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crazyLady smashes face on computer and you want to now if it is real.

Facebook current viral video is of a woman in what I suspect is her dining room, just sitting and staring at the laptop camera and she suddenly smashes her face against her laptop. Repeatedly.
Woman in video smashes her face against the computer until her nose is bleeding and forehead is gushing blood.
Here is the link that gets shared on Facebook which is a 9 second cut from the 1.5 minute YouTube video posted below. Watch the Facebook  video first, please.

This video is titled “Woman goes crazy during makeup tutorial” also found as “Girl goes Psycho during make up tutorial”.

It’s fake.
Listen to the sound.
It’s someone beating on a garbage can. Instead of the sound that plastic makes when you smash it.
and the cut on her forehead, notice the lump (you do not knot up that fast, blood has to clot (or fever build)  so the lump is fake, blood pack)…. she had to tilt head back to hide flaw in blood pack.
There is a buzz sound to make you think the microphone in the laptop is damaged when it actually wouldn’t sound like that in a laptop. That is more like an amplifier having an input cable removed, the buzz sound you hear is when a hand grabs the chord and grounds it.

This a stunt by a low quality make up artist, trying to get noticed

This psycho video was created to promote something called “The 15 Experience“. Some guy is making a web series.

Thanks to Jon in the comments section, Her name is Nakia Secrest, she is an actress.

17 thoughts on “Crazy Woman smashes her own face on laptop in video

  1. anonymous says:

    only thing that disturbes me is that if a person wants to show off their talent for gore makeup or editing, she would have popped up by now cause this video has been viewed more than 10 million times through you tube other sites Facebook shares etc……..she NEVER showed back up on the net. A friend of mine had a theory that someone is behind her with green screen clothing on to be edited out later cause there is no way you yourself can slam your face on a desk with that much force and go back a 2nd and 3rd time to do it. I think she was murdered.


  2. TruXter says:

    No she wasn’t murdered. I give links to the guy with the video contest.

    I’m sure she came up but the few that know of her, have short term memory.


  3. candice says:

    listen I don’t know if its real or fake all I can say is I have a 2 year old son and when he jumped out of his crib and hit his head it swelled way up with in seconds and the hospital told me that is a good sign that he didn’t have a concussion but if u are saying it can’t swell that fast that’s a lie


  4. TruXter says:

    I will call b/s. The “swelling up with in seconds” would be the first sign of an impact and not a sing of no concussion. In fact the only thing that would be a sign of is a traumatic impact.

    but no… It did not swell up as fast as what you saw in this video. It is impossible.

    First the blood has to build and the temperature has to rise then the meat/fat has to react. and it is not an instant act.


  5. loud says:

    well ive punched somebody before and instantly they had a huge knot on the side of there head and it happened in like 1 second i punched him he turned around BOOM big ass knot


  6. TruXter says:

    No you haven’t


  7. melinda says:

    Looking for sources on if the video is real or but. But last week I saw two girls fighting in a parking lot. One girl pushed the other down and she fell face forward and smacked her forehead on the asphalt. The sound was shocking. But the girl jumped back up within seconds, I would assume because of her adrenaline. Anyway the knot that immediately formed on her forehead was about the size of a plum. The skin split….there was blood but it wasn’t leaking or squirting. If this video is fake… she did an amazing job with her EYES


  8. TruXter says:

    Without sources, this claim is invalid.
    I know that you can watch MMA, UFC, or boxing and see that it takes about 30(ish) seconds before swelling happens.
    The human body does not react like you are claiming.


  9. eyezpinned says:

    When someone experiences a trauma such as a hematoma, swelling is immediate. MMA fights and boxing matches aren’t a very good comparison to someone seemingly beating their head against a solid object for a few reasons. First, fighters are fighting with padded gloves and trying not to get hit. Most punches are glancing blows, slamming ones face into a solid surface with the force in the video would almost certainly be more traumatic. Also, fighters injuries are treated between rounds, at which point swelling is slowed. Finally, in a fight, the trauma wouldn’t be allowed to get to the extent of the video, the fighter would likely go down and if not, the fight would be stopped. Either way, the trauma would stop.


  10. TruXter says:


    a bruise….

    Padded ? you mean the gloves? That are designed to protect the hand .. not the person being hit?

    or do you mean the elbow strikes and knee strikes?
    Between rounds could be several minutes apart.
    Which is hardly “Instant”.


  11. Jon says:

    Too many stupid comments, one answer @NakiaSecrest


  12. Chris says:

    While I know the video is fake (it’s pretty easy to see), I do have to disagree with anyone who says that you can’t instantly swell like that. Unfortunately I can not provide much evidence to the notion short of trying to obtain my old x-rays, but 9nyears ago, I was hit in the head by a piece of gravel by a pitcher buddy with a good throw. The result was a seemingly deafening ring in my ears, a hairline fracture on my skull, an instantaneous know about the size of a light bulb that was pouring blood down my face. I know it’s here say, but I know it can happen. And it hurts like hell. Lol


  13. Raenorr says:


    The actress.


  14. Faliesha says:

    Whatever the case is, l think that it is grotesque and completely unprofessional. I wonder how many children saw that, you just added another bad image to their growing minds!!!


  15. SLR says:

    There are worse things on TV. Ever seen Walking Dead? Kids LOVE that show. Also…”kids” shouldn’t be on social media. Why do people always try to bring kids into it?! “NOT THE CHILDRENNNN! WHYYYYYY?!” Stupid.


  16. Sarah says:

    I think this video is NOT fake, and I don’t care what anyone else says or thinks, NO ONE on here is a DR or an EMT. I don’t think this was used as a promotional stunt for some b.s. series. I don’t think she as possessed as some others have said, and no this is not funny or a joke. I think she was murdered like someone else posted, the way her head was first smashed then it was turned and smashed over n over again, I think there was someone there behind a green screen or behind her (where we couldn’t see) and grabbed her head and killed her, cause if you look at her face she looks terrified before she smashes her face.


  17. Joe says:

    I think this is real I’ve witnessed swelling like this during a rugby match, blunt impact of two heads so it is possible. God knows what happened to her. There is no way this should be on FB. I’m a grown man and an ex soldier. I’ve seen some nasty stuff but I am disgusted by this.


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