YouTube Shooter Vents on Website After Making Just Pennies for Videos

The YouTube shooter was reportedly angry that she made as little as 10 cents on some of her videos. Nasim Aghdam, 39, opened fire at the YouTube headquarters in San Bruno, Calif., Tuesday afternoon, injuring three people before turning the gun on herself. Aghdam's videos were watched by nine million people, but she found out that getting famous on YouTube doesn't guarantee a big payout. "My revenue for 300,000 views is $0.10????" she wrote on her website.