February 21, 2022

FL Father Remains Free Under Stand Your Ground After Killing TikTok Star Daughter’s Stalker

By Eric Daugherty

February 21, 2021 Updated 8:53 A.M. ET

NAPLES (FCV) – Ava Majury, who joined the popular social media app TikTok when she was just 13, now 15, was innocently hunted down by a stalker from Ellicott City, Maryland, nearly losing her life at her Naples, Florida home.

The New York Times published the details of the family’s story.

“Early on July 10, the fan — Eric Rohan Justin, 18, of Ellicott City, Md. — arrived with a shotgun at the Majury family home in Naples and blew open the front door. His weapon jammed; Ava’s father, Rob Majury, a retired police lieutenant, chased him off but fell,” the Times reported.

Majury stood his ground and defended his home when the stalker returned to his house. Justin was shot and left to die by morning after Majury shot him with his handgun.

The Naples family’s case of relentless self defense was only due to the Sunshine State’s generous Stand Your Ground Law, which states that “a person is justified in using or threatening to use deadly force” if the person “reasonably believes that using or threatening to use such force is necessary to prevent imminent death or great bodily harm.”

The story is one of support, with father Majury saying, “It’s like Christmas every day, because then you see it build. I think we just had to allow her to make a decision and sort of support her. I think it’s going to help her heal. It sounds corny, but I don’t know what else you would do it for.”

Ava said of her journey to internet fame, “I thought of all the benefits. … Most people would say the money. And yeah, it’s a huge benefit. But it’s the experience. I got to go to L.A., the people that I met. Just being able to make other people smile is what I like, the enjoyment of seeing the impact I made on some people’s lives. I’d post a video at night, close my eyes, and in the morning it was exciting to see how many views I got.”

Conservatives use the case as a vindication that more relaxed gun laws are needed so that good citizens, like ex-police officer Rob Majury, can defend their families.

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