In the video, the family said that Huxley, who suffers from autism, needed a family that was equipped with better skills to fit his medical needs.
The couple got emotional during the video and stressed that the decision wasn’t an easy one to make. But not all fans were sympathetic. Even brands terminated contracts with Myka in the midst of the controversy, to protect their image.
People magazine reported that Hudson had responded to one of the comments from an angry fan to assure them that Fabletics was no longer working with the Stauffers. The statement was later confirmed on Fabletics’ official Instagram account.