"She never hurt any creature, not even an insect, until today, nothing", her brother, Shahran Aghdam, told this news organization hours after Nasim sneaked onto YouTube's San Bruno campus Tuesday and wounded three employees before fatally shooting herself.
Her channel had more than 5,000 subscribers.
After the shooting, family members told reporters they were not aware she had a gun and surmised it must have been a recent purchase.
In her online postings, Aghdam had complained that some of her videos, which showed her demonstrating some exercise techniques, were allegedly flagged as adults-only content which may have lost her ad revenue.
Hossein Naderi, a 23-year-old art student in Tehran, questioned why Aghdam chose to "live in the USA, though she didn't like it there", adding: "I wish I was there to use YouTube freely".
"From a very young age I used to care about the animals and their welfare, and think about the source of meat and where it came from and I knew that the fried chicken on my dinner plate once was a lovely yellow chick!" she said.
"She stated she had come to the area to stay with family, and while she was now living out of her vehicle, she was in the process of looking for a job", the statement read.
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Orban himself voted early on Sunday morning with his wife at a school in the leafy Zugliget suburb of Budapest. The centre-left Socialists meanwhile were on 14% in Friday's poll and not thought to pose a threat to Fidesz.
The police chief also said the assailant, Nasim Najafi Aghdam, visited a shooting range before the attack. Before Nasim Aghdam fired dozens of times, injuring three people before killing herself.
Nasim Najagi Aghdam, the deceased Iranian-born woman who vlogged about living in the world that's rife with "injustice and diseases", was identified by California police as the one behind the incident, according to The Guardian.
"Our family is in absolute shock and can't make sense of what has happened yesterday".
"Although no words can describe our deep pain for this tragedy, our family would like to express their utmost regret, sorrow for what has happened to innocent victims", the statement said. I didn't know she has a gun.
According to NBC she posted a video in January 2017 saying: "I am being discriminated on and filtered on YouTube and I am not the only one".
According to ABC News, the Mountain View Police Department has confirmed that they found a woman identified as Nasim Najafi Aghdam asleep in her vehicle in a parking lot in that city on Tuesday morning.
Mountain View police dismissed the suggestion they did nothing and refuted the brother's description of the call.
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They have also maintained that the site is protected from criminal charges by a federal statute , the Communications Decency Act. The company's CEO and other officials were arrested and a series of court cases ensued.
Police tape is shown outside of a YouTube office building in San Bruno, Calif., Wednesday, April 4, 2018.
Her father, Ismail Aghdam, said she had become angry at the site after believing they were trying to "suppress" content creators.
The FBI and ATF are also involved in the investigation, and on Wednesday morning, authorities executed search warrants in the Riverside County community of Menifee, where her father lives, and at the San Diego home where relatives say she most recently lived with her grandmother.
On Jan. 28, Aghdam recorded a video of herself lamenting her perceived "discrimination" by YouTube, particularly railing on how YouTube determined her ab workout video was too racy and, therefore, filtered it.
Eleven hours after her run-in with cops in Mountain View, however, Aghdam would shoot three YouTube employees in a courtyard as they ate lunch before turning the gun on herself.
Authorities on scene at the Youtube Headquarters in San Bruno, California. Caldwell declined to identify the range but said employees contacted police after the shooting to report she had practiced there.
Barberini said there is no indication to suggest that Aghdam had any personal relationship with any of the victims.
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The Kiwis made the gold medal race after qualifying as the second fastest team. "But I just tried to keep my head down and race". The 25-year-old, who won the 50m title on Friday, touched in a Commonwealth Games record of 1:54.00, well ahead of David Morgan.