But wait! The source dished much, much more:
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Almost two weeks after Christina Grimmie was shot and killed after her Orlando concert, police have closed the investigation on her death.
In the end, they believe 27-year-old Kevin Loibl acted alone, with reports revealing he was an "obsessed" fan.
As we previously reported, he went as far as getting hair transplants, Lasik eye surgery, and even went vegan to lose weight in order to impress the former The Voice contestant, though it was believed the two never had contact.
While the official police report doesn't have a definitive motive for his killing, Kevin's friend Cory Dennington told officials that he believed he had started to become obsessed with Christina as much as a year ago.
Cory revealed Kevin shared how he "watched everything to do with her," and additionally the police reports states:
"[Kevin] spent most of his waking hours watching Christina on YouTube as well as constantly monitoring her social media accounts. Despite following her on social media, Loibl himself did not have a Facebook, Twitter, or any other social media account."
The report continued:
This must be such a comfort to Anton Yelchin's family.
As you surely know, the Star Trek actor passed away over the weekend after his 2015 Jeep Grand Cherokee rolled down his steep driveway in Studio City, CA and pinned him to his front gate. How tragic.
How do they know this? Well, the media site obtained the Russia native's death certificate which stated
Who didn't adore Anton Yelchin?
Following his tragic death this past weekend, a ton of celebrities have spoken out on the beloved actor's life and legacy.
At the Hollywood BFG premiere on Tuesday night, director Steven Spielberg spoke to Access Hollywood about Yelchin's personality and amazing work ethic. Mr. Spielberg had nothing but good things to say about the 27-year-old who passed away in a horrific accident involving his Jeep.
Spielberg, who worked with Anton since he was young (ER, Taken, Fright Night), said of his unforgettable essence: