 1990 (1990-10-15) [age 30]) is a Canadian YouTuber who was notorious for his rants about the Miiverse, commonly exploding with anger over bans, even going as far as threatening to kill people over it. He is a notorious sperg channel.


Death threats

OriginalBloodAce is commonly known for his many death threats, seemingly for little to no reason. He frequently had users impersonate him and he would retaliate with anger and threats, the most notable being when he threatened to rape a teenager to death for impersonating him.

In 2015, he wished for Sakurai’s wrist injury to become permanent, simply for adding Ryu into Super Smash Bros U, which caused controversy among his fanbase. He cancelled one of his Smash Bros tournaments, simply because a user chose to play as Ryu.


John's electronics were seized and searched on April 12, 2016, the day after his final upload was made. During the search, 12,957 images and 250 videos of child pornography were found, 10,000 images and 244 videos being graphic and 2,000 images and 6 videos being less graphic. 75% of the collection involved babies and beastiality.

John pleaded guilty to possession and distribution of child pornography on March 29, 2017 and his trial was scheduled for August 15, 2017. Arguments occurred on that date, which revealed John Tulloch's identity to indeed be OriginalBloodAce, and his sentencing was delayed to October of that year. John was finally sentenced in late October to 1 year in prison, 3 years probation, and 20 years as a registered sex offender. During probation, he would not be allowed to use the internet or go to parks, schools, or swimming pools.

He was released in April of 2019 and is currently on probation. His probation is set to end in April 2022.

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