TikTok Eliminates account Connected to Pennsylvania Teenager accused of murdering wheelchair-bound sister

A TikTok accounts thought to belong to some Pennsylvania adolescent accused of murdering her wheelchair-bound old was removed from the social networking program for breaking up the provider's neighborhood guidelines, Fox News has learned.

TikTok Eliminates account Connected to Pennsylvania Teenager accused of murdering wheelchair-bound sister

Fox News has confirmed that TikTok shut the accounts @spiritsandsuchconsulting, which users have connected to 14-year-old Claire Miller from the days because she had been detained in connection with the stabbing death of her sister Helen, 19, in the household's Manheim Township house earlier this week, authorities have stated.

TikTok's Community Guidelines say the program doesn't allow"people or associations on our system who market or are engaged in violence" A source familiar into this issue confirmed on Friday that the accounts was supposed to have been linked to Miller.

Based on Insider, @spiritsandsuchconsulting had obtained roughly 32,000 followers at its last days on the program, and latest movies shared on the accounts seemingly demonstrate the adolescent suspect and her loved ones.

Additional TikTok users shared videos along with screengrabs of all @spiritsandsuchconsulting's posts following the page was eliminated.

The Manheim Township Police Department declared Monday that Claire Miller called 911 shortly after 1 a.m. that afternoon and said she'd murdered her sister.

According to an arrest affidavit shared openly online, she had been"hysterical" while online.

Miller was waiting out and waved an arriving officer as his car pulled up in 1:13 a.m., the affidavit shows. The officer explained in the report Miller"differently stated,'I chased my sister'"

In addition, he reported seeing blood near the property's driveway.

"[Miller] seemed to be trying to scrub her hands at the snow," the police report says." [She] had what seemed to be blood on her trousers."

Officers went to the house to locate 19-year-old Helen Marie Miller in one of the bedrooms, along with her face covered with a bloodied pillow.

After the officer proceeded the cushion, he"found a huge knife in Helen's neck, just over her chest," that the affidavit additional states.

From the time officers had came,"a great quantity of blood" had pooled on Helen's torso and mattress. She had been not able to be spared.

Claire and Helen's parents were asleep and home at the time of the alleged assault, authorities said.

Claire was ordered held without bail throughout her Monday morning arraignment.

You need to login to comment.

Please register or login.

RELATED NEWS