In the June 11, 2016 article "Police Confirm A Stalker Killed 'Voice' Star Christina Grimmie Confirming Previous Site Claims" the Judiciary Report also stated "There's nothing wrong with seeing someone on social networking and wanting to date them. That's normal. However, when it turns crazy like Loibl, an unhinged person who in true stalker fashion clearly began thinking crazy, evil, violent things about an innocent person (Grimmie), imagining offenses that never occurred and hidden meanings in her music and statements online, it can turn deadly. It is not common that it turns into stalking and murder, but it has happened. Loibl probably wanting to date Grimmie, may have realized she liked or was dating someone and it likely simmered and festered into illogical thinking and ultimately murder."
Approximately a week later on June 16, 2016, a report was released yesterday stating Grimmie's stalker, Kevin James Loibl, was indeed in love with her, thought they were getting married though they didn't know each other, became enraged when he discovered she had a boyfriend, then stalked and murdered her. In Loibl's crazy mind Grimmie, whom he did not know and had no relationship with, had somehow betrayed him with her boyfriend.
Christina Grimmie and Stephen Rezza
Then, Loibl discovered Grimmie has a boyfriend. Pictures were posted to Instagram showing Grimmie being affectionately hugged by her boyfriend, who is her producer, Stephen Rezza. Grimmie and Rezza made a cute couple (they kind of look alike) and by all accounts she was happy with her boyfriend. It was her right to date whomever she felt like that was interested in her as well.
Relationships can't be one-sided, but with stalkers they always are, because one person has invented the whole thing in their mind. In trying to date and marry someone who did not know him, then getting mad at her for having someone to the point it led to murder, reveals serious mental issues.
Loibl claimed to be a fan, so he should have been happy for her. However, stalkers are not fans, they are crazy, evil minded people trying to own, control and possess others in strange ways. Stalkers are illogical and irrational. They are so detached from reality and decency, they pose a serious threat to innocent people.
Kevin James Loibl
Christina Grimmie's killer thought they were getting married
Loibl vowed to co-workers — who would tease him about his infatuation with the singer– that he’d someday marry Grimme, who rose to fame first on YouTube, and then in the sixth season of NBC’s singing talent show, “The Voice.” And he told them he went to one of her concerts in March, and hinted that he met her there. He also claimed that he played online games with Grimmie, which a source told TMZ was untrue.
The killer apparently became enraged when he was shown pictures of Grimmie with another man, possibly her boyfriend TMZ reported. His obsession turned unspeakably violent last Friday when Loibl shot and killed the talented 22-year-old singer after a concert in Orlando.’ He fatally shot himself after wounding Grimmie, who died the next day.
Christina Grimmie Killer Went Under the Knife to Win Her Affection
He would also listen to her music at work and vow she would someday be his wife. Loibl's Best Buy co-workers say he went to one of Christina's shows in March and hinted that he actually met her. The co-workers also say the Geek Squad killer claimed to have played online games with the singer. A source close to the singer, however, tells us Christina never had contact with Loibl.
And there's this. The co-workers say they teased Loibl that he would never score because Christina had a boyfriend ... her producer. That relationship was never public, but pictures of Christina and the guy together on social media made it pretty clear ... they were together. We're told that enraged Loibl. That rage was vented last Friday after Christina's show, when he shot her in the head and then killed himself.
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