Social Media Personality Arrested In San Diego On Charges Of Sexual Assault

Social Media Personality Arrested In San Diego On Charges Of Sexual Assault

Raymundo Diaz's YouTube channel has over 300,000 subscribers, and 3 million Instagram followers, where he posts regular workout videos and fitness advice.

"I was just so scared always because he would yell at me always".

According to police, a 17-year-old girl was interviewed revealing she had been dating Diaz for more than a year; clips posted on her social media account allegedly showed video evidence of Diaz being abusive towards her.

On Thursday (July 11), DramaAlert shared additional video of Ray verbally abusing and threatening Angelica, which led to an investigation with the LAPD.

The Omaha Police Department (OPD) says they've located and extradited a man who's accused of First-Degree Sexual Assault of a child.14 years after he was reported. "Currently, the Department has directed a group of investigators to look into these allegations", the police department wrote. She said that Diaz made her hide in his bed's box spring so they wouldn't find her.

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Diaz's acting credits include Hulu series "East Los High" and recent indie feature, "Paint It Red".

Social media star Ray Diaz is being held on $500,000 bail at a Los Angeles Police Department facility after he was arrested Friday on suspicion of sexual assault.

The LAPD announced it was investigating a "social media personality", assumed to be Diaz, early Friday morning. Diaz was also interviewed by "DramaAlert" and claimed the July 5 video depicted an acting exercise and not an actual assault. "He would yell at me for hours", the teenage girl said. He was taken into custody in San Diego by the elite Robbery-Homicide Division Special Assault Section with the help of the San Diego Police Department.

Moore also thanked the public for their "outpouring of concern regarding the case".

"We are better when we share the responsibility of making sure every member of our community is safe", Moore's tweet continued.

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