18-Year-Old, Obsessed With 14-Year-Old TikTok Star, Is Shot And Killed By Her Father After He Blew Their Front Door Open With Shotgun


NAPLES, FLORIDA — A teen is dead after police say he became so obsessed with a 14-year-old TikTok star, that he traveled to her home with a shotgun and fired through the front door, only to be shot and killed by the girl’s father.

18-year-old Eric Rohan Justin is the teen who was obsessed with now 15-year-old Ava Majury, who paid friends of Majury for her personal information, including her cell phone number so he could send her messages.

The girl’s parents allowed her to sell some of her selfies to Justin, which to me is weird and bizarre, but Justin wanted more.

After that, Mr. Justin messaged Ava on Venmo with a breakdown of what he would pay for “booty pics” and photos of her feet, “stuff that a 14-year-old shouldn’t be sending,” she said. She blocked him on all her accounts. In Venmo messages viewed by The Times, Mr. Justin pleaded with her to unblock him, sending $159.18, then $100, and finally $368.50 with the message, “sorry this is all I have left i’m broke.” Mr. Majury said he texted Mr. Justin’s cellphone, told him that Ava was a minor, and demanded that he stop contacting her.

via Daily Wire

In July of 2020, Justin showed up at the Majury home after driving from his home in Maryland. He was armed with a shotgun, and fired through the front door of the home before the shotgun jammed. Mr. Majury, an ex-police officer, gave chase but fell and injured his knee.

Justin returned a short time later, and that’s when Mr. Majury armed himself and shot Justin, killing him.

“Someone came to kill me. I was in fear for my family’s life, and I had to do what I had to do to protect my family, and I made sure of it,” Mr. Majury said during an interview, which can be viewed below.

Ava Majury is soon going to appear in court to testify against another stalker, this one said to be a former classmate. She is seeking a protection order against him, but it would seem that these incidents are just a few of many more to come in the future.

Gaining a following and becoming internet famous can come with negative aspects, and we’ve seen throughout history that some people can become obsessed –and dangerous– when they begin to stalk someone. Taking steps before these things happen is essential, in preparation for what could happen, like someone blowing through your front door with a shotgun because they’re obsessed with your daughter.

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Brandon is the founder of Concealed Nation and is an avid firearm enthusiast, with a particular interest in responsible concealed carry. His EDC is a Springfield Armory Hellcat OSP, with a Shield Sights RMSC Red Dot, that holds Hornady 165 gr FTX Critical Defense rounds, and rides comfortably in a Vedder Holsters ComfortTuck IWB holster.

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