Chassidy Saunders Height, Weight, Facts, Age, Birthday, Wikipedia, Who, Instagram, Biography

Chassidy Saunders was a six-year-old youngster who died on the seventeenth of January 2021 out of an end of the week shooting.

Chassidy on January 16 was praising a birthday celebration and was trapped in a crossfire and shot.

What’s more, two different grown-ups who are not known to the 6 years of age Chassidy were likewise shot.

Saunders passed on following not many hours she was shipped off the Ryder Trauma Center.

Chassidy Saunders has been named the TikTok Princess by her family and family members for her affection for online media applications, for example, TikTok.

 

Name Chassidy Saunders
Age 6
Gender Female
Nationality American
Profession Tik Tok star
Siblings 1 sister
Tiktok @chassidysaunders
Facebook @chassidy.saunders

The TikTok Princess Chassidy Saunders is no more and passed on January 17, 2021, and her reason for death is disclosed to be her shot injuries. She was struck in a triple shooting in a Miami house.

Discussing Chassidy Saunder’s folks, no names are uncovered at this point. Scarcely any information on her folks is distributed by news or magazines too.

Chassidy has a senior sister who is presently 9 years old and is a third-grader.

Saunders was 6 years old at the hour of her demise. She used to learn at Beacon College Prep Elementary close by her senior sister.

Saunders isn’t found on social destinations like Instagram. Nonetheless, she cherished making recordings and posting on her authority TikTok account. Until this point, her authority TikTok account has acquired around 134 supporters.

Saunders was born and brought up in the United States of America. So she had a place with American identity.


Chassidy was praising a baby’s birthday on January 16 in Miami alongside her family. While getting back from the gathering she died.

Saunders took her final gasp in Ryder Trauma Center on the seventeenth of January 2021.

Chassidy is associated with her bubbly nature and her family and family members held a candlelight vigil on January 17, 2021, to respect her.