Hannah Buchholz Death Hoax – All There Is To Know
When news of Hannah Buchholz Death reached the internet, many people were happy about her news others believed she faked her death to get sympathy from people after what she did.
Hannah’s hatred sprung up after a video she recorded of a teenager badly beating up for allegedly stealing vape.
The video saw Jacob Gunderson being beaten pretty badly by a bunch of local teenagers.
The teenagers involved are Ruby Jimenez Nevarez, Alexis Strike, and Chase Passon, all of the age 18 and all from Eau Claire.
They have been charged after the video surfaced on Instagram. Hannah Buchholz was the one who recorded the video of the incident.
Jacob was reportedly drugged and beaten seriously for allegedly stealing a drug called Paraphernalia.
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He was thrown out of a car, barely conscious, and was left bloody with his grandma.
A woman saw the video and contacted the police. Hannah’s voice was heard egging the assaulters on and using racial slurs in the video while Jacob was being attacked.
An online petition asked for Hannah’s arrest after the video went viral that she was the one that recorded the video without intervening.
Hannah Buchholz Death Hoax
In part, the petition also states that she took part in the beating as, at a point in the video, she showed off her bloodied hands.
The demands at the petition were for her to face the trial as an adult.
According to reports, she was released on probation while the others involved were charged to court with humble misdemeanors.
His fans created a “GoFundMe” account, and the hashtag “JusticeforJacob” was amongst the top trends on Twitter. The goal of GoFundMe was targeted to raise $5,000 for his hospital bill but surpassed the goal surprisingly.
Family and well-wishers did a rally on behalf of Jacob with his mother present.
At that time, Jacob was still recovering from his injuries which also involved damage to his brain.
Therefore the news of Hannah Buchholz’s death is nothing but a hoax.