Who is Laurie Collins? Smash Bros player Collin 'Sweets' Boldizsar arrested after mom found BEHEADED
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SEATTLE, WASHINGTON: Super Smash Bros Ultimate pro player 'Sweets' AKA Colin Boldizar, 29, was detained in connection with his mother's death. Laurie Collins, 70, was discovered beheaded and dead in her flat. Satellite Smash, the company that manages all authorized Smash Bros. competitions in the Pacific Northwest, has prohibited the player from participating in any Smash Bros. competitions for an undetermined period of time after news of his arrest.
Collin Boldizsar was arrested after sherriff officers were called to check on Laurie Collins, when neighbors spotted her car parked outside the flat on a weekday morning, according to local media. Their mistrust was heightened by the fact that they had supposedly heard loud sounds emanating from her home late at night. They also allegedly heard screaming and heavy banging at 2 am on the same day. The Smash Bros. player had earlier been slapped with an ongoing no-contact order from the court for approaching his mother owing to past altercations.
As the accused answered the door, the police allegedly discovered him at the crime site. He allegedly even slammed the door in the official's face while fabricating the fact that his mother was at work. After officers pointed to her automobile that was parked outside, Boldizsar reportedly changed his account. When the noise complaints were brought up, he even acknowledged arguing with his mother. The deputy sheriff entered the flat to check on Laurie after determining that Boldizar was in breach of the court's no-contact order. They later discovered her headless corpse and what was thought to be the murder weapon—a baseball bat — nearby. Immediately after, Sweets was detained as part of the homicide investigation.
While responding to a welfare report, officers discovered the accused at the site of the crime. The Smash Bros community has already made news for horrifying claims of pedophilia and sexual misbehavior. The community has voiced its displeasure at being connected with yet another depressing piece of news.
[details removed from post]— Satellite Smash (@SatelliteSmash) July 1, 2022
TRIGGER WARNING: Murder, Gore
We have permanently banned Collin "Sweets" Boldizar from the Western Washington Smash Scene.
We encourage anyone impacted by this tragedy to reach out to @WASupportPanel.
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Budget manager Laurie Collins was employed at Seattle Pacific University's School of Theology. After the terrible event, the university sent its condolences: "Many faculty, staff, and students have known and worked with Laurie during her more than 30 years at SPU. She was a loyal and dedicated assistant for many departments, and a faithful colleague whose devotion to Christ was evident through her work. She will be profoundly missed by the SPU community.”
The revelation shocked the Super Smash Bros. community, and with good reason. Satellite Smash, the local tournament organizer, has subsequently barred the player from taking part in any additional events. Following the occurrence, online users from all around the world have voiced their shock and sadness, and several well-known e-sports figures have also spoken out. Many people questioned why the Super Smash Bros. community was making news for the wrong reasons. A user wrote, "Smash Bros competitor Collin Boldizsar, otherwise known as "Sweets", has been arrested this morning on accusations of murdering his own mother." "@SatelliteSmash @WASupportPanel What's the point in banning someone who is probably getting life in prison? Are we playing smash in prison now?" another tweeted. A user penned, "@JakeSucky This is terrible :( Poor mother."
Smash Bros competitor Collin Boldizsar, otherwise known as "Sweets", has been arrested this morning on accusations of murdering his own mother. pic.twitter.com/L7u2k7Yi28— Jake Lucky (@JakeSucky) July 1, 2022
What's the point in banning someone who is probably getting life in prison? Are we playing smash in prison now?— toon (@Toon612Link) July 1, 2022
This is terrible :( Poor mother.— NAYSAYERX (@Naysayerxx) July 1, 2022