Florida Woman Shared Post Saying You Should Never Let a Man Hit You, Then Killed Her Boyfriend, Police Claim

Minutes before a Florida woman allegedly killed her boyfriend she reportedly wrote a Facebook post warning other women never to let a man "put his hands on you," police have said.

According to the Pensacola News Journal, Jaquoia Xiaxiana Collins took to social media roughly 20 minutes before she allegedly stabbed her boyfriend Quartez McShane in the Wild Oak Farms Apartments in Cantonment, Florida. He later died of his injuries in hospital.

"Ladies, NEVERRRR let a Boy put his hands on You cs a Real MAN ain't Going for it," the 24-year-old suspect wrote on Facebook in now deleted posts.

After making the initial post at 11:19 p.m. on Saturday, Collins then added another message later that evening. "N***** Only think you Good for Sex, like b**** did you Know I knew how to Draw," she wrote. McShane reportedly succumbed to his wounds at 12:22 a.m. Sunday.

Jaquoia Xiaxiana Collins
Jaquoia Xiaxiana Collins took to social media roughly 20 minutes before she stabbed her boyfriend Quartez McShane in the Wild Oak Farms Apartments in Cantonment, Florida. Handout

According to the report following Collin's arrest, deputies from Escambia County Sheriff's Office attended a call to the apartment complex north of Pensacola on U.S. 28 at 11:39 p.m. At the scene McShane was unresponsive and seen lying on his back in the road. He was found on the driver's side of his Mitsubishi Galant.

Under the victim's shirt one deputy found a one-and-a-half inch stab wound in the man's sternum, the area in the middle of the chest. At the time McShane had a pulse, but it was weak. Blood could be seen on the outside of the car. The injured man was taken from the scene to nearby Baptist Hospital, where he died.

Officials made copies of the posts shared by Collins around the time of McShane's death and then removed them from her account. Her statements from interviews with investigators were not included in the public arrest report.

She was arrested Sunday and denied a bond. Circuit Judge Scott Duncan declined to set the bond despite the intervention of McShane's mother on Collin's behalf.

"I know Jaquoia, and I would like for her to have bond, if you don't mind," the victim's mother Samantha Allen said during a tearful plea in court. "Because I know that she's a good mother. I'm hurting. I'm broken. But I know she has kids, and I want her to get her affairs in order, for her kids. She has my grandbaby. And I forgive her. And I love her. And I don't know if she intentionally tried to do it. It's up to you," she added.

Duncan has said there is probable cause to believe Collins committed the crime. Surveillance camera footage has shown her running away from McShane's car after he returned to the Wild Oak Farm Apartments.

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