Russian YouTuber killed his pregnant girlfriend in a live stream He killed his pregnant girlfriend live on YouTube, having taken money to torture her. He took her out on the balcony in her underwear, in sub-zero temperatures. And he did not try to save her even when he realized that she was half dead.
The reason for one Russian YouTuber, who after making money to severely abuse his partner, was arrested by the authorities.
According to what has become known, the 30-year-old YouTuber Stas Reeflay forced Valentina Grigoryev to stay on the balcony, in temperatures below zero, wearing only her underwear. She had already been paid 1.000 euros by a viewer to abuse her on a live broadcast, according to a report.
He died of hypothermia
The girl, 28, was in the early stages of her pregnancy and died of hypothermia at his home in the village of Ivanovka, near Moscow. Her shocking death came as a shock and many appealed to Russia for urgency. ban on cyberbullying on YouTube.
Reeflay - his real name is Stanislav Reshetnikov - continued to videotape even when he realized that the girl was half dead. Then he pulled her in and tried to get her. "You are alive;" he asks her, while a little later he says "You look dead". Then he called her to tell him something and then he realized that the girl did not have a tightness.
Then he turns to the spectators and explains to them what is happening: "Children… Has no pulse… She is pale. He is not breathing. " In fact, he continued live broadcast even when he called an ambulance, while he is heard asking her to wake up and that he loves her.
She continued to videotape two hours after her death
The camera was present even when the ambulance arrived and they found that the girl was dead. In fact, it is believed that the live broadcast continued for two hours after the girl died.
Reeflay earns money from online donations from its Russian and international audience.
However, if it turns out that the girl died of hypothermia, he will probably fall into the trap, as he will face a prison sentence of up to two years. The move has angered activists, who are calling for censorship of live broadcasts with violent content.