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Ronnie McNutt, 33, Takes His Own Life in a Facebook Livestream

Ronnie Mcnutt was an Iraq War veteran and Toyota plant worker, suffering from depression and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Last month he took his own life by livestreaming it onto Facebook.

He was said to be severely inebriated and feeling devastated over having recently parted ways with his girlfriend, so he picked up a rifle and started firing shots at himself, misfiring once before ultimately shooting and killing himself.

He was a cartoonist

Ronnie Mcnutt was a 33-year-old army veteran who tragically committed suicide by livestreaming himself shooting himself on Facebook. He had recently suffered from posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and depression following a recent break-up from his girlfriend and worked at a Toyota plant in New Albany Mississippi where his family have asked for privacy while mourning his passing.

Video footage of McNutt’s suicide quickly went viral, prompting Facebook to remove it. Since then, however, it has been reposted across other social media platforms like TikTok and Instagram and remains widely shared online. Facebook has come under criticism for failing to prevent its rapid spread.

Josh Steen, who was friends with McNutt, reported the video to Facebook for removal; but no action were taken until it was too late. Steen believes Facebook’s response may have been due to gunshot occurring after 22:00; their response would suggest they considered this video violative of guidelines on their platform.

He was a musician

Ronnie Mcnutt combines music and graphic arts into his professional life, making him one of the few musicians with dual careers in both fields. As well as performing, Ronnie draws numerous cartoons that have been published by various publications including The New York Times to illustrate articles about social issues or newsworthy events.

On August 31, a Mississippi man committed suicide by shooting himself with a shotgun livestreamed on Facebook. This video quickly went viral, being shared hundreds of thousands of times within hours after its posting online.

Family of the recently deceased man allege he was subjected to online harassment that ultimately contributed to his suicide. Tonya McNutt filed a report with Tennessee Department of Children’s Services alleging her son was being “manipulated” by two roommates.

Internet trolls haven’t stopped there; they have also set up fake social media accounts in his name and begun spreading video footage of his death via Tiktok and other platforms.

He was a songwriter

Ronnie Mcnutt was a prolific musician and writer. He contributed content for multiple podcasts such as Game Theory and Film Theory, wrote articles related to social media and gaming and hosted an annual awards show honoring industry excellence.

Joshua Steen wasn’t shocked when he saw Ronnie Mcnutt commit suicide via Facebook Live. The 33-year-old Army veteran had been struggling with various mental health issues resulting from his deployment in Iraq and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). Mcnutt was employed at Toyota plant in New Albany, Mississippi at the time.

Facebook has come under criticism for failing to take down the graphic video shared livestreamed by Mcnutt before his death, prompting parents to be concerned that young children are being coaxed into viewing such distressful footage.

He was a singer

Ronnie McNutt worked as a singer and recorded songs for various well-known musicians such as Van Morrison. Additionally, he provided session work for Beaver & Krause, Boz Scaggs, and Edgar Winter. Ronnie resided in New Albany Mississippi and worked at a Toyota plant before serving his army reserve duty locally theatre scene and celebrating his membership at Celebration Church Tupelo.

Harrowing footage of the 33-year-old’s suicide quickly went viral online and was widely shared via social media platforms, leaving friends and family shocked by her act of self-destruction.

Josh Steen, Ronnie Mcnutt’s friend, has been engaged in an uphill battle against Facebook and other tech companies over why the video is so widespread. Steen reported it while Ronnie was still alive but received no reply from them; since the video has traumatised children it is essential that we understand its context so as to safeguard young ones.