Brandon Clark Biography
Brandon Clark is a 21-year old New York native accused of killing 17-year old Instagram influencer Bianca Devins and posting photos of her corpse on Instagram.
Clark had posted about his plans to die by suicide on social media on July 14, just hours before Devins was killed. Police are still investigating the motive of the murder which is suspected to be a possible domestic incident.
Brandon Clark Age
Brandon Andrew Clark who is also known as Brandon Kuwaliski is 21 years old, he is from Cicero, New York.
Brandon Clark Family
Clark has a brother, James Ward who confirmed on Instagram that Brandon was the suspect in Devins’ death. Ward went ahead writing, “Shoutout to all the people who target someone’s family and blame them for a persons decisions. Nothing better than waking up at 4am to find out your brother killed someone and tried to kill himself, and when you’re trying to understand and comprehend how the person you looked up to, and taught you so much is responsible for such a horrible act, and people proceed to go out and blame you for what he did.”
Ward added, “So here I am stationed in Alaska for military service wanting nothing more than to wake up and be back home hoping this is some sick twisted nightmare, instead I’m all the way across the country. I’m deeply sorry something like this came from my family and my heart goes out for the family of the victim, but think about when his little sister and brothers find out what a disgusting thing he’s done, and get blamed for it. They’re kids.”
Brandon Clark Bianca Devins
Clark and Devins are believed to have been in a relationship. The two had gone to a concert together in New York City on Saturday 13 July 2019. The couple then left the venue and proceeded back to Utica sometime after 10:00PM.
They are believed to have had an argument that precipitated the following engagement between the two. The two arrived back in Utica during the early hours of Sunday morning and proceeded to the Poe St location. Investigations revealed that the arguement progressed until the male produced a large, black handled knife, and used this to inflict the injuries that caused her death.”
Brandon then took and posted several photos to his now-deleted Instagram, @yesjuliet, before, during and after he allegedly stabbed and killed Devins. In one post, showing him driving, Clark wrote, “Here comes Hell. It’s redemption, right?”
In another pohoto, he was seen standing over what happens to be Devins’ covered body with the caption, “I’m sorry Bianca.” He also posted a photo holding a knife with blood stains on his shirt and the caption, “Thanks to everybody who was good to me. I’ll miss you all.”
He then changed his Instagram profile to read, ““10/06/1997 – 7/14/19. Just know that I feel no pain now.” He also shared pictures of Devins’ body on a Discord chat server where she was an active member ans signed off with, “anyways, remember to subscribe to Pewdiepie.”
He uses the name Brandon Kuwaliski and there he wrote, “I’m ending it today. I’m sorry to all the family and friends who wanted me to achieve. I love you all.”
In a statement, Instagram said that the photos had been removed from Clark’s account because they violated the social media site’s rules. The page was later taken down and his Facebook page disabled.
Having graduated from Thomas R. Proctor High School in Utica, New York, Devins had plans to start studying psychology at a community
college but the dreams were cut off by her tragic death. Her family has also said that she was not killed by a stalker she met online on Discord chat, but by someone she knew in real life who was also known to the family.
Devin’s sister Olivia Devins wrote on Instagram, “it wasn’t just an ‘internet boyfriend’ this was a close family friend whom we’ve met and trusted so much. I do not want false information being spread around.”
She further stated, “I hate that I have to write this. I hate knowing you’re not going to ever come back home. You were the best sister anyone could’ve ever asked for. Thank you for always being there for me. Thank you for being the best sister I could ever imagine. Thank you for always protecting me and sticking up for me. I am going to do this for you. Every day I’m going to do my best and I’m going to get through this thing called life and do it all for you. Rest easy, I love you so much forever and always.”
Brandon Clark Arrested
The police say that after Clark committed the homicide, he called 911 an himself and “made incriminating statements with respect to the homicide. After the police determined that the calls were originating on Poe St in City of Utica, officers were dispatched to that location.
The police said that upon seeing an officer approach, Clark began to stab himself in the neck with a knife. The police officer r requested emergency medical care, and the Utica Fire Department arrived soon after.
After attempting to injure himself, Clark lay down across a green in color tarp that was on the ground some distance away. The officer then immediately noticed brown hair protruding from beneath the tarp and inquired as to where the injured female was. Devins lay beneath the tarp. The officers managed to disarm the male, and after a brief struggle took him into custody.
Clark was transported to St. Elizabeth’s Hospital where he underwent emergency surgery.
Brandon Clark Instagram
Clark’s Instagram account was disabled to avoid further distribution of the homicide photos.