DEVASTATING bodycam footage has revealed the moment killer Brandon Clark slit his throat after murdering teen influencer Bianca Devins.
The haunting clip is part of a new documentary The Murder of Bianca Devins which details the horrific killing and online frenzy that followed when Clark posted selfies taken beside her dead body.
On July 14, 2019, Bianca was murdered by her friend Clark who attacked her in a jealous rage after the two went to a concert together.
Clark, who has been found guilty of the crime, was captured yelling about killing himself in bodycam footage taken after he called 911 and admitted to slashing her throat.
The Utica man had planned a sick murder-suicide plot but failed to follow through with it when police responded.
The two had just traveled from upstate New York together to Queens where the teen, who was a young influencer, was excited to meet an online friend.
Bianca has amassed more than 70,000 followers on Instagram, and developed a significant digital community.
She brought along Clark to act as a chaperone as he was considered a trusted friend by her family.
It was clear to them that he had feelings for Bianca, but they thought it was harmless.
While at the show, Bianca kissed the friend she had just met, spurring Clark to act out in a jealous rage.
On their way home, he argued with the recent high school graduate and eventually got violent and killed her.
Grisly pictures of her body – including images of her slit throat – were redistributed widely, with some posters cruelly making light of or celebrating her brutal death.
Others urged people to stop circulating the images, which had appeared via online chat sites and alerted the police.
Bianca’s family tragically learned of her murder through these photos after they were inundated with sick messages and disgusting memes.
A friend of the murdered girl’s mother even was sent a photo of the girl, and alerted the family.
“I remember the picture vividly,” said Bianca’s grandfather Frank Williams in The Murder of Bianca Devins.
“And there was no doubt in my mind at that point that it was Bianca.”
The heartbroken grandfather was captured on bodycam footage showing cops the picture to get more clarity on what was going on.
“I came to terms quickly that Bianca had been murdered,” he said in the documentary which airs tonight.
Officers were trying to find the teen when then-21-year-old Clark called 911 himself to report what he’d done.
“My name is Brandon, the victim is Bianca Michelle Devins,” he said in a 911 call.
“I’m not going to stay on the phone for long, because I still need to do the suicide part of the murder-suicide.”
Police quickly raced to the scene and wrestled Clark to the ground while he held a knife to his throat.
Clark was arrested and charged with second-degree murder. He then pleaded guilty in February 2020 and was sentenced to 25 years to life in jail the following year.
“The enormity of the loss… that’s hard to accept,” Bianca’s mom Kim said in the doc.
“I’m not the only one going through this, there’s so many people that are being affected.”
In the wake of the tragedy, the family and online supporters advocated for change that would prevent people from sharing violent or harmful footage on social media.
On December 30, 2022, New York Governor Kathy Hochul signed Bianca’s Law into effect which made it a crime to post or share graphic images online of victims who are being degraded or abused.
Fighting tears, Bianca’s grandfather said his gone-too-soon granddaughter still “brings about good,” following her death.
The Murder of Bianca Devins was set to air on ITVX on Thursday as part of its Social Media Murders series.