Heartbreaking footage shows a Georgia teen seemingly interrupted as she films herself twerking — just moments before she was shot to death, according to her family.
But in her final clip, filmed just after midnight, the teen appears to be startled, quickly turning off the camera as someone comes into the room.
“What happened after she made that last TikTok video at 12:02 a.m. and she was dead at 12:23 a.m.?” her grieving mother, April Smith, asked.
“I need answers,” she told Fox 5.
A teenage boy — not identified because of his age — has since been charged with her felony murder, as well as aggravated assault, reckless conduct and possession of a pistol by someone younger than 18, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported.
Investigators described the two teens as “acquaintances” and said they were the only people inside the Hyatt Regency room at the time of the shooting, the paper said.
Williams’ family, however, say they want more charges in the case — including the parent who booked the hotel room when the murdered teen’s family assumed she was at a party at an Airbnb instead.
“She was responsible for getting the hotel room for these minors. The hotel room was in her name, so I feel like she should be held accountable for my daughter’s death as well,” Smith told Fox 5.
It is unclear who the parent was who booked the hotel room and her relationship to Williams.
Smith also complained that it took eight hours for her to be told about her daughter’s death — saying it came in a call from the morgue, not police.
The grieving mom insisted there was “a lot of foul play” in her daughter’s case, saying, “I’m just trying to put all the pieces together.”