Iranian-born Nasim Aghdam shot three people before taking her own life at YouTube's headquarters in San Bruno, Calif., on Tuesday, but she left behind multiple eerie YouTube clips, RadarOnline.com can reveal.
In one video, Aghdam is seen making fun of a Selena Gomez music video. The 38-year-old lies on a bed and slithers around in what seems to be an attempt to appear sexy. She then chomps on a carrot while maintaining a straight face for the duration of the video.
The crazed killer puts her disturbing obsession with fame on full display in another clip Aghdam edited to make it appear she's performing a tacky karate routine in front of the America's Got Talent judges.
Aghdam also wears a skintight leopard onesie and performs various exercises in a bizarre posting, and she dresses in a revealing genie-like outfit and sways back and forth in yet another.
It was later revealed that Aghdam, a vegan and animal rights activist, may have been motivated to commit the March 3 YouTube massacre after she complained the popular video hosting service was mistreating her by taking down her clips, which, she claimed, caused her to lose revenue from viewings.
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Aghdam had four different YouTube channels: one channel in Farsi, one in Turkish, one in English, and another devoted to making bead necklaces.
Aghdam also regularly posted videos on other social media apps.
In one Instagram post, now removed, Aghdam asks, "When it comes to freedom of speech, do you think that Iran is better than USA, or USA is better than Iran?"
Hours before the shooting, Mountain View police approached Aghdam in her car sleeping after her family warned authorities she was extremely upset at YouTube and heading down to the headquarters.
"According to our report, at no point in our contact with the woman did she indicate she was a threat to herself or others," a Mountain View police official noted during a press conference.
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