TikTok star Rory Teasley strangled to death by boyfriend over video game

TikTok Star Rory teasley reportedly died after her 10-year-old boyfriend strangled him to death following an argument over a video game.

According to Pontiac, Michigan police, Teasley’s boyfriend, Docquen Jovo Watkins, Choked to death, 28-year-old in brawl over popular video game Overwatch. Watkins, 31, was charged with second degree murder, the court records obtained by People Pin up.

Teasley has amassed over 20,000 subscribers on the video platform, charming audiences with TikTok dance, and funny videos. What would his final video be in, Teasley joked about getting old. The video has been viewed over 150,000 times now, with Teasley’s fand mourning the death of the creator in the comments section.

Police released a statement on Teasley’s tragic death alleging Watkins called the Oakland County Police Department to his home on January 6. and told officers he and Teasley had an argument while playing video games.

When the police arrived, Watkins told them Teasley was sleeping on the couch, but the 28-year-old was unconscious, not breathing and taken to a local hospital where he was pronounced dead by medical staff.

“We see far too often across the country these days where people resort to violence for trivial and trivial disagreements,” the sheriff said. Michel bouchard noted. “There is never a reason why violence is acceptable rather than disagreement. Those who do will be held accountable.”

Watkins is currently being held without bail.

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