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The incident, shown on Facebook Live, occurred in a bathroom at Venant’s home, early Sunday morning, according to an incident report.
MIAMI GARDENS, FLA. (WSVN) – Authorities are investigating after a teenage girl from Miami Gardens committed suicide by hanging herself while broadcasting on Facebook Live, the Florida Department of Children and Families confirmed.
This Facebook Live incident is similar to another teenager who livestreamed her suicide on Dec. 30, 2016.
Venant’s life then became a cycle of foster care and mental health issues, reuniting with her mother and then running away.
“I trusted Florida’s foster care people to care for my baby.
Frederick Jay Bowdy livestreams suicide on Facebook Live
Frederick Jay Bowdy, 33, went on Facebook at around 5.30am and announced to his followers that he was going to end his life.
A Facebook spokesperson said in a statement to the Daily Mail Wednesday evening the company was saddened by this tragedy, referring to Jay Bowdy’s suicide.
An aspiring Hollywood actor facing sexual assault allegations put a gun to his head and pulled the trigger while broadcasting on Facebook Live early Monday morning.
Facebook user Meco Harden described in graphic detail Jay Bowdy’s final moments.
The emailed statement goes on to say that the vast majority of people are using Facebook Live ‘to come together and share experiences in the moment with their friends and family.
Alameda County dispatchers stop Facebook Live suicide in New York
Alameda County dispatchers stop Facebook Live suicide in New York Alameda County dispatchers helped save a woman’s life Wednesday in New York after she began broadcasting her suicide attempt on Facebook Live, officials said.
Photo: Alameda County Sheriff’s Office Alameda County dispatchers stop Facebook Live suicide in new york 1 / 1 Back to GalleryAs they monitored her Facebook, the East Bay dispatchers suddenly saw the woman go “live” as she cut herself in a car and talked about wanting to take her life.
Five Alameda County Sheriff’s Office dispatchers helped prevent a woman in new york from killing herself on Facebook Live early Wednesday.
Photo: Alameda County Sheriff’s Office Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 Five Alameda County Sheriff’s Office dispatchers helped prevent a woman in new york from killing herself on Facebook Live early Wednesday.
A crisis center in Idaho — where the woman used to live — talked to her early in the morning and were led to believe she was in Alameda County.