Beierle had been arrested twice in the past six years by the university's police, according to criminal records.
Beierle, of Deltona, a city near Florida's Atlantic coast more than 200 miles from Tallahassee, had been staying at a local hotel. One woman said in a police report that Beierle grabbed her while she was at a soda fountain and she "thought it may have been her boyfriend at first".
A 2012 mugshot of Scott Paul Beierle.
'You don't think about this in Tallahassee and now you have to, ' said Ms Welling, 26, who lives in the neighbourhood. Records show that the charges were eventually dismissed after Beierle followed the conditions of a deferred prosecution agreement.
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In a June 1, 2016, case, Tallahassee police responded to the clubhouse of an apartment complex swimming pool where a woman, 19, told an officer that a tenant at the complex had touched her butt, according to a police report. The second woman said Beierle had also grabbed her on "three separate occasions over the last month". On it, he posted songs with lyrics describing violence against women, with one song, complaining about "the girl I can't get in the sack", posted just hours before the shooting. One video contained a rant about how women had caused the author to be misogynist.
According to The New York Times, Beierle was sympathetic toward Elliot Rodger, who killed six people and wounded 14 others in 2014 near the University of California, Santa Barbara.
Scott Paul Beierle then fatally shot himself inside the studio. His likeness matches that of a man in a video expressing hate towards black people. When she said no, court documents say he grabbed her buttocks and left. The person in the T-shirt had been pistol-whipped while trying to fight off the gunman, police later said. He declined to say what kind of gun Beierle had. "If you didn't know it was there, you basically wouldn't know [about the studio]". Beierle also had a SoundCloud account that is still active. He killed himself at the scene Friday. Rodger was a self-identified "incel", short for "involuntary celibate".
In one video, the man said promiscuous women deserved to be crucified and he suggested putting up land mines to keep people from crossing into the USA from Mexico. The page also includes a quote from Patrick Bateman, the fictional serial killer from "American Psycho": "I just want to have a meaningful relationship with someone special". In the aftermath of that attack, NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro spoke with Arshy Mann, a Toronto-based reporter who covers incels and defines them as an "online subculture of young men who feel very frustrated with their sexual and romantic lives". "We are very proud with how our community rallies together in really unusual, critical, and really some scary times", he said.