Woman presumed dead would have ‘predicted’ her own death and named the killer in a video on TikTok | News

Woman presumed dead would have ‘predicted’ her own death and named the killer in a video on TikTok | News
Woman presumed dead would have ‘predicted’ her own death and named the killer in a video on TikTok | News
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1 of 3 Brandi Bradley and Jonathan ‘John’ Christy — Photo: reproduction and disclosure
Brandi Bradley and Jonathan ‘John’ Christy — Photo: reproduction and disclosure

Whether with the intention of sharing a prediction or, most clearly, of indicating a person who would harm her, Brandi Bradley posted a video on TikTok saying the name of the man who would be her killer if she were found dead. “If I end up dead and my dismembered body is found all over Kokomo, it was John Christy,” Brandi said in a video posted last December. A month later she disappeared and this week Christy was charged with her murder.

In the same post, the woman also said she imagined her body in a burning trash can, an image that also has a strange connection to the case and is being analyzed by the police. Check out the video at the end of the text.

2 of 3 Jonathan Christy — Photo: publicity
Jonathan Christy — Photo: publicity

According to the Kokomo Police Department, Brandi was reported missing by family members on February 11, 2024. The last time she had contact with her family was January 19. Court documents indicate that one of the locations searched by police was a dumpster where Christy is said to have thrown away and burned items belonging to him and his late wife, who died in July 2023. In the dumpster was a belt and bones that doctors believe to be humans, including arm bones, ribs and fingers. When questioned by police, Christy allegedly said police wouldn’t find anything unusual in the dumpster and claimed he had nothing to do with the disappearance of the woman – who he said he hadn’t seen in weeks following an argument in their apartment.

While police have not confirmed that Brandi’s body was found, if the remains belong to her, there is another strange connection to her TikTok page. In another video she posted in November, she had her face superimposed on a burning dumpster. Since Christy’s arrest, viewers have commented on how “chilling” the footage is, saying “it’s like she knew” in the post.

3 of 3 Brandi Bradley in portrait released by police — Photo: reproduction
Brandi Bradley in portrait released by police — Photo: reproduction

According to police, John and Brandi lived together and officers were called to the home five times between December 30, 2023, and January 19, 2024. Then, on February 26, there was a major twist in the case – when an alleged witness came forward. presented saying the suspect offered him $500 in exchange for help with a job, only to show up at the house and hear him say, “It’s done.”

Inside the house, this witness said, was Bradley’s corpse with a bag over his head and a belt around his neck. The witness stated that Christy said the woman destroyed the house, which made him “lose control” and beat her with a wrench. The witness said they were threatened to help transport the body, which he said he helped transport to Christy’s truck before taking it to the dumpster, where the likely bone fragments were later found. “I have to burn her,” Christy reportedly said, before the body “was completely engulfed” in flames.

The article is in Portuguese

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