The family of the woman who went on a deadly shooting spree at YouTube’s headquarters in Northern California Tuesday says his daughter became upset with the streaming video company when they stopped paying her.
The father told CBS2 News’ reporter Tina Patel that the woman identified as Nasim Aghdam had gone missing for a few days. He said he had called law enforcement in the San Diego area because he was concerned about her recent ire towards YouTube.
As TGP’s Cassandra Fairbanks previously reported, an active shooter unleashed a barrage of bullets at the YouTube headquarters in San Bruno, California Tuesday afternoon.
Tuesday evening, the YouTube shooter was identified as 38-year-old Nasim Aghdam.
Nasim Aghdam complained she was being “discriminated and filtered on YouTube.”
Aghdam’s father told a CBS reporter Nasim had been missing for several days and when police picked her up in Northern California, he warned them she was angry at YouTube.