Man Sends Death Threats To Kat Von D, Vows To 'Go Columbine' In L.A.: Report

Police in California are searching for a man who allegedly sent death threats to Kat Von D and claimed he would "go Columbine in Los Angeles," TMZ reports.

The celebrity news site writes that the Los Angeles Police Department is searching for a man named Michael Nunn after he allegedly sent a series of threats to the tattoo artist. LAPD Public Information Officer Nuria Vanegas confirmed to The Huffington Post that an investigation is ongoing.

On June 4, Nunn allegedly tweeted: "You have to understand, Kat, my life is over because of you. Therefore, what would my only reason for living be? Revenge," per TMZ. He later warned her to "lose the game or watch people die."

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Nunn is believed to be the same man against whom Von D got a restraining order in 2012.

According to an E! News report at the time, the "L.A. Ink" star alleged that Nunn had exhibited "delusional and paranoid tendencies, including a belief the FBI is watching him and that certain celebrities want to harm him."



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