Subscriber Account active since. On July 22, , ABC's "Good Morning America" aired a segment about a preteen in central Florida whose family had been engulfed by internet harassment, predominantly from the underground forum 4chan. The year-old, who was then best known by a stylized Myspace alias, "Jessi Slaughter," had been feuding with "haters" in a series of expletive-filled rants posted on YouTube. In the first video , the preteen told antagonists she would "pop a glock" in their mouths and "make a brain slushie. But the national discussion about cyberbullying and the preteen's behavior in the videos obscured the disturbing rumors that inspired them. Posts on social media said the year-old had told classmates and internet friends about having a sexual relationship with a year-old named Jesus David Torres, better known as Dahvie Vanity, the frontman of a Myspace-famous alternative scene band called Blood on the Dance Floor.
One Sunday night in June , year-old Dianna Farrell sat alone in her bedroom in the dark, listening to a Christian radio show where teens discussed their troubles on-air. The host, a man named Dawson McAllister, seemed kind: he spoke to callers empathetically and even gave them advice. Farrell picked up the phone and dialed in. When McAllister asked her what was wrong, she took a deep breath, then told him about the man who had sexually assaulted her at her home eight days earlier. A show staffer called the police. She was terrified. She spent most of her free time on the computer by herself, creating digital artwork and learning how to edit photos online.
Dozens of accusers have made allegations against Dahvie Vanity, but Leonhardt's story was forgotten
Blood on the Dance Floor were an American electronic music group from Orlando, Florida , formed in The group's longest-standing lineup, from to , consisted of Jesus David Torres also known as Dahvie Vanity born and Jayy Von Monroe born The group released nine studio albums before breaking up in following Von Monroe's departure. It was reformed by Vanity the following year, initially with Fallon Vendetta. After Vendetta's departure, Vanity became the sole member of the group. Since , Vanity has been releasing music under the moniker Kawaii Monster. The group was originally nothing but a joke, which soon developed into Blood on the Dance Floor [ citation needed ] in The group self-released their first album, Let's Start a Riot , in April During the recording of their second album, It's Hard to be a Diamond in a Rhinestone World , Mongillo and Fugate left, and the band was picked up by producer and writer Rusty "Lixx" Wilmot.
Dahvie Vanity, lead singer for the colorful, spiky-haired band Blood on the Dance Floor, is under investigation by Chris Hansen for sexual assault allegations made against him by twenty-one women. During a recent interview, Hansen talked with two persons claiming assault by Dahvie Vanity. Apparently Dahvie Vanity manipulated young, starstruck girls into trusting him and used this to his advantage to sexually assault them.