Brother Allegedly Kills Sister with Wrestling Moves

Posted by Matt Boone June 19, 2013 6 Comments

- Five-year old Viloude Louis was killed by her 13 year old brother after he allegedly used wrestling moves that he learned from TV. The 13 year old told police that he was wrestling with the victim and used “WWE” style wrestling moves.

Viloude’s brother, Devalon Armstrong, allegedly slammed his sister onto a bed and beat her. She suffered multiple injuries including broken ribs, internal bleeding and lacerations of the liver. The boy called police after his sister stopped breathing. Paramedics were teaching him over the phone how to use CPR to keep her alive but she died shortly after police arrived and paramedics were unable to revive her.

Devalon has been charged with second degree murder.

WWE issued a statement on the incident:

“The death of Viloude Louis is a tragedy, and our condolences go out to her family.

WWE urges restraint in reporting this unfortunate incident as if it were the result of a WWE wrestling move. As in similar cases, criminal intent to harm and a lack of parental supervision have been the factors resulting in a tragic death.

Authorities have already charged the accused with second degree murder and determined that this was not an accidental death due to a wrestling move.”

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    • chris

      i guess announcing his name being he is 13 that he will be tried as an adult? such a shame. condolences to the family. there is no right possible outcome however this turns out

    • Harms_Way

      This is why WWE says “Please. Don’t try this at home.”

    • billnye69

      This is why going PG was a mistake. Kids copy what they see adults do, and you can say “don’t do this, do not try this” till you pass out but kids are stupid and always will be.

      • l

        The rating has nothing to do with it. PG or TV 14. Kids and adults alike will still copy this stuff thinking it’s harmless. WWE does their part in being responsible by saying “don’t try this at home” and “Viewer discretion advised” and all those warning. They can’t be responsible or accountable for every viewer they have. At what point do the parents be held accountable for monitoring what their kids watch and explaining to them that this stuff is dangerous and shouldn’t be copied ect… It’s tragic and a no win situation and maybe there is no one to blame, but at 13 he should have had some idea what he was doing was wrong.

        I dunno blaming WWE everytime this happens is old. Maybe kids shouldn’t be raised by the television set.

    • James Fowler

      Why would a 13 year old boy beat up his 5 year sister? My questions are: Where were their parents? Was noboby watching them? Poor kid will never be the same.

    • Aziz

      I hate WWE. Just by saying smoking is injurious to health people will atp smoking. They are selling the stuff just as Wwe is selling fight and violence.

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