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TikToker with ‘Killer Family’ goes viral for exposing murderous secrets

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Every family has their issues – but @cassdamm's family really takes that problem to a whole other level.

The 19-year-old TikToker revealed that her family have quite an extensive criminal history – and now tells the stories of her family's deadly past filled with murder and suicide.

In a series of videos entitled 'Exposing my family's problems,' Cass shows photos of her family members and everything that went wrong in their lives.

Many of the women in her family committed suicide by the time they reached their mid-thirties and one of them even had attempts on her life.

In a video where she speaks about her great grandmother shooting herself in the middle of singing What A Wonderful World she also exposes her other grandmother's mugshot and the horrifying events that lead to it.

The captions read: "My great-grandma Eva sang this song and in the middle, she pulled out a gun and unlived herself… "

Before revealing the mugshot and adding: "My psycho grandma who pulled her corpse out of the coffin and shook her til her head fell off in front of everyone at the funeral."

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Further along in the series, she made a video showing several of her relatives where she claims her uncle is a murderer and friends with a cannibal – another uncle also killed her grandfather.

She also claims one of her aunts had a hit placed on her for an assassin to make attempts on her life.

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The series has become very popular with true crime fans on the app, with thousands of views on each video and commenters saying: "I am so invested in this."

Another said: "I will forever be interested in your family."

However she has been criticised for being so open about her family, she said: "I keep getting random comments criticising me about being open about my uncle murdering my Grandpa or discussing my family shenanigans and told me that should be ashamed, basically.

"Well, I'm not but I fully understand if you couldn't understand this being in your family."

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