Bernard Robinson, Shanquella Robinson’s father, has spoken out about his daughter’s tragic and mysterious death.
Robinson had travelled from Charlotte, North Carolina, to Mexico with six friends on October 28 to celebrate a birthday. She was discovered dead less than 24 hours later. Friends initially claimed Robinson died from alcohol poisoning.
Shocking footage emerged of Robinson, who was nearly naked at the time, being brutally beaten by a woman believed to be her friend before her death. Her parents are now demanding answers because they believe something far worse happened to their daughter than “alcohol poisoning.”
Bernard Robinson Discussed The Viral Fight Video In An Emotional Interview With T.M.Z. He stated that his lovely daughter was not “the fighting type.” He also stated that she would never engage in a physical altercation. He is convinced that the entire thing was a “setup.” “Her friends back home would never have let this happen,” he added.
Mr. Robinson also spoke with Wsbtv, saying that he has been crying and trying to figure out what happened to his daughter.
Bernard Robinson stated, “I can’t even be a grandfather; I can’t even walk her down the aisle; she’s gone.”
Salamondra Robinson, Robinson’s mother, also stated, “After they said it was alcohol poisoning, we received the autopsy report, and it said that her neck had been broken and she had a back spasm, and there was a crack, and the spinal cord was cracked.” “That kicked it up a notch because it meant someone had attacked her.”
The FBI has opened an investigation into her death, as have Mexican officials’ homicide investigations. The FBI stated to WBTV that they have “opened an investigation into the death of Charlotte resident Shanquella Robinson in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, on or about October 29.” “We have no further comment due to the ongoing investigation.”
Salamondra Robinson stated on Thursday that she is relieved that an investigation is underway to find out what happened.
“It feels great.” My stomach no longer feels empty. “It Feels Like We’re Getting There,” she said.