Bobby Moudy dead – TikTok star and dad-of-three dies by suicide amid financial struggles leaving family ‘in crisis’ | The Sun

A TIKTOK star who shared family videos on the platform has died by suicide after ongoing financial struggles.

The family of James Robert Moudy, known as Bobby, revealed that the social media star had died in late April at the age of 46 after "heavy" financial burdens.

A statement from the family said: "Bobby was a loving father, husband, brother and friend. On April 28th, he was a tragic victim of suicide. Bobby was full of life and laughs…

"But also weighed down by financial pressures. His wife, Jennifer and their three children are in an emotional and financial crisis as he was their rock."

Bobby had over 360,000 followers on TikTok, where he often shared glimpses into his family life, and joked he was on the platform "just to embarrass my daughter".

He would play pranks with his children, do challenges and share sweet family moments out of their home in Mississippi.


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Followers were shocked and shared their grief under recent videos posted by Bobby before his death.

One said: "Gosh I’m so incredibly sorry! I genuinely enjoyed his videos on here, and the relationship he has with his daughter inspired me to be a better father!"

Another heartbroken follower commented: "Bobby I used to watch your videos after the gym, on a sad day, a bad day. You guys would bring a bad day to a good day."

The based family has received an outpouring of support thanks to a GoFundMe set up to raise money.

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He leaves behind wife Jennifer and three children.

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