The Florida teen was arrested Saturday for threatening a driver with a gun, and faces additional charges of aggravated manslaughter for trying to become “TikTok famous.”
A TikTok has gone viral after the Internet believed that one of the people seen in the video was Cassie Compton. Compton, from Stuttgart, Arkansas went missing seven years ago, her case unsolved.
If we can thank 2020 for anything, it’s the rise (and enduring existence) of TikTok. The social media platform has everything a true crime junkie could want: lots of pictures, quick facts, and the ability to go viral and effectively spread awareness of current cases. Here are the best true crime TikTok accounts for you to binge right now (plus a shameless plug)!
On April 21, 2012, 19-year-old Tanner Barton was invited to a party at a friend’s house in Kokomo, Indiana. The next morning, Tanner was dead. I had the opportunity to sit (over Zoom) with Tanner’s mother, Michele Barton, to discuss what happened to her son and what her next steps are for bringing anyone responsible for Tanner’s death to justice.
MurderMurder News presents the biggest true crime stories of the week! This week in true crime, we discuss an update to the TikTok Murder Suitcases, and the disappearance of Fort Hood Soldier Elder Fernandes. Plus, we have special guests, 3 Spooked Girls
‘I believe blacks are human too,’ says the teen, who is begging people to stop sharing the video and calls the backlash ‘not fair.’