A man set himself on fire outside a Midtown restaurant and broadcast it live on Facebook.
A United States man died at a hospital after live streaming his suicide on social networking site Facebook, the media reported on Saturday.
They also told us that they found another man who suffered burns by trying to help.
"It looked like a movie, like someone wearing a flame-retardant suit.There were some people who thought that it was a joke", Kimberly Koehler, another witness.
"This overwhelming smell of kerosene filled the room", Jim Duckworth, a witness was quoted as saying to wreg.com. According to WREG, there are court records confirming McLemore's 2016 arrest for strangling his ex-girlfriend in a domestic violence attack.
According to a GoFundMe page for Moore - which had raised more than $13,000 over its initial goal of $6,300 by Sunday - the gig was her first time back to work since an altercation with McLemore just a week before during which he allegedly "threatened her with a gun". He was required to get a mental evaluation and was later sentenced to probation.
McLemore died after being taken to a hospital.
McLemore was said to be a well-known musician in Memphis who worked as an audio engineer at Ardent Studios. He tried to kick the lighter away from the man setting himself on fire.