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Eerie Video Shows Boy, 17, Pointing & Waving Gun Before Fatally Shooting Girlfriend, 15, After Argument Over Cheating! (Video)

Eerie Video Shows Boy, 17, Pointing & Waving Gun Before Fatally Shooting Girlfriend, 15, After Argument Over Cheating! (Video)

by January 27, 2019 0 comments

Sadly, Only Thing That Can Take Down A BT Is An ED!

By: Tommy “Tj” Sotomayor

No one feels sorry for men who get used by hoes so why should any one feel sorry for women who get killed by thugs?

The world is a horrible harsh place and for many of us, our end will be a painful sad one and for this teen girl, it was all of that plus very short!

She had just celebrated her 15th birthday and the entire world was supposed to be in her future but instead, this girls future would only be a few more hours after that birthday and would end with her being shot in the chest by her 17 year old boyfriend.

The Spring, Texas teens are now in the news for something that no one should ever have to endure as well as the parents of both who have to be in a world of pain but we must let our kids now the dangers that await them… Lets watch!

The best we can do as parents is try to not only keep an eye out on your kids but keep an eye out on those who they associate with as well.  These other kids parents are usually not parents and as a matter of fact they are more like friends allowing their children to do what ever they want in order to look cool.

I have not went to the young girls facebook or IG pages but how much do you want to bet that this girls page was extra grown?

You need to tell your kids that the choices that they make at a young age can KILL THEM!

Eerie video shows boy waving gun around before he fatally shot 15-year-old girlfriend

SPRING, Texas – An eerie video shows the moments before a 15-year-old girl was accidentally shot and killed by her 17-year-old boyfriend, the Harris County Sheriff’s Office said.

The Sheriff’s Office arrested Javon Martin, 17, following the early-morning shooting Sunday in Spring.

The fatal shooting occurred around 1:30 a.m. Sunday at a home on Kimberly Glen Lane near Postwood Glen Drive.

According to investigators, Martin was playing with a rifle when he pointed the weapon at the girl, identified by her mother as Makaila Simon, and pulled the trigger.

Simon was wounded in the chest and died.

“They were inside a bedroom. There were other people home at the time, and our condolences go out to the family,”  Harris County Sheriff Ed Gonzalez said.

Gonzalez said in a tweet the two had been dating.

Simon’s mother, Nicole Marlborough, said the victim was a ninth-grader at Lamar High School.

Marlborough said her daughter just celebrated her 15th birthday Saturday at the Cheesecake Factory.

“I’m pretty sure she would not have been over here, and I’m pretty sure it was not an accident,” Marlborough said.

Marlborough said a video taken from Simon’s cellphone shows Martin waving a gun before he shot her daughter.

VIDEO: Boyfriend seen on camera waving gun before killing girlfriend

In the video, you can hear Simon asking Martin to stop pointing the rifle at her. This was recorded minutes before Simon was fatally shot in her chest.

Martin made an appearance in court Sunday afternoon and has been charged with criminal negligent homicide for Simon’s death.

Martin was out on bond for another charge. The judge set his bond at $10,000 in this case.

The Houston Independent School District issued a statement after learning about Simon’s death:

“The Houston Independent School District is deeply saddened to learn of the tragic death of one of our students. Cases like this are always extremely difficult to bear and we will have grief counselors on campus tomorrow to assist students and staff.  We offer our deepest condolences to the family and to all who loved and cared for our student.”

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“Something needs to be done as far as gun violence. It should be no reason why a 15-year-old or 14-year-old have guns. It should be no reason how parents are even allowing guns to even be in their home,” Marlborough said.