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TikToker Ava Majury, 15, seen in court to confront a ‘stalker who filmed himself with a gun after the first teenager tried to kill her’

TIKTOKER Ava Majury was pictured arriving in court on Monday to seek a restraining order against one of her classmates.

The 15-year-old says so classmate has harassed and stalked her and helped lead another assailant to her Florida home.

TikTok star Ava Majury was pictured arriving in court today to seek a restraining order against one of her classmates

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TikTok star Ava Majury was pictured arriving in court today to seek a restraining order against one of her classmatesPhoto credit: Splash
Ava and her parents walk into the courtroom in Naples, Florida

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Ava and her parents walk into the courtroom in Naples, Florida
Ava Majury and her dad Rob making cameos on his daughter's TikTok page

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Ava Majury and her dad Rob making cameos on his daughter’s TikTok pagePhoto credit: Tiktok

Ava is reportedly seeking a domestic violence restraining order against the classmate for observing and stalking her on school grounds.

she is to testify in court in Collier todaywho is seeking an injunction that would prevent her alleged stalker from contacting her.

The student, who is unnamed because he is under 18, allegedly sent around a threatening video of him firing a gun at a shooting range.

Ava also says the student exchanged messages with another stalker, Eric Rohan Justin, who allegedly tried to kill her last year.

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The student claims he warned Ava about Justin and told her he had a gun and was going to attack her.

Ava and her family said they are very concerned for her safety and she has had to be withdrawn from school due to growing threats from the alleged stalker.

In June 2021, Eric Rohan Justin showed up at the Majury family home in Florida with a shotgun and allegedly planned to shoot Ava while she was sleeping.

Ava’s father Rob, a retired police officer, shot and killed Justin after trying to enter the house.

Rob Majury was not convicted under Florida’s Stand Your Ground Law Protections.

Ava’s parents had reportedly allowed the TikTok star to sell selfies to Justin for $300 weeks before the incident.

Despite being threatened by two stalkers, her parents have allowed her to remain on social media and she continues to maintain active Instagram and TikTok accounts.

“As parents, all we ever wanted is what’s best for Ava,” Rob and Kim Majury said in one joint statement to Fox News.

“While not planning on becoming famous on social media, we fully support our daughter’s efforts. Never in our wildest dreams would we have thought that a fun pastime could lead to a near-death experience.”

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Cruel trolls have tried to blame Ava, telling her to stay off social media.

In a comment on Ava’s Instagram, one troll wrote: “Really everything, it’s your fault for over sexing yourself.

“I even sold him pictures instead of blocking him at all, you really killed a person lol.”

Majury has made a name for herself on Instagram and TikTok

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Majury has made a name for herself on Instagram and TikTok
Ava Majury outside the Florida courthouse today

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Ava Majury outside the Florida courthouse today
Ava Majury testifying in court for a restraining order against her

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Ava Majury testifying in court for a restraining order against her “second stalker.”
Ava Majury and her family outside the courtroom in Naples, Florida today

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Ava Majury and her family outside the courtroom in Naples, Florida today

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