A witness revealed the last words of Morgan Freeman’s grand-daughter after she was tragically killed in 2015, as her boyfriend, Lamar Davenport, viciously stabbed her multiple times.
An eyewitness revealed the dying words of Morgan Freeman’s grand-daughter, E’Dena Hines, who got stabbed by her boyfriend in August 2015 and later passed away with sustained injuries.
The witness stated that just moments before her death, Hines asked her boyfriend, “Why are you doing this?”
According to the witness, Cristina Aviles, 22, claimed she saw Hines and her live-in boyfriend, Davenport, while walking with a group of friends. The incident took place on 162nd Street in Washington Heights.
Talking about the incident, Aviles said, “They were arguing. She was on the ground, and he was on top of her, restraining her, stopping her from getting loose from his grip.”
The 22-year-old tried to call the cops while Hines’ boyfriend was yelling at her that he will release the devil out of her. Aviles further added that she saw when the boyfriend took out his knife and stabbed Hines multiple times.
She continued, “There was multiple stabs — the back, and then on the front of her chest and her neck.”
According to the witness, he stabbed the 33-year-old a lot of times and then somehow flipped her over and stabbed her on the chest. Although she continuously tried to retaliate by pushing and kicking him, but he didn’t stop until Hines movement stopped.
Davenport allegedly stabbed Hines 25 times while he was under the influence of drugs. Hines’s was also the grand-daughter of Jeannette Adair Bradshaw, Morgan Freeman’s first wife.
Aviles stated that she and her friends really wanted to help Hines, but were afraid that Davenport might attack them too. In her emergency 911 calls, Aviles told the operator she couldn’t perform CPR on the victim as her attacker was standing there.
The girl who now lives in Miami also told that she came to testify because she wanted to help Hines out and wanted justice to be served. She said, “I want justice, just like everybody else.”
After the announcement of his grand-daughter’s death, the Oscar-winning actor, Morgan Freeman said, “The world will never know her artistry and talent, and how much she had to offer.”