A Russian YouTuber named Stanislav Reshetnyak abused his girlfriend live on air this winter. He locked his pregnant girlfriend on the balcony with her underwear in the cold weather. The YouTuber, nicknamed Reeflay, broadcast the incidents live, causing his girlfriend to die of cold in front of everyone. After a while, Reeflay let his girlfriend in and left her lifeless body in the seat behind him. Paramedics arrived at the home after the incidents and announced the death of his 28-year-old girlfriend Valentina Grigoryeva. Throughout this whole process, the live stream remained on.
Stanislav sentenced to 6 years in prison for manslaughter
Valentina Grigoryeva’s medical examination revealed traumatic brain injury, a brain hemorrhage, and numerous bruises on her body. The Ramensky City Court database for the Moscow region says a judge found Reshetnyak, 30, guilty of manslaughter on Tuesday. Russian State news agency TASS reported that Reshetnyak will be sent to a maximum-security prison.
It is unclear whether Reshetnyak plans to appeal his sentence. Grigoryeva’s death, which was broadcast live, shed light on the “trash-streaming” content trending on Russian YouTube. Other incidents have emerged in the garbage publishing trends.
Another garbage-streaming creator is trying to bury a homeless man alive. After all these events, Russian lawmakers took action and began working in parliament. Those who publish garbage or produce such content will face up to 6 years in prison.