A mother of three from Shreveport, Louisiana was shot and killed while streaming on Facebook Live.
Rannita Williams was using the popular feature when her ex-boyfriend,Johnathan Robinson,36, shot her Thursday morning. Police responded to a call about the gunshots around 10:45 a.m. Robinson exchanged gunfire with officers and struck one officer in the wrist.
Robinson refused to exit the home for an hour during the police standoff but eventually surrendered. Upon entering the home, authorities discovered Williams with a single gunshot wound.
In the Facebook Live video, Williams is heard telling Robinson to stop after he fired six gunshots. The couple was on and off for two years and Williams was currently in a relationship.
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Police charged Robinson with one second-degree murder, being a felon in possession of a firearm, simple criminal damage to property and counts of attempted first-degree murder. He was armed with In the video, Robinson is heard telling Williams to apologize.
“Now apologize b—-,” she’s flips the camera over and greets the audience
“Hey y’all, this NuNu,”
Williams apologizes and Robinson yells he doesn’t care about the police.
“Yes, I was wrong. I didn’t have any business going off like that,”
“I don’t give a f— about police, you hear,”
Before firing the gunshots, Robinson yells:
“Wanna be famous? I’ll make you f—— famous,”
Allegedly, Robinson had a girlfriend during the time he dated Williams.
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Williams was transported to a local hospital after police discovered she had life threatening injuries but she died upon arrival. A relative told Shreveport Times that Robinson was very violent with Williams during their relationship.
“I mean basically, I guess (he came over) to torture her. That’s the only thing I could see. She didn’t deserve it. Why would you even come here?”
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