TikToker Rory Teasley dies at 28 after alleged video game fight

The TikTok community has lost a rising star.

Rory teasley, a content creator known as @ too2pump4tv on the social media platform, was reportedly choked to death on January 6 after an argument with her 10-year-old boyfriend, Docquen Jovo Watkins, according to a press release from Sheriff Michael J. Bouchard’s office in Oakland County, Michigan.

Police alleged Teasley, 28, and Watkins, 31, had an argument while playing Monitoring, a team shooting game, in a Pontiac residence. Officers responded to the scene shortly before midnight following a report of a domestic assault and found Teasley unconscious and not breathing, the statement said.

Authorities said Watkins called 911 and told police her boyfriend was “sleeping” on the sofa after the fight.

Teasley was taken to a local hospital, where he was pronounced dead. The Oakland County Medical Examiner’s Office confirmed to E! News that Teasley died of asphyxiation and neck compression and that his death was deemed a homicide.


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