Indianapolis woman killed after she posted Facebook video promising to expose gay men if they didn't pay her $5000
An Indianapolis woman was killed in what police believe to be a targeted murder after she posted a video on Facebook, in which she threatened to expose men’s gay relationships if they didn’t pay her $5,000.
40-year-old jane Waughfield was shot and killed Tuesday morning when she was driving her vehicle near the intersection of West 30th Street and Lafayette Road in Indianapolis. After she was shot Wuaghfield in her car then crashed into another vehicle. She became the only fatality in the crash, another victim was hospitalized in serious condition.
The story began when Waughfield entered the apartment of another man she had sex with "a long time ago', looking for her phone and saw him make sex to another man. The men then allegedly chased her out of the apartment.
“I feel disgusted,” she said in the video. “I’ve been sick all day.”
In her Facebook video Waughfield said that she threatened the men to give away their relationships if they didn’t pay her $5,000.
“If you don’t give me some money I’m f**king telling everybody,” she said. “Oh, y’all don’t want to pay? B***h, I let you give me some head and you were f**king n****rs in the a**?”
After the video containing her say ““today was your day to get exposed,” was posted, Waughfield said she was threatened to be killed.
“They tried to kill me,” she said, “So if anything happens to me, y’all know they tried to kill me today.”
“If something happens to me or something like that,” she said at the end of the Facebook live video, “At least you guys know the truth, okay? Because he’s quite upset about the change of events that has occurred at this point.”
According to the coroner, it is still unclear whether Waughfield’s death was caused by a gunshot or a car crash.