Ex-Girlfriend of YouTuber Ray Diaz "scared to go home" after he is released from jail - Dexerto

Ex-Girlfriend of YouTuber Ray Diaz "scared to go home" after he is released from jail

Published: 14/Jul/2019 13:18

by Connor Bennett


Angelica Salek, the ex-girlfriend of Ray Diaz, says she is “scared to go home” after the social media star was released from jail on bond.

Ray Diaz, also known as Raymundo Diaz, was arrested by Los Angeles Police Department detectives in San Diego, California on July 12 on suspicion of sexual assault

The claims were raised against him on July 11 when girlfriend Angelica Salek appeared on Drama Alert to speak up on the situation. He was handed a $500,000 bail amount but was released on bond on July 13 after someone paid $50,000. His release has unsettled his ex-girlfriend who used Twitter to make her concerns known.


Twitter/Ray DiazDiaz has over 300,000 subscribers on his YouTube channel.

YouTuber Daniel ‘Keemstar’ Keem, whose Drama Alert video on the situation seemingly helped shed light on what was happening, tweeted out a tearful video from Salek after Diaz was released.

“I just found out that Ray got released from jail and I just feel really scared right now,” started the 17-year-old actress. “I don’t know what to do. I’m scared to go home and I don’t think this is fair. He got out of jail for $50,000 and I don’t think that everything he’s done, how scared he’s made me feel, that is ok – I’m so scared to go home.”


That video came an hour after she had already revealed the news of Diaz’s bond to her Twitter followers. 

“I have never been so scared in my life… Ray Diaz is out of jail,” the young actress tweeted, clearly shaken up by the news.

Of course, Salek received plenty of support from her followers and others who saw the scared tweet – with many reassuring her that she was going to be fine. 

Others suggested that she seeks out friends and family that she could rely on, with the actress noting that her mother is working closely with detectives to ensure her safety. 


Neither Diaz or anyone connected to him has made an official statement about his arrest or subsequent release.