Internet’s sensation, Tiktoker Yandere Freak, has again become the center of attention when it was discovered that the Tiktoker had been impeached with manslaughter for killing a high school buddy with a firearm.
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Yandere Freak, who formerly was known as ‘snowthealtqueen’ has a Tiktok family of 1.6 million. However, the Tiktoker’s original name is Mary Anne Oliver-Snow. Allegedly, she belongs to Houston, Texas.
As per the court filings made at Harris County District Courts, Mary Anne Oliver-Snow was arrested on January 18 after giving an audio-recorded statement about the events unrolled in January.
The court filings say that “on or about January 17,” Snow “recklessly caused the death of Helen Rose Hastings by pointing a handgun at the complainant and pulling the trigger.”
Snow said to the police that “they were all drinking and she got pretty drunk.” as per her, the firearm belonged to her ex-boyfriend. However, they removed the magazine and the bullets from the gun.
Before the incident took place, all the friends were watching “Gotham”. They “like characters and stuff, and told her friends she had a gun as Penguin does.” – explained Snow to the police.
While watching, the victim joked, “Oh Shoot me” and without any second thought, Snow did it as she was not expecting the gun to be loaded with a bullet.
After she got sentenced, Snow paid $20,000 to get herself out of jail. Recently, on September 27, netizens started spreading rumors about Snow after she made appearances on social media and Tiktok.
As soon as Snow started posting her cosplay video on herTiktok account, several TikTok users left hate comments on her videos while some said a few words in sympathy.
Comments below her videos read, “What a huge slap in the face to the families of the victims to be posting like this,”. While another writes, “Let them grieve and move on. They lost a close friend just a few months ago and will live with that guilt forever. They’ve been through enough.”
The manslaughter case is yet to be resolved as it expects an evidence exchange at court on October 21, 2021.