Ava Majury stalker

Last week, we reported that Ava Majury’s father, a retired police officer, killed her armed stalker when he tried to invade their home over the summer. It has since been revealed that Ava, 15, is set to testify in a Florida courtroom against a separate stalker of hers this coming Monday. 

Backstory: 15-Year-Old TikTok Star’s Retired Cop Dad Kills Her Stalker When He Tries To Invade Their Home With Shotgun

Ava Majury To Testify Against Another Stalker

Daily Mail reported that Ava has been terrified for her safety in the months since her armed stalker Eric Rohan Justin, 18, broke into her home. Her family moved to a new home and even pulled Ava from school. But, another stalker has started following her movements. 

This new stalker, whose identity is being withheld because he is a minor, had been texting Eric before the break in. On top of all that, a separate male classmate of Ava’s sent her a video of him shooting a gun at a shooting range.

“She is genuinely afraid for her safety. It is a shame that it too often seems it takes a tragedy for everyone to ask: Why didn’t we act sooner?” Lanny Davis, a lawyer representing the Majury family, told Fox News.

Ava Speaks Out

Ava said yesterday that she has gone public with the story in the hopes of helping others understand the dangers of social media. 

“Social media can connect people of all walks of life and create a sense of community,” she said. “But I’m telling my story so that young people and parents are also aware of the dangers of social media.”

“I could never have imagined my innocent posts would result in a stranger showing up at my front door with a shotgun,” Ava added. “I urge young people and parents to immediately report any threat or signal of violence, and not wait until it’s too late.”

The Majury family is hoping that Monday’s hearing will result in Ava obtaining an injunction for protection so she can return to school. 

“The hearing was delayed, and initially they wouldn’t let Ava testify, but she is testifying at this hearing,” said a family spokesperson. “We’re hoping that’s a big development that could help her in getting the injunction.”

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Ava Staying On TikTok 

Despite all of this, Ava will be staying on TikTok, where she can make $1,700 a video. Her family is still supporting her social media career on TikTok, which she joined two years ago when she was 13 years old. 

“I have three TikTok accounts, so I could have one brand come to me and be like, ‘Oh, I’ll do $1,000 for one video on your main account,’ and I’ll be like, ‘Oh great, I have two other accounts that are different types of people on there,'” Ava said last week. “So altogether, I’m making $1,700 off just my name, because I opened up three accounts rather than just building off one.”


Ava’s Parents Support Her

Ava’s parents released a statement yesterday in which they explained their decision to support her TikTok career.

“As parents, all that we’ve ever wanted is the best for Ava,” Rob and Kim Majury said in a joint statement. “While becoming social media famous was not in the plan, we support our daughter’s endeavors entirely. Never in our wildest dreams did we think a fun pastime could lead to a near-death experience.”

Rob Majury will not be charged with the fatal shooting of Ava’s stalker because of Florida’s Stand Your Ground laws. The Majury family’s story is something that other parents should keep in mind when considering whether to allow their teenagers to use social media.  

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