Desmond Amofah, better known as the popular "YouTuber Etika," was found dead Tuesday by the New York City Police Department.

Amofah, who had 321,000 Twitter followers and 252,000 Instagram followers, disappeared on June 20 after uploading a video to his second channel, TR1Iceman, talking about his suicidal thoughts. It was removed by YouTube not long after for violating community guidelines but continued appearing as other channels re-uploaded the video to their own channels. The search became more complicated when it was reported his belongings were found Saturday on the side of the Manhattan Bridge.

Amofah, 29, had previously talked about his struggles with mental health.

He first amassed a following online through his Nintendo-focused videos and streams. After gaining a notable following, he began appearing on other popular YouTube channels and networks, such as Rooster Teeth’s Achievement Hunter and LetsPlay channels.

However, fans and YouTubers began expressing concern for Amofah over the last year as his behavior started to appear more erratic.

It began in October when he uploaded pornography to his main channel in clear violation of YouTube’s policies. He then commented, “Time to die,” after the channel was deactivated for the inappropriate material.

Things escalated when Amofah live streamed a standoff with New York police after posting images of himself posing with a gun online, seemingly threatening suicide. He was taken into custody after the standoff and transported to a Brooklyn hospital to get treatment for his mental health. This was followed up in May after he reportedly assaulted a police officer.

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In this photo, police cars sit on Main Street in Dallas, Texas, on July 7, 2016. Laura Buckman/AFP/Getty Images