Teen social media star, Bianca Devins’ boyfriend, Brandon Andrew Clark slits her throat and then posts image on yes juliet Instagram page before attempting suicide.
An upstate NY man is alleged to have slit the throat of a teenage social media star he was dating — then posted a photo of her lifeless body to Instagram over the weekend along with a message that said ‘sorry,’ according to reports. Blurred image re-printed below.
Brandon Andrew Clark, 21, of Syracuse allegedly posted the image of Bianca Devins, 17, on Instagram early Sunday — after the pair had attended a concert in Queens — before calling the cops on himself, Lt. Bryan Coromato said.
But it only gets more gruesome.
When police found him parked in his car on a dead-end street in Utica, he allegedly slit his own throat and and then posted a photo of his neck gushing blood on Instagram, too, the police officer said.
Devins — who has about 6,000 followers on Instagram and was reportedly popular as an ‘egirl’ on the Tik Tok app — was found dead outside a car and Clark was rushed to the hospital, where he underwent surgery, according to Coromato.
apparently something is spreading like wildfire right now on instagram. brandon andrew clark, heyjuliet on **instagram** murdered his girlfriend, bianca and apparently attempted suicide and failed
condolences to the victim and family instagram needs to delete those sick stories pic.twitter.com/IGAwvpbyep
— Tony Trotmann (@TonyTrotmann) July 15, 2019
Art following life? ‘Here comes Hell. It’s redemption, right?’.
The pair, who met on a dating app, had been in a relationship for roughly 2 months when they went to a concert in Queens on Saturday night, according to Coromato.
They pair got into an argument at the show and drove to Utica, where police believe Clark allegedly pulled onto a side street and killed Devin, Coromato said.
The Instagram post in question read, ‘I am sorry Bianca’ — and showed the image of Devins with a cut throat, which was posted on 4 Chan.
Noted an Instagram post prior to Clark sharing photos of Bianca’s nearly decapitated body, ‘Here comes Hell. It’s redemption, right?’. The caption accompanied an image of a vehicle driving down the road.
Instagram had removed Clark’s account with the handle @yesjuliet by Monday morning.
The bio for his Instagram account read ’10/06/1997 – 7/14/19. Just know that I feel no pain now.’
@YesJuliet Instagram: ‘Find Somebody else to orbit’.
After the attack, Clark allegedly logged on to Discord under his username “aperatia” and posted a photo of Devins’ body, (see image below) writing, ‘sorry fxckers, you’re going to have to find somebody else to orbit.’
The phrase ‘find somebody else to orbit’ is a reference to the men’s rights movement and its red pill theory’s concept of ‘beta orbiter,’ which describes ‘low-value’ men who spend time with women they’re secretly in love with.
Of note, Brandon Clark, who also uses the name Brandon Kuwaliski had posted about his plans to die by suicide on social media on July 14, just hours before Devins was killed Buzzfeed reported.
Bianca Devins’ sister: ‘He was a family friend.’
On Instagram, the victim’s sister, Olivia Devins, described Clark a ‘family friend.’
‘It wasn’t just an ‘internet boyfriend’ this was a close family friend whom we’ve met and trusted so much. I do not want false information being spread around,’ she posted.
She also posted a tribute to her sister.
‘I hate that I have to write this.I hate knowing you’re not going to ever come back home. You were the best sister anyone could’ve ever asked for. Thank you for always being there for me. Thank you for being the best sister I could ever imagine. Thank you for always protecting me and sticking up for me. I am going to do this for you. Every day I’m going to do my best and I’m going to get through this thing called life and do it all for you. Rest easy, I love you so much forever and always,’ she wrote.
Come Monday afternoon, Clark was expected to recover from surgery. Cops said he hadn’t been charged with a crime pending questioning.
Police have not released a motive for the murder, but say that it is being investigated as a possible domestic incident.
Neighbors say the individual involved with the homicide wrote this on the ground where police say they found the body. We speak to neighbors on Poe Street tonight at five and six.@WKTV #wktv pic.twitter.com/9BzSt81NMp
— Brent Kearney (@BKearneyWKTV) July 15, 2019
Confirmed—Utica police indentify East Utica homicide victim is 17-year-old Bianca Devins of Utica. Her alleged killer is 21-year-old Brandon Andrew Clark of Bridgeport. Police say the two met on social media, and had a relationship. Investigation ongoing #WUTR #WFXV pic.twitter.com/pVZhTdodEP
— Ben Dennis (@broadcastben_) July 15, 2019