The media had not reported on the charges against TikTok cosplayer Yandere Freak until September 2021. Yandere Freak continued to post on social media platforms like TikTok and Instagram even after being charged with manslaughter in Texas. Their TikTok account, which has over 1.6 million followers, was made private on September 28, 2021, once the attention towards the manslaughter charge grew on social media. Currently, their TikTok account still has millions of followers. In order to focus on working on Yandere Simulator full time, I decided to create a Patreon account. However, with time passing so slowly, it feels like I’ve been waiting for centuries. Let’s try to do better next time, shall we? Before playing this game, it’s worth looking up trigger warnings as there are some heavy subjects involved.
When playing this video game, there are two main HUD elements to take note of. The real name of the social media star known as Yandere Freak is Mary Anne Oliver-Snow, and they also go by the names “Snow” and “SnowtheSaltQueen.” According to court records from Harris County, Oliver-Snow is accused of fatally shooting a friend in Houston while under the influence of alcohol. If the player deletes the “fun.txt” file or modifies the JSON file while the game is running, and then restarts the day to apply the changes, Ayano will be taken to a version of the game with a low school environment, no students, and Fun Girl chasing her. This fan animation is based on the game “Yandere Simulator.” Although the game is still in development, I have high hopes for its success. And of course, you can always find a way to hack it. In the game, a pop-up will appear when Ayano’s sanity reaches 0%. To restore sanity, the player can look at a picture of Senpai, stay in Senpai’s aura for some time, or repeatedly press the Left CTRL key to laugh hysterically. The game involves managing various aspects such as your character’s reputation and sanity. Saiko No Sutoka, a survival horror video game, is developed by the independent studio Habupain. If you’re interested, read this tutorial and start playing the game!
The defendant admitted to handling the gun and playing around with it for hours. Oliver-Snow was charged with four curfew violations, three instances of having a dead GPS battery, and seven occasions of GPS without cell service in July 2021. Although Oliver-Snow appeared in court, they were allowed to remain free on bond until trial. The gun had been out for approximately two to three hours before the shooting occurred. The victim, Hastings, passed away one day after the incident. Oliver-Snow and Hastings had been friends since high school, and Hastings was staying with Oliver-Snow at the time, as stated by Yandere Freak to the police. Other witnesses who were present during the shooting and its aftermath also believed that the gun was not loaded and heard Hastings jokingly asking Oliver-Snow to shoot her. According to the complaint, Yandere Freak informed the investigators that they usually put the gun back in the case when they are drinking, but this time they didn’t think about it because the gun was empty. While some stalkers may exhibit yandere tendencies, not all stalkers are yandere. Your soul is a constant battlefield of different emotions, and love can easily turn into rage, pushing you towards actions that are not quite satisfactory.
As per court records, Oliver-Snow is ordered to have no contact with Hastings’ family members. Mary Anne Oliver-Snow was released on $20,000 bond on January 19, 2021, after being charged with second-degree manslaughter. The second-degree felony manslaughter charge carries a potential prison sentence of 2 to 20 years, as per Texas state law. Since their arrest on the manslaughter charge on January 18, 2021, Oliver-Snow has been out on bond. They were indicted by a grand jury on the second-degree felony manslaughter charge in April 2021 and have remained free on bail awaiting trial. In a violation report related to their bond conditions, Oliver-Snow was accused of failing to report to pretrial services, not complying with curfew requirements, and not following the rules of the electronic monitoring program. Prosecutors sought to revoke Oliver-Snow’s bail on August 3, 2021, alleging violations of the conditions of their release. According to court records, Oliver-Snow was required to undergo drug and alcohol testing, abstain from alcohol, marijuana, or controlled substances unless prescribed by a doctor, and prohibited from using or possessing firearms.