Boyfriend filmed rapping about ‘killing and burying his b****’ is charged with her murder

Boyfriend filmed rapping about ‘killing and burying his b****’ is charged with her murder

- in Usa News

A MAN filmed rapping about killing and burying his girlfriend has been charged with murder.

In a disturbing video, Robert Camou, 27, was heard at a Los Angeles bar during an open mic night boasting about a slaying.

Camou rapping in a video shot at an Los Angeles bar
Witnesses saw Amanda Custer being put in a car boot

“I killed my b***h and buried that bitch in the f****g dirt,” he raps with a drink in his hand as the others in the video, which emerged a month ago, appear confused and shocked.

Amanda Custer, 31, went missing in late July — with authorities now suspecting that Camou killed her on July 29.

At that time he was out on bail having been charged with beating and strangling Amanda.

Her body has still not been found and Camou faces life without parole or a death sentence if found guilty.

The footage of Camou rapping was filmed by Michael R. Moore, 64, around 1am on July 30, the LA Times reports.

But he said he wasn’t aware of who he had filmed until he saw Camou on television being arrested hours later.

“What he said, he said it with such force that people just stopped. They were shocked. There was a lot of hate in his expression,” he said.

Moore said the pair later sat at the bar together and Camou asked him where he planned to post the video, to which he replied he was putting it out his social media accounts.

“He said that was cool,” Moore said.


Camou’s parents called police after they found evidence of an assault, including blood, at their home at around 8.15am on the day Amanda disappeared, according to the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department.

“Upon their arrival they located evidence that there was an apparent assault that had occurred,” said the department in a statement.

“Investigators believe the victim was kidnapped and taken against her will in a 2017 gray Toyota Prius.”

Sheriff’s Lt. Scott Hoglund said a witness told investigators they saw Camou putting Custer, who appeared unconscious, into the boot of the car.

The vehicle was last seen driving to another part of Los Angeles and she’s not been seen since.

He said the pair had a volatile relationship that included “numerous domestic violence incidents”.

Police later found Camou sleeping in the backseat of his car covering himself with a blanket around 6am the next day.

After refusing to come out of the car, he finally surrendered when officers shattered the rear window and tossed canisters of tear gas inside the car.

Custer reportedly sought a restraining order against Camou in February, alleging that he was verbally, mentally and emotionally abusive toward her.

Camou was later arrested by cops who threw tear gas into his car
Custer reportedly took out a restraining order against Camou

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