Chicago teenager Kenneka Jenkins was founded dead inside a hotel freezer, but there’s apparently more to the story. That’s what her mother wrote and that’s what Twitter users claimed Monday.

A seemingly innocuous clip of a girl listening to music started to make its rounds on Twitter days after Jenkins’ untimely death. At first glance, it seemed ordinary enough. But what raised suspicion for some people is that a girl can be heard saying, “Help me,” at the 15-second mark of the video.

It’s unclear if the video is authentic. Police reported Jenkins was found in the freezer of at the Crowne Plaza Chicago O'Hare Hotel and Conference Center Sunday after she went missing the day before. Her family was told she was drunk and walked into the freezer, but they didn’t buy it.

Jenkins’ mother, Tereasa Martin, said as much on a GoFundMe account. “This is a page set up for Kenneka Jenkins to help get justice for my baby girl,” she wrote. “As many of you may know, On Sunday morning,  Neka was found dead in a walk in freezer at Crowne Point Hotel in Rosemont, Illinois. We believe there is more to the story. Since this is still under investigation, there isn’t much I can say. The donations will cover funeral cost arrangements, also to help with the investigation. Anything helps. Help me get justice for her! God Bless.”

In a Twitter tale that has not been confirmed by police, netizens claimed Jenkins was raped. Their proof is the video where a girl apparently says “help me” and then the other girl in the clip turns up her music. Twitter users also shared screenshots from the alleged assailant.

Martin told police she didn’t believe her daughter stumbled into the freezer drunk, but she didn’t openly address the rape allegations.

“I believe someone in this hotel killed my child,” Martin said, according to WGN-TV.  “(I'm) horrified. It's something that no one could ever imagine. It's unbelievable.”

Jenkins’ sister, Leonore Harris, added to the network: “The freezer door is heavy. So there's no way. If they're saying she's drunk, she don't have no strength. If she had enough strength to open that freezer door, she would have had enough strength to walk straight.”

A cause of death for Jenkins is currently unknown. An autopsy was scheduled by the Cook County Medical Examiner.

The hotel issued a statement about Jenkins’ tragic death. “We are saddened by this news, and our thoughts are with the young woman and her family during this difficult time,” the statement said. “The hotel staff will continue to cooperate fully with local authorities.”

This is a developing story. Please check back for updates.

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