Serena McKay Beaten to Death on Facebook Live: Leaked Video Goes Viral on Twitter, Reddit, Etc

A 19-year-old girl from Manitoba, Canada, was beaten to death by her classmates while the incident was streamed live on Facebook. A new leaked video of Serena McKay getting beaten to death on Facebook Live is going viral on Twitter, Reddit, and other platforms.

If you want to know more about the incident and watch the trending video that is highly distressing at the same time, this post will help you. The unfortunate girl died due to the fatal assault while her killers were taken into custody by the police.

Serena McKay Murder on FB Live: What Happened?

Serena McKay, a 19-year-old student of Sagkeeng Anicinabe High School, was beaten to death by her classmates. The freak incident was streamed live on Facebook and the video remained on the platform for several hours. Thousands of people watched the graphic video.

The incident took place on April 22 or 23 in 2017. Two of Serena’s classmates called her in a private space and they started beating her combinedly. The brutal assault resulted in several wounds that took the life of the young girl.

A classmate of Serena McKay saw the live stream and informed the principal of their school, Claude Guimond, who then reported the incident to the Police and Facebook. The video was then taken down from the platform and an investigation was launched.

Facebook Live Vidoe of Serena McKay Beaten to Death Going Viral

The video from the Facebook live stream where Serena McKay was beaten to death by her classmates went viral after the news caught fire. Two versions of the incident, a short and a long one, were surfacing online.

Years later, another leaked video where Serena McKay is seen getting brutally beaten is going viral on Twitter, Reddit, and other social media platforms. The clip shows the victim’s beaten and bloodied face after the assault.

If you want to watch the viral video of Serena McKay that leaked online and shows the young girl getting beaten to death, I’d suggest that you stop looking for it. The clip has been taken down after CBS reported it to Facebook and RCMP.

You won’t be able to find it anywhere since such graphic videos are not supported by social media platforms. They violate the community guidelines. We won’t embed the video here as it would distress some of our readers.

Serena McKay was Seen Apologizing in the Video

The video shows Serena McKay getting beaten in a very brutal way. At least two females were present there and they were hitting Serena with boots and sticks. One of the also tried crushing Serena’s head with her boot as the sound of bones cracking could be heard.

“If you send anyone after me I will kill you. I will f–king kill you myself,” one female said to the victim. A lot of other swearing words were also heard in the clip with other sounds of impact. The victim was beaten mercilessly.

Upon getting hit, Serena was seen apologizing to the culprits. “I’m so sorry,” she said while crying. However, the context is not known for the apology and

why she was getting beaten ruthlessly.
Who Killed Serena McKay?

Serena McKay, 19, was killed by two of her classmates. One was aged 16 and the other was 17 at the time of the incident. As they were minors, their names were not made public. All three of them belonged to the Sagkeeng Anicinabe High School.

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They also lived in the same neighborhood in Manitoba, Canada. The body of Serena McKay was found at night near a home in Sagkeeng. It’s 100 kilometers northeast of Winnipeg. Before this, Serena was reported missing by her parents.

Once the culprits were caught, charges of second-degree murder were filed against them. The specific motive behind the girls killing their classmates was not made public. Our deepest condolences go to the family of Serena McKay.

Lately, such incidents of people sharing violent content on social media have increased drastically. In Serena’s case, the graphic video remained on the platform for several hours. Social networking sites must deploy better ways to get rid of such content quickly.

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