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LITHONIA — The adventures of Pookie & Ray Ray continue. Viral Crimes released the murder documentary of exotic dancer Aleka Simmons who was shot dead by her simpin’ boyfriend, 32-year-old Otis Dennis Walker, because she broke up with him. The femicide transpired at their residence on August 1, 2019 in Lithonia, Georgia. Aleka, 27, reportedly told Otis she was sick and tired of being his punching bag and she wanted out of the relationship — sparking an argument. As the quarrel intensified, Aleka called 911 and told the operator she feared for her safety. “If anything happens to me…,” she said. The dispatcher also heard arguing in the background, with Aleka asking, “Are you threatening me? You’re gonna kill me?” Minutes later, Otis pulled out a gun and opened fire — striking Aleka in the chest. She died at the scene. When law enforcement officials arrived, Otis fired 19 shots — striking DeKalb County Police Officer Derek Nunn. Then he fled on foot through the nearby woods.
Officer Nunn was transported to Grady Memorial Hospital where he received treatment for his injuries. He’s gonna be ok. After a massive manhunt, Otis was arrested and charged with multiple felonies — including murder and aggravated assault on a law enforcement officer. During the trial, Otis claimed self-defense. But the court didn’t buy it. Otis was sentenced to life in prison.
What’s sad is Aleka had Otis arrested for domestic violence 3 weeks prior to the murder.
He even beat her up in front of police.
But Aleka bailed him out and refused to press charges.
Social media reaction was vicious. One commenter wrote, “I can’t feel empathy for women who keep choosing and staying with these thugs… She caused her own demise.” Another chimed in with, “The sad part is most domestic violence victims don’t want help. They hide their bruises and post bail.” A third viewer added, “😾This is why you don’t keep bailing out these losers.”
Otis’ mom was in the home at the time of murder.
He told her he committed femicide because he wasn’t going back to jail.
Aleka’s family and friends believe police couldn’t done more to protect her.
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