The Virginia beach shooting took place on Friday 27th March in the state of Virginia.10 people were injured due to the gun firing, including two individuals who died, in three separate shoot out in Virginia Beach.
Club Star Deshayla Harris Lost Her Life
Three people have arrested in connection with the first shooting. The shooting is unrelated to the two separate shootings that took Lynch and Deshayla ‘s life. The reason and cause for the shooting looks like a fight that took place among a group of people on Atlantic Avenue, the police said.
The argument turned into a physical fight, which after a point ended up in a gun firing. The Three men are aged 22, 20, and 18, were arrested and were charged and arrested for using a firearm resulting in a crime and careless handling of a firearm in link to this incident.
Who is Deshayla Harris everything you need to know
The police heard more gunshots at a nearby spot and found Harris shot. She died at the crime scene, the police said. The police believe that Harris was an innocent victim probably who got stuck in the shooting and had an untimely demise due to the shooting.
The Bad Girls Club star was 29 years old. She belonged to Norfolk, Virginia, Deshayla is best known for her 2017 appearance in Season 17 of Bad Girls Club. The show is produced by Bunim-Murray Productions, the Oxygen Channel reality. The series brought groups of rebellious women together for a three-month stay in a mansion, scanning their behavior amongst their new peers, and was also seen if their past track records of bad behavior could be improved.
Many of her co-stars took to social media to pay their tribute and also her sister paid a tribute to her. Keyaira “Key” Hamilton who was her co-star wrote a tribute for her on Instagram.
She wrote You didn’t deserve this man, “Rest easy Babygirl thank you for always pushing me and supporting me no matter where we were in our friendship…watch over me She wrote You didn’t deserve this man, “Rest easy Babygirl thank you for always pushing me and supporting me no matter where we were in our friendship…watch over me.
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