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Suspected UCSB Killer Posted Several Videos Online Expressing Sexual Frustrations: 'Why Do Girls Hate Me So Much?


"I'm 22 years old and I've never had a girlfriend. I'm still a virgin. I've never had the pleasure of having sex with a girl, kissing a girl — I've never even held a girl's hand."

The individual authorities have identified as the shooter responsible for a Friday night slaying near the University of California, Santa Barbara campus appears to have posted several videos online, lamenting his life as a 22-year-old virgin and asking, "Why do girls hate me so much?"

In a chilling YouTube video that was widely circulated on the Internet Saturday morning, Elliot Rodger declared his intention to kill a house full of sorority girls, saying they deserved death because the female gender had rejected him throughout his life.

“Girls gave their affection and sex and love to other men but never to me,” he says in the disturbing video, first uploaded to YouTube before being removed Saturday afternoon.

“All those girls that I’ve desired so much, they would’ve all rejected me and looked down upon me as an inferior man if I ever made a sexual advance towards them while they throw themselves at these obnoxious brutes,” he continues, adding that he'd take "great pleasure in slaughtering" them.

But, that's not the only video Rodger uploaded to his YouTube account before allegedly going on a shooting rampage, killing at least six and wounding seven more.

In a video titled "Why do girls hate me so much?" and uploaded Thursday, Rodger speaks into the camera and conveys his sexual frustrations.

"I've been attending college in Santa Barbara for about two-and-a-half years now. And in those two-and-a-half years, I've experienced nothing but loneliness and misery. And my problem is girls," he says in the video. "There are so many beautiful girls here, but none of them give me a chance and I don't know why. I don't know why you girls are so repulsed by me. It doesn't make sense."

"I do everything that I can to appear attractive to you. I dress nice. I'm sophisticated and magnificent. I have a nice car, a BMW. Well, nicer than 90-percent of people in my college," Rodger continues. "I'm polite. I'm the ultimate gentleman. Yet, you girls, never give me a chance. I don't know why. I put a lot of effort into dressing nice. These sunglasses here. They are three-hundred-dollars. Giorgio Armani. You know."

The 22-year-old then details how he feels when he walks to his classes.

"I feel so invisible as I walk through my college because none of the girls there pay attention to me. I see so many beautiful blonde hair, just so many beautiful blonde hair girls walk around everywhere. In your revealing shorts, your cascading blonde hair, your pretty faces. And I want one for a girlfriend," Rodger says, still looking into the camera.

"I'm 22 years old and I've never had a girlfriend. I'm still a virgin. I've never had the pleasure of having sex with a girl, kissing a girl — I've never even held a girl's hand. Hell, I don't even have a young girl's phone number in my cell phone," he adds. "And that's just such an injustice because I am so magnificent. I deserve girls much more than all those slobs I see at my college."

In another video, posted online Friday, Rodger shares his "reaction to seeing a young couple at the beach."

"They are kissing right now. It's torture for me to watch, but I have to do this. I have to film this. I have to show the world why life isn't fair. I have to show everyone why I hate the world, because no girl would do this with me," Rodger says in the video.

The 22-year-old is thought be the son of Hunger Games assistant director Peter Rodger and stepson of “Les Vraies Housewives” cast member Soumaya Akaaboune.

In an album uploaded to Peter Rodger's website, the "Hunger Games" assistant director appears to have posted multiple photos of a nude woman all over the world. The woman appears to be the 22-year-old's stepmother, Akaaboune.

Click here to see the album (content warning: mature content)

TheBlaze has reached out to the Rodger family, but was unable to make contact.

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