Mother of alleged Kansas City shooter launched GoFundMe during ‘tragic time’: Report

The mother of one of the suspected Kansas City Chiefs‘ Super Bowl parade shooters is under fire after purportedly setting up a GoFundMe to help her son get through a “tragic time.”

Lyndell Mays, 23, is charged with second-degree murder, armed criminal action, and unlawful use of a weapon following the deadly shooting at the Chiefs’ celebration, and his mother, Teneal Burnside, set up a now-deleted online fundraiser for him as he was in the hospital, according to a report.

“He is in the ICU fighting for a recovery from several surgeries from going to the Chiefs’ Super Bowl celebration with his older sister,” the fundraiser purportedly read.

“Getting shot multiple times at a time that was [meant] to bring so much joy to so many has [brought] pain and sadness to all that was attending.”

At least $100 was raised through the GoFundMe prior to the charges being filed against Mays, the report noted.

That money was reportedly intended to pay for his medical treatment.

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Mays allegedly began shooting following a confrontation with 18-year-old Dominic Miller, who is also facing charges.

During an altercation between the two, Mays brandished his gun, which began a shootout that injured over 20 people and purportedly killed 43-year-old Lisa Lopez-Galvan.

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