Police are searching for answers after a chilling video surfaced of a Shreveport woman begging for her life before her boyfriend shot and killed her live on Facebook last Thursday, according to the Shreveport Times.
Rannita Williams, 27, died after her ex-boyfriend Johnathan Robinson entered her home with an accomplice and held her hostage. Robinson started recording a video on Facebook live and demanded Williams apologize on camera.
“Now apologize, bitch,” Robinson yells on camera.
“Hey, y’all this NuNu,” Williams begins.
“Yes, I was wrong. I didn’t have any business going off like that,” Williams says.
Police have not specified what Williams was apologizing for.
In the video, which has since been removed from Facebook, Robinson yells at Williams and starts pacing back and forth behind her.
There is another person presumably holding a phone and recording the unreal ordeal.
“I don’t give a f*** about police, you hear,” Robinson said as he taunts Williams. He then opens the door to the home saying, “Pull up right now. Pull up.”
Then Robnson continues his tirade against Williams.
“Wanna be famous? I’ll make you f****** famous.”
Williams pleads for her life: “Stop, Johnathan. Stop, Johnathan,” before at least six shots rang out, ending her life.
“Now, bitch. Game over,” Robinson said as he stood over the phone that had been dropped to the floor. “Game over.”
Charges against Robinson
Robinson was arrested after a shootout with police. He is being held at Caddo Correctional Center and the charges include: one count of second-degree murder, one count of being a felon in possession of a firearm, two counts of simple criminal damage to property and — in charges added late Friday — seven counts of attempted first-degree murder, according to the Shreveport Times.
Williams cousin Trina Williams, said Robinson had been violent with her before and wasn’t even allowed to come to the home.
“I mean basically, I guess (he came over) to torture her. That’s the only thing I could see,” said Trina. “She didn’t deserve it. Why would you even come here?”
Williams was a mother of three children: (none of which were Robinson’s) Damaya, 4; King, 6; and Jada, 13.