According to comments made on Telegram, Rivera has run into legal trouble over pseudo-medical advice she gave to parents.
Private Facebook groups have reemerged, recommending the bogus bleach cure. In one, infamous MMS advocate Kerri Rivera is dispensing advice.
Kerri Rivera, an infamous autism “expert," runs a private Telegram group where members give potentially deadly advice. An apparent emergency shows just what can go wrong.
"This is a MAJOR OPPORTUNITY," one wrote, "to begin a discussion about a timely and interesting application of chlorine dioxide."
A substance called Miracle Mineral Solution has developed a cult following among a subset of the anti-vaxxer community, where it is believed to be a cure for everything from diabetes to AIDS.