Washington HS shooter was apparently enraged after friend stole his girlfriend

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By RYAN GORMAN

The name Jaylen Fryberg will never be forgotten by students at Marysville-Pilchuck High School after he opened fire Friday morning in a crowded cafeteria.

Fryberg reportedly walked in during an early lunch and unloaded several gun shots a table of students, killing one and injuring three others. He then took his own life with a single gunshot wound to the head. His motives are now becoming clearer by the minute.

The popular football player and wrestler appears to have become upset after another male student slept with his girlfriend.

Both he and an unnamed girl were pronounced dead at the scene, according to police. Their lives ended by a .40-caliber Beretta handgun.

"It won't last, it'll never last," Fryberg said in a final chilling tweet sent Thursday morning.

Fryberg's angst was very apparent in dozens of tweets sent in recent months.

"What the f**k did I just do?" He tweeted June 20. ""F**k it!! Might as well die now."

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The boy's anger over an apparent betrayal was sprinkled in among a heavy dose of retweets showing an unhealthy obsession with sex, especially rough sex.

"F**k quickies, give me bite marks, scratches and hickies," reads one of the tweets. "Eye contact during rough sex >."

'Let's watch a movie = I'd like to have sex with you," reads another. "No such thing as too much sex."

His obsession with having sex carried over into possessiveness.

"I'm not jealous, but when something is mine, it's mine," he wrote July 8.

The freshman's tweets took an even darker turn the following month.

"Your [sic] gonna piss me off ... and then some s**t's gonna go down and I don't think you'll like it," he wrote August 8. "Your [sic] not gonna like what happens next!!"

Fryberg's anger turns to desperation only minutes later.

"Tell me what your plan is ... you can't make a bond with anyone like the bond me and you have right now ... tell me what your [sic] going to do," said the tormented teen.

"Ironic how ex's always go after people they told you to never worry about when y'all were together," Fryberg continued. "I hate that I can't live without you."

Tweets sent by a cousin indicated Fryberg was upset over what happened between him and a girl.

Further tweets sent by Fryberg back up that assertion.

"How f****d up could you be?" He wrote September 19. "Did you forget she was my girlfriend?

"Dude. She tells me everything. And now. [sic] I f*****g HATE you! Your [sic] no longer my "Brother," the angry freshman continued.

"I hate hearin [sic] shit like that ... it just continues to f**k me up," wrote Fryberg. "I just feel stupid now ... Exactly what I thought was gonna happen happened."

The student, named homecoming prince only days ago, continued torturing himself.



"I HATE THIS S**T," he wrote. "I'm tired of this s**t. I'm so f*****g done.

He was reportedly recently suspended from school for fighting after being bullied for being Native American, but the breakup appears to be the main catalyst behind his rage.

"Alright. You f****n [sic] got me ... That broke me," he wrote October 21. "It breaks me .. It actually does ... I know it seems like I'm sweating it off ... But I'm not ... And I never will be able to," said Fryberg.

"I should have listened ... You were right ... The whole time you were right," he continued. "If I just laid down."

Fryberg instead reportedly walked into a crowded high school cafeteria with a loaded gun, killed one student, injured multiple others and then took his own life.
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