Seemingly endless conspiracy theories emerged after Chicago teen Kenneka Jenkins was found dead inside the walk-in freezer at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Rosemont Sept. 10. While police said there was no sign of foul play, netizens were not convinced. Thousands and people were convinced something sinister happened that night at the hotel, with internet users demanding police give more details about the night of Jenkins death. More than a month after she died, nine video clips of hotel surveillance were released to the public, WMAQ-TV reported Tuesday.

One of the popular theories was that Jenkins was murdered and then placed in the freezer, but the newly released 36 hours of footage shows the 19-year-old stumbling through the kitchen. Still, none of the video reveals the moment Jenkins entered the freezer, leaving questions unanswered for many.

The Chicago’s cause of death was hypothermia, WMAQ reported. Alcohol and topiramate intoxication were “significant contributing factors,” the Cook County Medical Examiner’s office said. Date rape drugs were not found in her system, officials noted.

She was found face down on her side. One of her shoes was missing and there was a small abrasion on her foot. Other trauma was not mentioned in the report, the Chicago Tribune wrote.

Kenneka Jenkins Surveillance video shown to Kenneka Jenkins' family did not show her walking into a freezer where she was found dead more than 24 hours after she went missing. Photo: Facebook/Kenneka Jenkins

“The family has not been provided any video or other evidence of Kenneka Jenkins walking into a freezer,” a statement from Jenkins' family read. “Serious questions remain as to how she ended up in a Crowne Plaza Hotel freezer and why it took a day and a half for the hotel to find Kenneka. Her death requires a thorough complete and independent investigation.”

By October 6, police filed 127 reports after conducting 44 interviews since Jenkins’ untimely death.

While police remained unconvinced that Jenkins death was anything but an accident, the teen’s mother said otherwise from the beginning. “I have an idea that something might have happened,” Tereasa Martin told WGN-TV in September. “I believe it was foul play involved.”

Her sister agreed.

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

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