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Terrifying new images from Salvador Ramos’ gritty Yubo account show how the Texas shooter hoped to find fame with Don’t F*** With Cats

CHILLING photos from a Yubo account said to belong to Robb Elementary School gunman Savaldor Ramos reveal the teen’s sought-after fame, similar to that seen in the docuseries Don’t F*** With Cats.

The 18-year-old reportedly used the social networking app Yubo, which allows users to create video live streams with up to 10 friends.

A Yubo account reportedly owned by the alleged Uvalde shooter revealed the teenager wanted fame similar to Don't F*** With Cats

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A Yubo account reportedly owned by the alleged Uvalde shooter revealed the teenager wanted fame similar to Don’t F*** With CatsPhoto Credit: Yubo/Sun Exclusive
A user told The Sun that 18-year-old Salvador Ramos was constantly harassing girls online

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A user told The Sun that 18-year-old Salvador Ramos was constantly harassing girls onlinePhoto Credit: Yubo/Sun Exclusive

A female Yubo user exclusively told The Sun she was one of the many girls Ramos allegedly molested online.

“He was active every day and walked into our lives, repeating girl names until they caught his eye,” said the teen, who asked to remain anonymous.

She added that Ramos compared himself to the Netflix show Don’t F*** With Cats, a true crime docuseries in which a group of internet detectives launched a manhunt for Canadian actor Luka Magnotta in 2010.

Magnotta, real name Eric Clinton Kirk Newman, gained online infamy after sharing a graphic video of himself killing two kittens.

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The series follows Magnotta’s animal cruelty that eventually led to the 2012 murder of a Chinese international student, Jun Lin.

As with the other acts of violence, Magnotta posted video of the murder online

Magnotta is currently serving a life sentence in a Quebec prison.

According to the Yubo user, Ramos said he “wanted his name out there like that.”

The teenager shared with The Sun some screenshots she took of Ramos’ profile on the app – but believes footage may exist somewhere.

She said she’s keen for people to know how much information people have about him on the app.

“The only reason I’m sharing this is because the community on Yubo saw how little information anyone had about him and realized how much we knew about him,” she said.

“I’ve had messages from him since earlier this year, he’s been around us for a long time.

“There [are] Pages of Yubo, different communities where everyone knows their name and everyone is friends with each other. We all knew him.

“We just never thought of recording the things he said as they were being said. As this is a live streaming app, you can’t look up old lives or see old lives, everything is in the moment.

“The moment the shooting hit the news, a live event was done with over 200 people taking information from everyone to pass it on to the police.”

DISTURBING NEWS

Ramos also reportedly shared his plans with a 15-year-old girl from Germany, whom he met on the train platform days before the shooting that killed 21 people.

The girl, nicknamed Cece, told the New York Times she met Ramos online about two weeks before the shooting that killed 19 students and two teachers and injured more than a dozen others.

Cece claims Ramos revealed he bought a rifle and ammunition via video call in the days leading up to the May 24 shooting.

The two reportedly spoke on the morning of the shooting, just over an hour before Ramos began his attack. During that call, Cece claims that Ramos showed her his all-black outfit.

“I [sic] do something with her,” he wrote to Cece, claiming to have been waiting for his grandmother.

SHOCK TEXTS

Then, minutes later, Ramos texted another: “I just shot my grandma in the head,” followed by: “I’m going to shoot one.” [sic] primary school rn.”

Cece told the Times that while she was reading the messages when Ramos sent them, she wasn’t sure if she should believe him. Then, hours later, upon seeing the news, she said she contacted US authorities.

“Maybe I could have changed the outcome,” Cece told the Times.

“I just never knew he would actually do that.”

The messages were reportedly exchanged via Facebook.

Meta Communications Director said Andy Stone The messages Abbott described were one-to-one private text messages discovered after the tragedy.

The Sun reached out to Yubo for comment and received the following statement from the social network’s press team.

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“We are deeply saddened by this unspeakable loss and are cooperating fully with law enforcement in their investigation,” the statement said.

“At this time, we are legally unable to release certain user information outside of direct law enforcement requests, but can confirm that we are investigating an account that has since been suspended from the platform.”

Another girl said Ramos sent her chilling messages alluding to his conspiracy

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Another girl said Ramos sent her chilling messages alluding to his conspiracyPhoto Credit: Yubo/Sun Exclusive
Ramos shot dead 21 people, including 19 children, at Robb Elementary School on Tuesday

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Ramos shot dead 21 people, including 19 children, at Robb Elementary School on TuesdayCredit: AP

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