An 18-year-old adult film performer who’d appeared in at least three scenes for Corbin Fisher has committed suicide after reportedly firing a gun in the restaurant he’d just been fired from.
Christopher Luke McAteer, who went by ‘Clay’ online, was the suspect in a workplace shooting at Ninki’s Japanese Restaurant in Owensboro, Kentucky. Police reports cite the incident occurring around 8:15 on a Saturday night. McAteer was reportedly arguing with another employee, and was fired after making threats.
About fifteen minutes later, he drove his car past the restaurant and fired five shots at the building. No one was hurt.
He was discovered later that evening in Butler County, KY with a self inflicted gunshot wound, and died at the hospital the next morning, on Easter Sunday.
‘Clay’s’ scenes were all removed from CorbinFisher.com.
McAteer’s family released a long obituary, some of which reads:
…he was reared in a Christian home where he was taught about the love and sovereignty of God, and, most importantly, the grace and forgiveness found through His son, Jesus Christ. […] Thankfully, Luke knew the Lord, and had recently rededicated his life. He had been pursuing a daily relationship with Christ in the recent weeks before his unfortunate loss with the battle of depression.