TikTok star’s dad killed her obsessed stalker after he showed up at their house with a gun


TikTok star's dad killed her obsessed stalker after he showed up at their house with a gun

A dad has been hailed a hero after he killed his teen daughter’s stalker when he showed up at their house with a gun.

The stalker, 18-year-old Eric Rohan Justin, blasted the front door open with his handgun to try and kill Ava Majury, a 15-year-old TikTok star from Naples, Florida.

Prior to showing up at her home with a gun, he had been harassing her. The harassment began only weeks after signing up to TikTok in 2020.

Ava posts singing and dancing videos alongside those of her pulling practical jokes on her family and this has made her popular on TikTok.

But she told the New York Times that the darker side of her fame came when Rohan Justin tracked her down after buying personal details off her friends, including her telephone number.

On a day in June 2021, the teenage stalker arrived at the family home and began firing shots through the front door with a handgun, leading Ava and her two brothers to hide in their parent’s bedroom.

Recalling the moment of terror, she told the newspaper: “All I remember was, I heard it, I felt it in my chest, and I looked up, and there was a hole in my door from the fragments.”

While this was going on, Ava’s father, a retired police officer, rose to the occasion.

Mr Marjury asked the stalker to drop his weapon but he refused so he shot him dead.

No charges were brought against the father as a result of Florida’s ‘stand your ground’ law, which permits homeowners to use lethal force against intruders if there is a clear threat to life.

Police searching the stalker’s two mobile phones after his death found that he had saved hundreds of photographs of Ava alongside some of her TikTok videos.

Justin’s father shared his shock at the incident, telling newspaper: “He was a nice kid. I’m at a loss for words. I don’t know what went bad with him. He made a bad choice.”

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  1. Missed a bit of the story in your reporting, there. He showed up initially with, I believe a shotgun. He shot the door open, but then his gun jammed, and he left. He then came back a short while later with the handgun.

    On the flip side of this, this young girl was right back to posting TikToks LATER THAT DAY. She did not deserve to have that happen to her, and it is frightening how easily seemingly anyone can get almost anyone's information if they want it badly enough; but can we address what social media is doing to young people? Her brushing it off and going right back to TikTok that very same day is NOT normal behavior. It is equally as frightening as hee stalkers actions. Are we as a society really THAT desperate for the approval and adoration of complete strangers that we will NEVER meet, that we just suppress our own trauma, and the emotions that come with it, because we're afraid that "people online won't love us anymore"? Truly a sad state that we find ourselves in. Good God, people. When are we going to realize that online likes and stuff like that DO NOT MATTER, and that everyone of you is just as insignificant in the grand scheme of the cosmos as the rest of us. I get people can make money making these videos, but that in itself is just as ludicrous as the rest of it. We're paying people to do absolutely nothing with their lives other than make 30 second videos. How does no one see a problem with that? Don't get me wrong, some content creators are EXTREMELY talented, and absolutely deserve to be recognized for their talents, but when people are getting paid to make videos doing some generic dance trend, or to just talk about random, dumb shit; that is pathetic.



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