The co-founder of the app videos I Came and president of HQ Trivia, Colin Kroll, has died at his home in Manhattan, in what appears to have been an overdose, according to the website about famous and entertainment TMZ.
The girlfriend of Kroll called the Police this Sunday morning because, after many unsuccessful attempts, had not been able to get in contact with him. The agents went to the home and found the corpse of Kroll along with drug paraphernalia.
police Sources told TMZ that the overdose appeared to be cocaine and heroin.
HQ Trivia Co-Founder and CEO Colin Kroll Dead at 35 of Apparent Drug Overdose https://t.co/O4t5TnPLCi? TMZ (@TMZ) December 16, 2018
Kroll, 35, was named CEO of HQ Trivia in 2015. A year before, he was dismissed from Twitter for being a "bad boss". Several women had complained about his inappropriate behavior, although he was not sued by any.
Your current company is losing audience so it takes a few months immersed in problems. Last January, it was the app most downloaded in iPhone. Currently, it is between position 250 and 500. In addition, employees had been accused of having an "aggressive style as a boss."
Twitter bought in 2013 I Came and joined for Kroll in its ranks as head of the brand. The company closed the application of videos and social network at the beginning of 2017. Previously, Kroll worked as chief Technology officer of Jetsetter and, between 2007 and 2009, he was head of Engineering at Yahoo.
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Publish Date : 20 Ocak 2019 Pazar 08:00
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