A Louisiana mother who was shot dead by a former boyfriend livestreamed the fatal encounter on Facebook.
Rannita Williams begged her on-again-off-again partner, Johnathan Robinson, 36, to stop threatening her in the video.
“Stop, Johnathan,” she can be heard saying. “Stop, Johnathan.”
Robinson and Williams had broken up two years earlier, according to a relative.
Williams was reportedly in a relationship with someone else, and was happy.
Robinson showed up at Williams’ home, where he held her hostage, authorities said, according to the Shreveport Times.
He fired shots at police and at Williams, who died.
Robinson was charged with 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 seven counts of attempted first-degree murder, jail records show. He is being held at Caddo Correctional Center.
An aunt described Williams as smart and humble, according to the report. She worked as a hair dresser and interior designer, Trina Williams said.
Police responded to a report of shots fired at the home around 10:48 a.m.
Officers were fired at upon arrival. At least one officer was struck in the wrist, according to reports.
The three-minute-long Facebook video captures the hostile altercation between Williams and Robinson. It has since been removed from the site.
“Now apologize b—-,” Robinson tells Williams.
The camera flips around and Williams addresses the audience.
“He y’all, this NuNu,” she says.
She offers an apology, but it’s unclear what for.
“Yes, I was wrong. I didn’t have any business going off like that,” she said.
Robinson paces behind Williams, yelling.
“I don’t give a f— about police, you hear,” he says as he walks away and opens the door to the home.
“Wanna be famous? I’ll make you f—— famous,” he says.
Six shots are fired at the door—at which point Williams begs Robinson to “stop.”
The phone tumbles to the floor, and three more shots can be heard.
“Now, b—-. Gave over,” Robinson says, standing over the phone, the Shreveport Times reports.
Police confirmed that the footage was captured inside Williams’ home.
Officers surrounded the home — and were fired at before arresting Robinson.
Williams was found inside the residence with life-threatening injuries. She was taken to the hospital but was declared dead upon arrival.
Robinson was armed with a rifle, according to authorities.
Williams’ family members described Robinson as violent toward her in the past.
“I mean basically, I guess (he came over) to torture her. That’s the only thing I could see,” Trina Williams said. “She didn’t deserve it. Why would you even come here?”