Bianca Devins, a seventeen-year-old Instagrammer girl from Utica, New York was murdered by the 21-year-old guy that is identified as Brandon Clark. Clark shared terrifying photos of Bianca’s corpse on Instagram, alongside a caption reading: “I’m sorry Bianca” on July 14. Her photos stayed on the murderer’s Instagram account for nearly 24 hours before they were annihilated. The photos which were posted at around 6.40am on Sunday had been reported being invasive by other people. Before the photos were removed they had been remained blurred with sensitive content filter for a day. It’s informed that Clark called police reporting them of the murder after he shared them on social media. Clark uploaded photos, showing his wounds and bloody hands, and another photo beside Devins’ corpse with the title, “I’m sorry Bianca.” on his Instagram account “@yesjuliet” which has been deleted later. In his previous post on Instagram, he shared a photo saying “Here comes Hell. It’s redemption, right?” Bianca’s very jittery and upset stepmother Kaleigh Nicole said on her social media account on Monday: “It is disgusting that people are sharing, screenshotting the pictures of Bianca’s tragic death “I have seen the pictures. I will FOREVER have those images in my mind when I think of her. When I close my eyes, those images haunt me.” After Bianca and Brandon met on social media, they have been seeing each other for 2 months. Devins’ sister says that her family was also closely acquainted with him. Her sister shared on social media: “it wasn’t just an ‘internet boyfriend’ this was a close family friend whom we’ve met and trusted so much. I do not want false information being spread around.” According to her family, they relied on Brandon and called him a “family friend”. Couple’s friend reported Bianca and Brandon had attended at a gig together. After the concert was over they went to Brandon’s home where some sort of argument ensued. Brandon got furious and envious that Bianca had flirted with another guy. According to the claim, after he killed Bianca, he called the cops threatened to damage himself. He immediately began attempting to suicide when police arrived at his home. Clark had updated his biography on Instagram to imply that he would commit suicide just before police arrived at the scene. “10/06/1997 – 7/14/19 Just know that I feel no pain now.” was written on his bio before his Instagram account was removed.
Clark was interviewed by detectives on Monday. Polices said, “On Saturday, July 13th, 2019 the two had planned to go to a concert together in New York City. Information that we have received is that they did go to the concert, arriving around 7:30 PM. They left the venue and proceeded back to Utica sometime after 10:00 PM. It is believed that some sort of argument ensued at the venue that precipitated the following engagement between the two. Sometime during the early morning hours of Sunday, July 14, 2019, the two arrived back in Utica and proceeded to the Poe St location. The investigation revealed that the argument progressed until the male produced a large, black-handled knife, and used this to inflict the injuries that caused her death.”