Category: Crime

INK MASTER’s Daniel Silva arrested for murder after YouTuber Corey La Barrie dies in car crash on his birthday

In the blink of an eye, everything can change. On May 9, 2020 YouTuber Corey La Barrie posted a video titled “Deleting This Video in 24 Hours . . .” advertising a Twitch stream the next day to celebrate his 25th birthday. “We might get a little bit drunk,” he says before fading out the shot with his palm. The Twitch birthday celebration went as planned at 1 p.m., but unfortunately Corey passed away in a car crash before his birthday was over. His friend Daniel Silva, who appeared on the 10th season of Ink Master, was driving the car. He was charged with murder yesterday while still in the hospital recovering from his injuries.

   

Demi Lovato’s house was almost burglarized while she’s in rehab

While Demi Lovato is receiving intensive rehab treatment after an almost fatal opiate overdose last month, her $8.3 million Hollywood Hills home was almost burglarized. TMZ reports that the LAPD arrested some people on charges unrelated to Demi Lovato. During this arrest they found electronic evidence that these people were planning to break into the singer’s home while she was receiving treatment in a different state.
   

Did vloggers The ACE Family fake being robbed for YouTube? (Exclusive Receipts)

Wildly successful family vloggers The ACE Family (Austin McBroom, 8-month pregnant Catharine Paiz, and toddler daughter Elle McBroom uploaded a 30 minute video on Thursday, August 16, 2018 detailing a troubling situation. The family had taken a day trip Disneyland and returned home to their home burglarized and ransacked. Now Internet sleuths, YouTube drama channels and Instagram accounts claim that the family staged the break-in for YouTube and a receipt surfaced that seems to indicate the family paid a group of cop actors to film a video with them on Thursday. Starcasm has obtained evidence to suggest that the family probably was burglarized, but on a the 15th, not the 16th!

8-year-old died after thinking dad’s meth was breakfast cereal and father refused to call 911

On the morning of June 21, 2018 8-year-old Curtis Gilbert Collman III was hungry for breakfast, but there was no food in the house. He did search for it, however, and instead found granules of meth on the table, which he thought might be breakfast cereal. The amount of meth the boy ate was staggering and he soon fell ill.