Popular TikTok Couple Charged With Murder in Connection to Shooting Death of Georgia Man

(Images: Walker County Sheriff's Office)

A popular TikTok and Onlyfans couple was arrested and charged with murder earlier in the month in correlation with the fatal shooting of a Georgia man, according to Radar .

Both Johntae Collier and Eric Dodds, both 23, were apprehended on August 10 and August 16, respectively, in correlation with the August 1 murder of Dakota Bradshaw, 29.

Before being apprehended and jailed earlier in the month, the couple went viral on TikTok for their pro-LGBTQ+ subject matter.

Dodds, who was eventually named as a 2nd suspect in Bradshaw’s murder, originally claimed Collier was innocent and even set up a GoFundMe account to confirm his boyfriend’s innocence.

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Prior to Dodds’ online defending of Collier, there was uncertainty and pure conjecture on social networks that Collier had been arrested for murdering Dodds, which was not the case.

According to a press release issued by the Georgia Bureau of Investigation on Thursday, Collier was arrested on Wednesday, August 10, after the GBI acquired a murder warrant for the social media personality on August 8.

After raiding Collier’s Huntsville, Alabama home, the US Marshals Task Force, special agents with the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency, and the Huntsville Police Department SWAT team performed the search warrant and ended up taking him into custody.

On Monday, August 15, the GBI acquired murder warrants for Dodds, which were then conducted by the United States Marshals Task Force in Huntsville, Alabama a day later on August 16. Hollywood Unlocked broke the story first.

Collier was immediately taken to Alabama’s Madison County Jail before being extradited to Georgia’s Walker County Jail, at which he continues to be held.

Dodd was immediately taken to Alabama’s Limestone County Jail, where he is expected to remain while awaiting extradition to Walker County Jail.

Prior to the couple’s incarceration, Major Mike Freeman of the Walker County Sheriff’s Office notified the GBI for assistance in trying to investigate Bradshaw’s August 1 murder after receiving reports of shots being fired at Bradshaw’s Rossville, Georgia residence.

When authorities arrived on the scene, they discovered Bradshaw shot inside his residence, and he was declared dead after being taken to a local hospital.

Witnesses nearby at the moment of the shooting reported seeing a red truck and a blue Dodge Challenger fleeing the scene from Bradshaw’s residence briefly after the initial reports of gunshots.


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