Tim Bergling was murdered on April 20, 2018, in Oman. The Swedish musician and producer known by the moniker “Avicii” died at 28-years old. The media speculated his death was due to drugs or alcohol despite his sobriety. Others claimed it was due to his poor health (despite the fact it improved after he quit touring). Oman is listed as a “Tier 2 Watchlist” country in regards to human trafficking by the U.S. Department of State. Oman neighbors with Saudi Arabia, Yemen, and the United Arab Emirates in the Middle East.
Avicii’s closest friends and partners spoke with the Times one year after his death. All 12 who spoke agreed about one thing above all: They didn’t see it coming. They insist that in the months before it happened, Avicii was in the best spirits they had seen him in for well over a year. “He had so many plans,” said Lucas Von Bahder, a close friend since middle school. Avicii was adamant in stop touring despite the insistence of Universal Music and his father.
Avicii was diagnosed with acute pancreatitis back in 2011, which resulted in the forced removal of his appendix and gall bladder in 2014. Performance anxiety was problematic for him and planned to dedicate himself to recording and producing. The suicide narrative used this and went on saying he couldn’t keep on living with his disease. Initially, sources reported he died in the Muscat Hills Resort over his 1-week stay. But later it was revealed that he died outside of the resort at a luxurious farmhouse owned by royalty. The house is owned by a relative of the Sultan of Oman, Haitham Bin Tariq.
The House of Bernadotte & The House of Oranje
Avicii denounced child sex trafficking in his directorial debut “For A Better Day” in 2016. In the video, child abuse victims hunt down their abusers. After killing them, they brand the word “pedophilia” on their bodies. One of the pedophiles killed in the video is a powerful government official, as Avicii is revealed as one of the avengers. A forceful and powerful message to all, including those who abused him. Avicii’s father, Klas Bergling, is rumored to be involved in secret societies. Avicii Music AB had profits of $28million from 2011 to 2016, when he stopped touring.
The Swedish crown’s involvement with the House of Oranje was brought to my attention. Apparently, they like to organize hunting parties together, which involves child sex trafficking. “Hunting Parties” consist of secret gatherings of high profile elites in one of their properties in which children are hunted like game. Avicii was in touch with journalist Bechir Rabani and model Natasha Jaitt. Rabani’s murder prevented him from revealing Sweden’s biggest child sex trafficking scandal. The crimes involve media executive Robert Aschberg and other elites. 33-year old Rabani was found dead on December 15, 2017.
Natasha was found dead on February 23, 2019, from an induced overdose. The model appeared on TV denouncing celebs of pedophilia. Natasha got intel from Ines Zorreguieta (June 9, 2018) and sent it to Avicii. The latter shared it with Chris Cornell, Chester Bennington, and Anthony Bourdain. These men were murdered and set up to look like suicides by hanging. Omani police say Avicii took his own life using a shard of glass from a broken bottle “causing massive bleeding.” Those who knew him best say he would never kill himself.
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