Update: It appears the videos Muniztorres made prior to her arrest have been taken down.
A woman who was in a brief standoff with SWAT on Wednesday turns out to be a minor YouTube celebrity named Nina Santiago. And, as it goes with YouTube celebs, she shot a video moments before she was arrested.
Santiago, whose real name is Denisse
Authorities arrived at the apartment building around 12:30 Wednesday afternoon. Police closed off a section of the building as they negotiated with
The call prompted local news stations to cover what appeared at first to be a serious standoff.
The standoff lasted for more than six hours before
Before coming out and surrendering to authorities,
In the video, titled "The Truth: Are You Happy Now?"
Muniztorres and Greenwood were married in 2011.
"And now there's a whole house filled with police officers... and I want to let you know that you have contributed to what happened today. You are a son of a bitch," a tearful
Muniztorres says she took care of Greenwood when he went broke from "drinking and partying," and accuses him of getting government checks fraudulently even though he's not disabled.
"My son has no idea what a pathetic piece of shit you are," she says.
"Marolon Greenwood, do you feel good about yourself?" she asked before saying that Greenwood told her little sister she was a stripper and had been sexually abused.
Muniztorres then says, "Let's talk about your sexuality. And how I used to fuck you in the ass. Let's put everything out there, because there's no coming back from this."
At one point in the video,
In a previous video posted,
According to police,
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