Nasim Aghdam shot three people and then took her own life at YouTube's headquarters on Tuesday. Now, RadarOnline.com has learned the crazed killer's father warned police about his daughter's behavior!
Nasim told her family weeks before the shooting that the streaming site had "stopped everything" and "she was angry," Ismail Aghdam told The Mercury News. YouTube had apparently began censoring her videos and stopped paying her for her bizarre content, and Nasim was enraged.
"YouTube filtered my channels to keep them from getting views!" Aghdam wrote on her website. "There is no free speech in real world & you will be suppressed for telling the truth that is not supported by the system. Videos of targeted users are filtered & merely relegated, so that people can hardly see their videos!"
After Nasim failed to answer the phone for two days following her rage, Ismail called police to inform them his daughter was missing and could be on her way to the company's headquarters because she "hated" them.
On Tuesday, cops called Ismail to say they'd found Nasim and everything was "under control," only to have her attack the headquarters hours later.
The San Diego resident's videos consisted of animal rights and veganism content, mixed with wacky musical parodies. She had over 5,000 subscribers and at least four YouTube channels, according to Nasim herself. They were all removed in the hours leading up to the horrific shooting.
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