TikTok star, 15, defends selling selfies to stalker who tried to kill her and says she’ll stay on the site where she makes $1,700 a video: Ex-cop dad shot dead boy, 18, who showed up at their house with a shotgun when he didn’t get explicit content

TikTok star Ava Majury and her parents have defended selling her selfies to the stalker who tried to kill her and was shot dead by her father last July, and revealed she will stay on the site where she makes $1,700-a-video despite safety risks

Last July, 18-year-old Eric Rohan Justin traveled from Ellicott City, Maryland, to Naples with a gun, intent on killing Ava. At 4.30am, he blasted open the front door of the family home.

He had been vying for her attention on TikTok for months, bought her phone number from her friends and had paid them for pictures of her that were not on the internet.

Ava also had direct contact with him and sold him two selfies for $300 which he paid her for via Venmo.

‘After talking to both my parents, I thought it would be mutual if I got in contact with him directly. I said, “hey, can you stop going through my friends and stop contacting people for information about me just come straight to me and you can purchase it all from me.”‘

He then started asking for more explicit content, and that is when Rob – her father – became involved. Rob told Eric to remember that Ava was a minor, and to stop contacting her.

She blocked him but he continued sending her money – $159.18, then $100, and then $368.50. It’s unclear how much time passed between then and Eric showing up at the family home.

When Eric showed up at the house in the middle of the night and shot open the door, Ava, her mother and her two brothers ran to a bedroom but her father Rob, a retired Jersey City police officer, grabbed his gun and went to the front of the home where he shot Justin. The teenager – who has never been pictured – died in the hospital.

Despite her persistent fears, the family is allowing her to stay on TiKTok – where she can earn more than $1,700 for a single video.

Ava told the Times in her initial interview: ‘I have three TikTok accounts, so I could have one brand come to me and be like, ‘Oh, I’ll do $1,000 for one video on your main account,’ and I’ll be like, ‘Oh great, I have two other accounts that are different types of people on there.”‘

Ava’s family say they do not want her to stop TikToking now because every day is like ‘Christmas Day’ seeing how many views her videos get.

What the absolute fuck?

The only redeeming part of this story is that a pedophile pervert got ventilated.

But the rest is just fucked.

She’s 15 years old.

There are several pictures in the article. She is fully dressed but clearly cheesecake.

Are to to honestly believe that a 15-year-old girl who dances in a crop top has a million legitimate followers all her same age?

And her parents let her sell her pictures online?

She already had one stalker that tried to kill her and she’s still making content?

Are mom and dad pimping their e-thot daughter?

And how are companies allowed to sponsor videos from a 15-year-old in a sports bra and yoga pants?

Everything about this is fucked.

Everyone’s moral compass is broken.

I don’t understand why a vengeful God has not yet destroyed us with brimstone from the sky.

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By J. Kb

13 thoughts on “Everything about this story is f*cked”
  1. And we wonder why pedofiles are a problem….. parents (in a real world) would be up on charges for endangering the welfare of a miner. Sad.

  2. So, regular readers of this blog and my frequent commentary here no doubt know that I’m a good deal more libertine than our hosts. But the increased acceptance of some parents to allow their children to manufacture and distribute soft-core pornography is beyond me…

    When will the woodchipper emporium be having their IPO? I want to get in on the ground (pun intended) floor.

  3. If dude would have waited a few years, he would have had paid access to her Onlyfans channel, which I’m certain she’ll be starting on her 18th birthday

  4. I thought that “make sure her parents are still married” was going to be good enough advice to my boys but clearly that’s not going to be enough in all cases.

  5. don’t understand why a vengeful God has not yet destroyed us with brimstone from the sky.

    I look up every day, waiting to see the bottom of a Big sandal.

  6. I have also been struggling with the lack of punishment. Then I heard a radio preacher talk about the book of Habakkuk. Go read it; it explains it.

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