April 3, at 8: April 20, at 2: Police called the family at 2 a. In an interview Tuesday night with the Bay Area News Group, Ismail Aghdam said his year-old daughter told her family a couple of weeks ago that YouTube had been censoring her videos and stopped paying her for her content.
A police spokeswoman confirmed that officers had found a woman of the same name asleep in a vehicle early Tuesday morning in a parking lot. At the conclusion of our discussion, her family was notified that she had been located. Sign up for our new Morning Report weekday newsletter. Ismail Aghdam said his daughter was a vegan activist and animal lover.
As a youngster, she would not even kill ants that invaded the family home, instead using paper to remove them to the back yard, he said. State records show she had once established a charity called Peace Thunder Inc. She told her family that YouTube had stopped paying her for the content she posted to the site, Ismail Aghdam said. Aghdam was prolific on social media, posting videos and photos on Instagram, Facebook, YouTube.
Her YouTube channel included strange workout video clips, graphic animal abuse videos and vegan cooking tutorials. But recent posts show evidence of her growing frustration. On a March 18 Instagram post, she railed at YouTube: This is the peaceful tactic used on the internet to censor and suppress people who speak the truth and are not good for the financial, political … gains of the system and big businesses.
I recently got filtered on instagram too and maybe its related to youtube and youtube staff asked instagram to filter me here too!!? A video that has nothing bad in it. A law enforcement source on Tuesday afternoon said investigators were looking into whether she may have been targeting a boyfriend, however San Bruno Police late Tuesday night confirmed she was the attacker but said investigators were trying to determine her motive.
In the interview with this news organization, her father said the family knew nothing about Nasim owning a gun. His mother could be heard crying in the home and his father asked one reporter about the condition of the victims. The family came to California from Iran in , Shahran said. He said Nasim had been living recently with her grandmother in San Diego. He said she was missing since Saturday and not answering her cell phone. When he learned his sister was in Mountain View, he Googled the city and found out it was near YouTube headquarters.
He said he called the Mountain View police, who found her and reported back that she was fine, and they would keep an eye on her. He said she never hurt anyone until today, and has no idea where she may have gotten a gun.