Liu Xuezhou, a boy who was looking for relatives in Hebei, is suspected of being dead.

  "The sun shines on the sea, and I belong to the sea. To end my life here, I also take away the most beautiful scenery in the world."

  At 0:02 on January 24, Liu Xuezhou, a boy from Hebei Province who was looking for relatives, posted a long post on Weibo. The post was suspected of suicidal tendencies, which attracted the attention of many netizens.

Under the long post on Weibo, Liu Xuezhou's location is displayed in Sanya.

  In response to this matter, at 2 o'clock on the 24th, a police officer of the Sanya Public Security Bureau told The Paper (www.theaper.cn) that they had received the relevant alarm before and had gone to deal with it, and the other situation was not yet clear.

On the same day, several netizens said on Liu Xuezhou's Weibo that they had called the police and hoped that he was safe.

  At 2 o'clock on the 24th, The Paper called Liu Xuezhou many times, but the call was hung up and there was no response.

  After 2 a.m., Liu Xuezhou's aunt, Chai Mou, told the media: "Liu Xuezhou took medicine at the seaside in Sanya. After being found by a kind person, he was in the hospital for emergency treatment." die.

  In the early morning of the 24th, Liu Xuezhou posted a suspected suicide note on Weibo, saying that he was sold by his parents as a dowry gift when he was born, and that both his adoptive parents died at the age of 4. He was a victim of school bullying.

These labels such as "the boy who was looking for relatives was abandoned twice" are his most real experiences.

  In the article, Liu Xuezhou said that after he succeeded in finding his relatives, he was subjected to online violence by many netizens for publishing screenshots of himself being blocked by his biological mother on the Internet, and being "requested to buy a house by some people who turned black and white."

He wanted to "also return to the sea and end his life here".

  Peng Mei News noticed that on January 21, some netizens left a message in Liu Xuezhou's Weibo comment area to question Liu Xuezhou, saying that Liu Xuezhou was using his relatives to hype and establish himself, and Liu Xuezhou's behavior was to use the kindness of netizens to gain sympathy. .

In this regard, Liu Xuezhou commented on Weibo, saying, "Defamation is illegal, and the evidence is preserved."

  In the early morning of the 24th, after Liu Xuezhou released the article, many netizens left messages saying that they should call the police as soon as possible.

  The Paper previously reported that on December 6, 2021, Liu Xuezhou posted a video of his relatives searching online.

In the video, he claimed to be from Xingtai, Hebei, and was born between 2004 and 2006. Because his parents gave birth to him when he was unmarried, when he was three months old, his adoptive parents bought him from a hotel in Datong, Shanxi.

  On December 15, 2021, the police in Linfen, Shanxi found Liu Xuezhou's biological father through DNA comparison.

On December 27, 2021, Liu Xuezhou met his biological father, Ding Mou, in Shijiazhuang.

In early January 2022, Liu Xuezhou went to Inner Mongolia to see his biological mother again.

Liu Xuezhou said that after the death of his adoptive parents due to the explosion of fireworks, he lived with his grandparents at the age of 4, and his grandparents would also pay for child support.

Now, he is studying in a vocational school in Hebei, and he usually works part-time. Although it is hard, he can basically provide for his study and living needs.

At the age of 17, after he successfully searched for relatives online, he claimed that he was blocked by his biological mother due to housing problems.

  On January 18, Liu Xuezhou said on Weibo, "Is it wrong for me to ask them for a home of my own?" On January 19, Liu Xuezhou said again on Weibo that he would sue his biological parents.

That night, Liu Xuezhou told The Paper that he was preparing for legal procedures to sue his biological parents.

During this period of time, he lived in the room he rented. The next step is to call the police, hoping that the judicial authorities will criminally prosecute his biological parents, and "hope to prosecute for child abduction and abandonment."

  Reporter Zhu Xuan Yuyan

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