An Indiana lady who was shot and killed on Tuesday is accepted to have live-streamed herself uncovering a closeted gay worker hours before her demise.
WTTV announced that Jane Waughfield, 40, was shot close to the crossing point of Lafayette Road and West 30th Street in Indianapolis. Witness accounts demonstrated that the Camaro the injured lady was driving at that point went at rates of 90 to 100 mph and hit a blue vehicle.
Following the multi-fender bender, a man in the blue vehicle purportedly strolled to Camaro and found Waughfield inert inside.
The coroner’s office has not yet discharged Waughfield’s reason for death, which means it’s hazy whether she passed on because of the shooting or the ensuing auto accident.
As indicated by WISH, the theory has surfaced that her killing is associated with a video she presented on Facebook hours before her demise. As of Thursday, authorities haven’t freely connected the Facebook Live communicate to her demise.
During the 17-minute video, Waughfield guaranteed she found a male business partner having intercourse with another man. She related advising the men to pay her $5,000 or she would discharge their names.
Later in the video, Waughfield revealed to her devotees that she dreaded for her life. She said if something ought to happen to her, the man she was attempting to blackmail is mindful.
“They attempted to execute me. They drove me out of the house,” she said during the now-erased Livestream.
WRTV revealed that police are figuring out who shot Waughfield before Tuesday’s accident.