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Popular singer dead from overdose.
Blog King, Mass Appeal
JACKSONVILLE BEACH, Fla. – The adventures of Pookie & Ray Ray continue. George Sapp, 42, was thrown in the slammer after he gave narcotics to 27-year-old singer Charity “Linique” Huntley who ended up dead from an overdose. Charity died on April 6, 2023 at Baptist Beaches Hospital in Jacksonville Beach, Florida. Details are sketchy but all we know is George put Charity, who was naked, in the back of his Chevy Tahoe and drove her to the emergency room around 9 a.m. When they arrived, her “body was cold to the touch, and stiff — indicating signs of rigor mortis.” Doctors exhausted every life-saving measure but it was to no avail. Charity was pronounced dead a week before her 28th birthday. Her mom, Mary Huntley, had a feeling something was wrong when she couldn’t reach her daughter. “It’s been hell for me,” Mary told reporters.
“I hadn’t talked to her… and I called her and her phone was going to voicemail. I felt sick, I was like, ‘Why is she still not answering her phone?’ It’s 1:30 in the afternoon and she is not answering her phone… The detective called me and said they had my baby since 9 o’clock that morning, and they told me that my baby was gone.”
Medical examiners conducted an autopsy and determined Charity died from an overdose of fentanyl, oxycodone, and ethanol. Police opened an investigation and George was arrested in September. He was charged with possession of a controlled substance with intent to sell, but he hasn’t been charged in connection with Charity’s quietus. Ain’t that a bitch?
During interrogation, George told investigators he ran into Charity at the beach and they proceeded to hang out on a boat. He said Charity asked for pills and he gave her half of a Percocet. George definitely gave her more than that because surveillance video at his apartment shows a disoriented Charity holding on to his arm in order to walk. You can tell he got her high, then raped her.
To compound matters, Mary said Charity was on her way to stardom.
“She did dancing, and she smashed it, she sang, she was raised in the church singing, that was her passion, modeling… that was just her pleasure, but she rocked everything she did,” she recalled.
Mary started the “Charity of the Arts Foundation” in remembrance of her talented daughter.
“The goal for the organization is to support local artists and companies, dance companies, different things of that nature,” she explained.
“Uniforms are expensive, costumes are expensive. And I want to be able to help and give back.”
The foundation also has a referral service.
“If they’re looking for a good producer, or if they’re modeling, they want to know how to do a photo shoot, I want to be able to refer them to other professional, experienced producers and photographers and you know, just so that they will be able to help work with them,” Mary said.
She also asked the community for a favor.
“Please help me get justice for my daughter,” Mary pleaded.
“She can’t fight from the grave. She can’t say what she did and didn’t do and she can’t tell me what happened.”
Watch the explosive documentary, George’s court appearance, and a pair of Charity’s music videos.
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