Social media star boyfriend Brandon Clark snapped after seeing girlfriend, Bianca Devins kiss new man at concert- clues on Discord account reveal.
A 21 year old upstate NY man is thought to have murdered his 17-year-old social media star girlfriend in a jealous rampage after she kissed another man while attending a concert in Queens on Saturday night, officials said.
Oneida County District Attorney Scott McNamara on Tuesday revealed the possible motive for why Brandon Clark, 21, allegedly slit Bianca Devins‘ throat and posted photos of her body on Instagram.
‘The belief is that she kissed somebody at the concert and that’s what upset him,’ McNamara said, according to WKTV.
‘I have a very hard time understanding how anybody can justify taking another young person’s life because they kissed somebody else,’ he added.
A message sent by Devins shortly before she was murdered may have revealed Clark’s jealousy.
She wrote on gamer chat site Discord, where the pair first met two months ago, that she had kissed a man and held hands with him at a concert – but her ‘friend’, thought to be Clark, caught them and was ‘mad’.
She posted the message in a chat at 5.47am on Sunday and by 7am, when police in Utica, New York, were called, Devins was dead.
The messages sent on Discord, a service that allows gamers to communicate with each other via video, audio or text, reveal she had grown closer to the other man throughout the evening.
She told her friend the evening was going well, saying: ‘Hahaha. No he’s perfect. I’m in love.’
She then wrote: ‘We held hands my friend isnso [sic] mad. He saw us kiss. I kissed him twice.’
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
Bianca Devins Discord: ‘He saw us kiss. I kissed him twice. I think he’s mad.’
Utica Police Lieutenant Bryan Coromato said they received a call on Sunday morning that led them to the crime scene.
‘We got a call from one of the parents that was concerned about some things that were occurring in the relationship at this point,’ he said.
Bianca’s sister nixed rumors that the pair had only just met and that Clark was simply an ‘internet boyfriend’.
She wrote on Instagram ‘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 spread around.’
Clark has been charged with second-degree murder.
Social media star jealous boyfriend: ‘I’m sorry Bianca’
On Saturday, Devins and Clark had gone to a Nicole Dollenganger concert- with Clark driving them back to Utica at around 10pm.
He then allegedly snapped and slit his girlfriend’s throat.
Clark posted a photo of her body with the caption ‘I’m sorry Bianca’ to Instagram, which has been criticized for failing to remove it for almost a day.
He also allegedly posted a photo on a server on Discord, with the caption, ‘Sorry fxckers, you’re gonna have to find someone else to orbit.’
Orbit is an internet slang term for stalking a woman’s social media profile who you are sexually interested in.
After photos of her body emerged online, numerous people called 911 to report it. Police were already trying to find the pair when he called himself.
Police arrived at the scene on Sunday morning to find Clark lying on the ground beside a black SUV.
When the officer approached, he began to stab himself in the neck with a knife.
The officer requested emergency medical care as Clark then laid himself across a green tarp that was on the ground.
He was subsequently taken to hospital for emergency surgery, with his injuries described as ‘severe’ but not life-threatening.
He was charged with second-degree murder Monday night and faces 25 years in prison if convicted.
Rising internet star Bianca Devins was brutally murdered and images of her body have been shared countless times online. Now, the man accused of killing her and attempting suicide himself is facing charges in her death #ripbianca pic.twitter.com/G44bmhpzNB
— MikeGalanosHLN (@MikeGalanosHLN) July 16, 2019
Social media reacts to male misogyny:
Devins had plans to go to community college at the time of her death and has been described by her family as a talented artist and wonderful young girl the dailymail reported.
‘She is now looking down on us, as she joins her cat, Belle, in heaven,’ they said in a statement.
‘Bianca’s smile brightened our lives. She will always be remembered as our Princess.
‘Your prayers help to strengthen us through this difficult time.’
And then there were these comments on social media underscoring the tensions between the sexes and what many are wondering is hate and entitlement towards women. See what you think?
The Bianca Devins case is horrifying and exactly why we need to address this OVERWHELMING sense of entitlement men have over women and their personhood. The internet serves as an echo chamber for these ugly weird fucks to proliferate their ideas. stay OUT of my mention incels
— eat cheddar and sour cream ruffle and lie (@notiddiegoffgf) July 15, 2019
I wish men would stop bitching whenever girls “lead them on” or won’t give them a chance. No one owes anyone a chance. #biancadevins died because of this.
— little wobbly glitch (@wobblyglitch) July 15, 2019
Incel culture is repulsive beyond all merit. There are men celebrating the death of Bianca Devins, a 17yo, claiming she deserved it. People like to pretend these extremists don’t exist here. These people are wrong. They’re everywhere. They’re your sons. #RIPBianca
— Ad Astra // Jes (@vdvstrv) July 15, 2019
A lot of us (women/non-men) are on high alert after hearing about #BiancaDevins. The catcalls hit harder. The complements seem even more disingenuous. The stares feel life-threatening. Yesterday was a really hard day for a lot of us to just even exist. I’m scared to go out alone.
— Gluten-Free Yoga Pose (@dinixluna) July 16, 2019