Snapchat Suicide: 15-Year-Old Tovonna Holton's Nude 'Revenge Porn' Video, Photos -- Ex-Boyfriend Responds

Paula Mooney

Tovonna Holton is a 15-year-old girl who took her own life when Snapchat photos and video of a naked Tovonna allegedly spread around her school. As reported by the Daily Beast, the death of Holton by her own hands is being called a case of bullying and revenge porn, even if all the details behind Tovonna's death aren't clear.

According to Tovonna's mother, Levon Holton-Teamer, Tovonna was sent to clean her room on Sunday, and that's when she took her own life with her mother's gun. Levon said she tried to enter the bathroom and couldn't enter. When she got in, she discovered Tovonna bleeding from the head and a puddle of blood.

Now Tovonna's family wants someone to pay, but the details are still being sorted out on how the video of Tovonna spread. The Daily Beast reports that it was Tovonna's ex-boyfriend who posted Tovonna's nude video on Twitter -- and only after he and Tovonna had broken up. Christian Coyle-Watts, Tovonna's friend, reported that Tovonna and her boyfriend had fought on Saturday night-- the evening before Tovonna killed herself.

"Tovonna knew [her friend] posted the video, but Tovonna's boyfriend posted it, trying to expose her in a derogatory way. He did it just because he knew he could, and it would hurt her feelings."

"She was so beautiful. I wish I can go back in time and prevent all of this. No one is at fault. She had problems going on that no one knew about. Let my angel rest in peace."

That particular Snapchat photo or video of Tovonna only existed online for about two hours because he told her to take it off, he claimed. According to him, Tovonna wasn't worried about that Snapchat photo or video. He claims that he told Tovonna to take it down because he didn't like what was on Snapchat.

He claimed bullying wasn't the issue at all and that Tovonna had plenty of other things on her mind all at the same time and that she was the kind of person that reacted without thinking.

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