Before leaping to his death, a guy throws his 77-year-old mom over a UC Irvine building


Police in California claim that before leaping to his own death, an ex UC Irvine student allegedly scooped up and hurled his elderly mom from a school building.

The guy, 36-year-old Andrew, had his mom Thao, 77, leap off a tall building before he did.

Authorities have classified it as a murder-suicide and are still investigating the reason.

As stated by the Irvine Police Force, the incident took place in broad daylight on Tuesday at about 4 p.m.

In a statement released by the IPD, it was claimed that he had previously had several encounters with the police.

The most recent incident occurred in 2019, when he was a student at the institution, and local councils got in touch with him for what they called “mental health problems.”

He majored in biological sciences at UC Irvine from 2017 to 2019, although he never received a diploma.

At the time of the occurrence, he had no connection to the institution.

The Los Angeles Times reports that he sexually attacked his roommate while he was sent to a mental health facility in 2019.

After his mom provided his $100,000 bond, he was freed from detention after being detained.

He eventually entered a guilty plea to the accusations, received a punishment of 156 days in prison, and a 3-year probationary period that concluded in July of this year.

Doan resided in Irvine with his mom. A neighbor described him as a “troubled young man” to Press-Telegram.

The longstanding neighbor claimed that “(Doan) had devils.” It’s an awful thing.

He claimed that Thao  was a well-liked yet “reserved” individual who was frequently spotted planting in her garden.

He and his mom visited the university, but the reason why is still unknown.

According to a school official, the facility where he and his mom died had fliers and other information for preventing suicide placed on the walls.

Note: The 988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline may be reached at any time by dialing 988 if you or one of your family members are battling with suicidal intentions.

They are reachable by phone or live chat every single day.

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