Channing Smith (Died By Suicide) Wiki, Age, Bio, Cause of Death, Family, Girlfriend,

Channing Smith

Channing Smith is a 16-year-old boy he died on September 22nd, 2019 by suicide after he was outed being bisexual on social media.

Channing Smith Age

He was 16 years old.

Channing Smith Education

Channing smith was a junior at coffee county central high school in manchester. His dream to be an engineer he loved motorcycles,

Punk rock music and corvettes had not openly discussed his sexuality or identified as LGBTQ according to his Brother And Girlfriend.

Channing Smith Brother’s (Joshua Smith) Statement

Joshua Smith Wrote On Facebook. The teenager killed himself after discovering that sexually explicit messages he exchanged with another boy had been shared on social media by classmates who wanted to humiliate and embarrass him

Channing Smith Mother (Crystal Smith)

His mother, Crystal Smith, said her son’s death is a reminder that “posting one little picture can destroy somebody’s life.”“I can’t describe the pain,” she told the local TV news station WKRN. “You can’t understand it. How somebody could be that mean to somebody just for the fun of it? It doesn’t make any sense.”

Channing Smith Girlfriend (Hailey Meister)

Meister Said ” He Didn’t deserve that. He was kind and loving and a very good person”

she added that when the message hit social media, Channing Smith told her ” how bad it made him feel and it was a mistake.. he was trying to find himself and people called him bisexual but he never classified specifically as that.”

District Attorney Statement

However, the district attorney expressed his “heartfelt condolences to his family” and said he is “deeply saddened by the tragic loss.”

Northcott has previously faced criticism for anti-LGBTQ+ views, which critics are concerned could influence his views of the case. In a 2018 video, he said that he refuses to enforce Tennessee’s domestic violence laws in cases of intimate partner violence between same-sex spouses because he doesn’t “recognize it as marriage.”

“[T]he reason that there’s enhanced punishment on domestic violence is to recognize and protect the sanctity of marriage,” Northcott said, adding: “There’s no marriage to protect.”

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