Kim Kardashian, Saweetie and the Internet CALL OUT Police to Investigate Robert Fuller’s Death

Kim Kardashian, Saweetie and other celebrities call for an investigation into the death of 24-year-old Robert Fuller, whose body was found hanging from a tree in the middle of Palmdale, California.

His body was found in a very prominent spot of Palmdale, a city just north of Los Angeles. The park where he was found is in front of City Hall, down the street from the sheriff’s department and across the street from the fire department, but no surveillance cameras were consulted when the initial cause of death was pronounced.

The investigation of Fuller’s death is still ongoing, but the police department believes he died by suicide. Other people though, they don’t think that’s the case considering how public the display was. 

The City of Palmdale initially released a statement saying that, “this unfortunate incident was allegedly a death by suicide.”

And another statement from the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department was released saying,  “Although the investigation is on-going, it appears Mr. Fuller, tragically, committed suicide. A full autopsy is anticipated in the immediate future.”

The news of Fuller’s death has spread to social media, and the hashtag #JusticeforRobertFuller began trending over the weekend. Thousands of responses believe that Fuller died of homicide, and that it was the result of a hate crime.

After the initial announcement, hundreds of local citizens gathered in the Palmdale park where Fuller’s body was found to demand a further investigation into his cause of death.

Other social media stars and celebrities have taken to Twitter as well to demand justice for the Fuller family, who also believe that Robert’s death wasn’t a suicide. Celebrities including Kim Kardashian and “My Type” rapper Saweetie took to the app to call for the justice in Robert’s case.

Now, because of the outrage with the county police department, The City of Palmdale has reopened the investigation and released a Facebook statement calling for justice and assuring the community that they “will settle for nothing less than a thorough accounting of this matter.” 

CITY OF PALMDALE OFFICIAL STATEMENT:June 13, 2020Following the death of Mr. Robert Fuller, the City of Palmdale is…

Posted by City of Palmdale – Government on Saturday, June 13, 2020