Everyone was shocked when Ronnie Mcnutt’s death video, shooting himself streamed live. Find who Ronnie is and the details inside the suicide.
The death video of Ronnie went viral when he posted a live death shooting himself via his Facebook account. The incident was held in his apartment in front of the camera through which he was recording.
He was a former Army veteran who served in Iraq and died in suicide in Mississippi on 31 August 2020.
Ronnie Mcnutt Death Video-Details Inside
Every individual was shocked and wanted to know the details inside Ronnie Mcnutt’s death video.
The death video suddenly appeared on Sunday, and people shared it through social media through their friends despite selecting it. His shooting video was recorded on Facebook Live.
The death video was said to appear on the ‘For You’ page with no age limitation. Even children could watch the video that would definitely have a negative impact.
Inside the video, he took his gun and shot himself. Someone had taken the video and was sharing it over TikTok with like attached so anyone can watch it physically.
Karen Campbell said not to make children watch Tik Tok for 72 hours.
Within a second of the video, he committed suicide live and was shared in every second. He had post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and other mental health issues. Probably, the cause of his death was his mental issue.
Ronnie Mcnutt-Streamer Shoots Himself With Shotgun On Live
Ronnie Mcnutt was a streamer who shot himself with a Shotgun on the live stream.
He was a veteran army who served in Iraq. He died at the age of 33. He was dealt with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and other mental health issues.
According to sources, he had a breakup with his girlfriend and drank on the night of his death.
During the live session, he was arguing with the people who were comforting him and was talking about suicide. Police turned up outside of his apartment after some time after his death.
About 200 people were watching him in the live session along with his friend Steen.
Josh Steen, a close friend of his, was fighting for why the video went viral and was widely available. He reported it to Facebook half an hour before Ronnie suicided, 22:00 Mississippi time. But there was no action.
He got a response on 23:51 when Facebook said there was no violence in community guidelines.