TIkTok murder

TikTok, OnlyFans creator Anastasia found stabbed to death

By Olivia Richman


Aug 11, 2022

Reading time: 2 min

TikTok and OnlyFans sensation Anastasia Khamlovskaya was recently found stabbed to death in her apartment.

Russian adult content creator Anastasia Grishman, better known as Anastasia Khamlovskaya, had millions of viewers on TikTok thanks to her unique aesthetic. Recent videos include Grashman showing off her anime-themed car, answering fans’ questions, and performing dance trends in goth clothing. While she had 300K followers on the video platform, Grishman was also a well-known tattoo artist and was active on OnlyFans.

But fans noticed that her TikTok account had been quiet for a week. Friends started to worry about Grishman after they couldn’t get a hold of her. When they finally called the police it was unfortunately too late. Grishman was found dead in her apartment in St. Petersburg with multiple stab wounds.

Laying in her bathtub, Grishman had been stabbed in the neck six times.

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What happened to Anastasia Grishman?

Russian reports on 26-year-old Anastasia Grishman untimely death have pinpointed her boyfriend, Dmitry Chernyshov, as the murderer. After discovering her body, a manhunt began for Chernyshov, who has appeared in many of Anastasia’s OnlyFans videos.

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According to reports, Chernyshov has admitted to the murder. Videos have surfaced of him being arrested and charged with murder. The motive remains unknown.

Grishman is unfortunately not the first TikTok star to be murdered in 2022. Sania Khan, 29, was shot by her ex-husband earlier this year. Other female content creators, including Kaitlyn “Amouranth” Siragusa, Sweet Anita, and Rachell “Valkyrae” Hofstetter, have reported dangerous stalking situations.

Is stalking an issue for female content creators?

Stalking has always been a scary situation for women and sometimes men, and is usually characterized by someone the victim knows in some way following them, watching them, or calling them obsessively. In 2014, the CDC reported that 80% of stalking survivors reported that their stalker was “known to them in some way.”

Unfortunately, the rise of streaming has changed this situation drastically. With female content creators often talking to fans daily while streaming or sending “personalized” messages on OnlyFans, some followers can feel they are close to the content creator in some way. The stalkers have often expressed that they feel they knew the streamer or were closer to them than they really were.

In Amouranth’s case, her stalker went on stream daily just to talk about his love affair with the hot tub streamer despite his never having met her or spoken to her. Fortunately, that situation ended with the stalker surrendering to authorities without any physical harm being done.