Who Is Roma Army? Everything You Need to Know about the Men’s Rights Creator

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Social media is a hotbed of discussion for anything related to gender equality, women’s and men’s rights. And in that space, few voices are as distinctive as that of Roma Army, a high-profile creator with millions of followers on YouTube, TikTok, Instagram and other platforms. 

But who exactly is Roma Army? What are her content strategies? And what’s behind the controversies that surround her? 

Here’s everything you need to know.   

Roma Army thrives on bold men’s rights opinions. But who is she?


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Who is Roma Army?

Roma Army’s real name is Chloe Sunderland, though she also goes by Chloe Roma. Born on June 1, 1997, in Bucharest, Romania, she moved to Canada with her parents at age 2. She is of mixed heritage, including Latina ancestry, and was raised Christian. However, she rarely talks of her background.  

She attended Crescent Heights High School in Calgary before enrolling in Mount Royal University. 

In December 2019, she started posting on TikTok and went viral. Within months, she amassed more than 1.4 million followers. 

Today, Roma Army can boast several million followers across her social media network, which has grown to include YouTube, Instagram, and OnlyFans. (Due to controversy, however, her original TikTok account got suspended in late 2023 – find out more below!) 

Roma Army is not married, but has a boyfriend, whose name and face haven’t been revealed. She also has two children – a daughter and a son. 

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What’s Roma Army’s content strategy?

The content that helped Roma Army build her social media following centers around gender equality – specifically, men’s rights. She talks in depth about the challenges men face in today’s society and how they relate to feminism. 

Roma Army aka Chloe Sunderland’s rough DIY film aesthetic.

Her filming style is off-the-cuff and immediate – many of her most successful videos are filmed in the mirror. She sometimes uses video effects to emphasize her point or add an extra dose of humor to her content. Her content is a mix of long-form horizontal videos and vertical Shorts

Roma Army’s net worth lies at around $1 million, with an approximate ad revenue on her YouTube channel of $350 K.

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Controversy Around Chloe Sunderland

There are actually several controversies that surround Roma Army. 

Recently, someone stole NSFW images from her OnlyFans account and posted them to Cosplay, Twitch, and Patreon via the leaks site FapFappy. 

She also has been in conflict with other creators on TikTok and YouTube, including other men’s rights activists, such as JustPearlyThings. Other men’s rights activist have accused her of being a ‘chameleon’, that is, a scam artist only using the men’s rights movement to make money. She has also been accused of running fake fundraisers, including Justice For Jari and Movember.

Roma Army has been at the center of several controversies and is not afraid of picking fights with other creators.

Her TikTok account has been banned multiple times for violating community guidelines and is currently suspended. Reasons include the use of sexist and racist language, as well as sexually explicit themes. 


Roma Army’s real name is Chloe Sunderland, though she also goes by Chloe Roma. Born in Romania, she now lives in Canada.

Born on June 1, 1997, Roma Army is currently 26 years old. 

Roma Army has spoken out frequently for men’s rights in her videos. She has also used homophobic slurs as well as the N-word. 

Currently, Roma Army’s net worth lies at approximately $1 million. 

Chloe Roma, aka Roma Army, was born on June 1, 1997, in Bucharest, Romania. 


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