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Hoodrat Black Chick Arrested For Shooting And Killing Teen While Filming TikTok Skit With A Rifle! (Video)

Hoodrat Black Chick Arrested For Shooting And Killing Teen While Filming TikTok Skit With A Rifle! (Video)

by October 19, 2023 0 comments

Never Trust A Chick Wearing Glue!
By: Tommy “Tj” Sotomayor

This is one of those situations where people want me to feel sorry and I really have a hard time getting up that much energy to feel that way.

19-year-old accidentally killed by woman who’s accused of using rifle as prop for TikTok video: JSO

Photo of Aniyah Womack
Photo of Aniyah Womack (WJXT)

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – A Jacksonville woman died in an accidental shooting in May that happened while she was recording TikTok videos with a 20-year-old woman who was using a rifle as a prop, according to the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office.

Aniyah Womack, 19, was shot in the stomach and dropped off at a local hospital in May. She died hours later. For 135 days, her family waited for answers.

Mariah Clayton was later identified as a suspect and arrested on a manslaughter charge last week.

According to Clayton’s arrest warrant, Womack was driven to the hospital by two people, the driver and Clayton, who first said they saw Womack walking on a sidewalk near Trednick Parkway and picked her up before driving her to the hospital.

But the man driving the car later told detectives he had gone to an apartment complex to buy weed and when he arrived, the people in the apartment claimed Womack had shot herself and needed a ride to the hospital.

Mariah Clayton, 20
Mariah Clayton, 20 (Copyright 2023 by WJXT News4Jax – All rights reserved.)

JSO interviewed people who were inside the apartment and one witness said Clayton and Womack were in the bathroom filming TikTok videos late that night. A witness told police Clayton was holding an “all-black rifle” and Womack was filming her popping out of the shower with the gun.

A short time later, a man entered the room, said they didn’t need to be playing with the rifle and tried to take the gun from Clayton, JSO said. Clayton then began to pull away and the man said, “Let me check something,” and reached for the rifle before it went off, a witness told police. The witness said they thought the man was going to check the safety of the gun held by Clayton, but he did not touch it before it went off.

Based on witness testimony, investigators said they believe Clayton was in possession of the rifle at the time of the incident.

“Clayton, while attempting to film Tik-Tok videos, was inappropriately handling the rifle and was culpably negligent in her actions even after being told that she should not be playing with the rifle,” her warrant reads. “The culpably negligent actions of Ms. Clayton led her to be directly responsible for the death of Aniyah Womack.”

Clayton is currently being held on a $250,000 bond. She is expected to be back in court at the end of the month.

Womack’s family says that they want justice.

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“We just want justice. Whatever justice looks like. I mean, the industry experts, that’s what they do. So, we just want it to be handled right. We want justice not only for Aniyahm but honestly for anybody else out here too,” Womack’s cousin Autumn Redding said.

The Womack family also encourages families who are still searching for justice for their loved ones to never lose hope.

“Don’t stop fighting for your babies. Y’all got to speak up. You got to be present. You got to show up. You got to make sure you connect with some of the people in the community MAD DADS, Silent Women Speaking,” Redding said. “Build a support system.”

Womack’s family says that her smile and personality will be truly missed.

20-year-old woman accused of manslaughter in Regency-area shooting death of 19-year-old in May

Mariah Clayton, 20
Mariah Clayton, 20 (Copyright 2023 by WJXT News4Jax – All rights reserved.)

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – A 20-year-old woman has been charged with manslaughter in connection with the shooting death of a 19-year-old woman in the Regency area in May, the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office announced on Friday.

On May 24, JSO responded to a report of a shooting in the 1200 block of Kendall Town Boulevard. Family members later identified the victim as Aniyah Womack.


Mariah Clayton was later identified as a suspect and arrested.

“We love Aniyah very much. So much,” Womack’s grandmother, Gail Taylor, told News4JAX in May

Taylor and her family feel the circumstances leading to Womack’s death don’t make sense.

According to JSO, officers were called to Memorial Hospital around 12:30 a.m.

Taylor said she and Womack spoke over the phone just six hours before then.

“She said that she was going to be home today. So that’s what we were waiting on for her to come home,” said Taylor.

Her family said Womack was with a group of people, people who they believe aren’t speaking up.

Preliminary information to JSO brought officers to the intersection of Trednick Parkway and Monument Road.

JSO said there was no scene at that intersection, but police said somewhere in that area she was picked up by a man and a woman. They dropped Womack off about 15 minutes away at Memorial Hospital.

Police questioned the people who dropped her off.

“We want to know where her stuff is, where she is, where are her friends that were hanging out with her?” said Autumn Redding, Womack’s Cousin. “Any accident, you stay by their side, you follow through. This wasn’t that.”

Police said it’s unclear if the people who dropped her off were Good Samaritans or suspects.

Whoever dropped her off, didn’t give the hospital Womack’s name.

The family got to the hospital between 1 and 2 a.m. They said Womack died around 4 a.m.

“Under the circumstances, it’s no reason we’re providing a name for her after she passes away,” said Redding. “We definitely want to make sure that her life is represented to know that they took somebody special from us, and we’re going to do what we can do to make sure we get justice for her.”

Redding said Womack was supposed to be starting a new job days before her death.

Womack’s sister told News4JAX she was the life of the party and didn’t deserve to be left at the hospital alone.

Her family also said they were thankful for the community and organizations’ support.

Aniyah Womack, 19
Aniyah Womack, 19 (Copyright 2023 by WJXT News4Jax – All rights reserved.)

Copyright 2023 by WJXT News4JAX – All rights reserved.

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