THE dad of a TikTok family wept today as he showed his daughters' room after their home went up in flames in a suspected arson attack.
Nick Smithy shared a dramatic video of the charred semi-detached house in South London with his 2.5million followers.
He also posted harrowing footage of his daughters' room where they were sleeping when the blaze took hold.
Getting tearful, the dad said: "My girls were in this room but that don't matter to you, does it?
"One of you filmed it while the other done it.
"I don't think you realise the consequences.
"It's my little girls' room. They've just got it how they want it."
In a separate clip, Nick shared a video of a car gutted by flames in the drive and the home blackened by the inferno last night.
It comes after the Smithy family's soaring popularity has led to trolling and their address being leaked online.
Unwanted takeaways and even escorts have been sent to their home.
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Nick said: "We all got out the house OK, the kids are fine… the dogs are OK. The house is not OK. The kids are at a safe place.
"To the people who have done this, you could have killed our family and not only our family, my neighbours, my friends. It's unforgivable."
London Fire Brigade said the flames appeared to spread from the burning car to the house.
More than 20 firefighters worked to extinguish the blaze after it erupted yesterday.
The cause of the fire is now being investigated and there have been no arrests.
A LFB spokesperson said: "We were called to reports of a car alight that had spread up the outside of the house.
"There were a number of mobility scooters parked outside which had caught alight and were producing a large amount of smoke and flames.
"Everyone was out of the building before we arrived, and crews worked incredibly hard to prevent further damage to the inside of the property and to neighbouring properties."
Nick Smith and his partner Jess found fame after sharing videos with their kids Jack, Amelia, Isabella and Teddy.
The dad managed to give up work as a builder to become a full time TikTok star earlier this year.
As well as clips showing sweet personal moments and pranks, the family also help out charities and collected around £60,000 worth of gifts for the Salvation Army over Christmas.
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