Cameron Robbins jumped off the boat

A disturbing new video has emerged showing panic and chaos aboard the ship in the Bahamas moments after an 18-year-old Louisiana star high school baseball player jumped from the ship after performing a dare that turned deadly. The footage shows Cameron Robbins splashing in the vast ocean waters, without a life jacket and clad only in a bathing suit, as many of his classmates are in shock while others scream in hysterics. Cameron Robbins jumped off off the boat.

‘This damn kid jumped!’ one person said.

Another said: ‘Oh my fucking god. Oh, he shuts up. Oh, bye… bye… Oh… shit!


‘He grabs the buoy… grabs the buoy,’ others yelled, hoping he would hear them.

But, the video shows Robbins, who was a few feet from the boat, suddenly drifting in the other direction and away from the buoy, before disappearing into the darkness, witnesses said.

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Louisiana star baseball player Cameron Robbins jumped off the boat

The US Coast Guard and various agencies searched the ocean waters for days looking for the missing youth. On Friday night, the US Coast Guard officially called off the search, authorities said. Witnesses claimed that he was acting in defiance when he jumped overboard at 11:30 p.m. from the Blackbeard’s Revenge sunset cruise, according to the WAFB.


The ship was near Athol Island, an uninhabited island located northeast of Nassau when Robbins jumped into the sea. Robbins had graduated from University High in Baton Rouge just days before and was seen wearing his gown and smiling big in an Instagram photo taken days before he went missing.

The star athlete was celebrating his recent high school graduation with dozens of other seniors from other Baton Rogue high schools, including U-High, Episcopal, Catholic and St. Joseph’s Academy, a parent told the news outlet.

The students had arrived on the island just hours before the pirate-themed sunset boat tour and had been staying at Atlantis Paradise Island in Nassau, the father said.


After Robbins jumped, the boat and his crew members tried to locate him along with various agencies, including the US Coast Guard. The US Coast Guard District Seven deployed multiple search and rescue assets in response to enlisting assistance from their partners in the Royal Bahamas Defense Force.

They planned and conducted a 325 square mile search for the youth. Our Coast Guard command center and Miami-based aircrews supported the RBDF search and rescue efforts from the initial report Wednesday night and continued through Friday night,” read a statement from the US Coast Guard

“The RBDF informed us tonight that they were suspending active search efforts pending further developments, and were not requesting further assistance from the Coast Guard after notifying the Robbins family.” “We offer our sincere condolences to the family and friends of Cameron Robbins.”


Robbins’ social media pages highlight his talent for baseball and his love for his friends and family. “Cameron is a boy truly loved by his teammates, teachers and classmates,” said his devastated U-High baseball coach, Justin Morgan.

“He is a fierce competitor on the baseball field. He is a hard worker both on and off the field. ‘Our school community is struggling right now, but hopes for the best. “Our thoughts and prayers have been and will remain with the Robbins family during this difficult time.”

A GoFundMe has been set up to help support the family.


“Cameron’s mother, Shari, is an indescribably incredible teacher and her kindness and devotion has helped countless children throughout her career,” wrote organizer Daniel Eiklor and recipient Shari Robbins.

“Please donate what you can and share this fundraiser to support her and her family through this unimaginable situation.” As of Monday night, over $10,695 has been raised, surpassing their initial goal of $10,000. The US Coast Guard did not respond to’s request for comment.Read More…..

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