The YouTube shooter's online presence is swiftly disappearing as the video-platform giant and others take down her pages. But a lingering website that appears to belong to Nasim Aghdam reinforces reports that she was angry at the video giant's ad policies.
The site, nasimabc.com, resembles another at nasimabz.com that was dark by Wednesday. Both feature videos from web personalities like Casey Neistat and Paul Joseph Watson. The video from Neistat that appeared to interest Aghdam was titled "WTF YouTube? Taking away monetization???"
The video from Watson, who perhaps is best known for his role filling in for internet conspiracist Alex Jones on his show "InfoWars," is titled "The truth about popular culture."