While filming for customers, a webcam model accidentally shoots herself in the vagina.


While filming for customers, a webcam model accidentally shoots herself in the vagina.

Lauren Hunter Daman was left bleeding after a video for an adult platform went horribly wrong – she had shot herself by mistake, according to other residents at the home.

According to authorities, a webcam model accidentally shot herself in the vagina while recording a video for her clients inside her home earlier this month.

On November 9, police were dispatched to a home in Thomaston, Georgia, for an “accidental gunshot wound.”

When a sheriff’s deputy arrived on the scene, he discovered a paramedic with an unloaded handgun and a spent bullet casing, who told officers, “The female had shot herself in the vagina, accidentally.”

Lauren Hunter Daman, 27, is believed to be the model, who was alone in her bedroom when the 9mm firearm was discharged.

Jordan Allen, the gun’s owner, said he rushed into the bedroom after hearing a gunshot from the kitchen.

When Allen entered the room, she apologized for a “small amount of blood” on her leg and explained that she had shot herself by accident.

He told authorities that she has subscribers on Chatter, a sexual web platform, and that she “makes sexual videos of herself that people pay to see.”

Another occupant, Addie Ruth Johnson, confirmed the model had committed suicide by shooting herself.

According to The Smoking Gun, authorities believe the web platform she uses is Chaturbate, a popular adult site where models can earn “tips” for performing requested sex acts.

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However, it’s unclear whether Daman was recording live or recording a video to upload later to the platform when the gun was discharged.

Her account of the shooting changed at times, according to police, with her even claiming that the handgun went off during a consensual sex act with Allen at one point.

According to reports, the model was taken from her home to the Upson County Sheriff’s Office, where she was flown to a hospital by helicopter.

According to Sheriff Dan Kilgore, authorities have classified the incident as “reckless conduct,” and criminal charges are unlikely.


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