A new video that seemingly showed Kenneka Jenkins partying in a hotel room with a bunch of people surfaced Wednesday. The clip was shared by Facebook user Randle Jordan, News One reported Wednesday. Jordan wanted to prove that he was at Crowne Plaza Chicago O’Hare Hotel & Conference Center in Rosemont, Illinois with the 19-year-old the night she died.

“Dis another live video with all them n----- & females who was in that room with all know some! She was seen at 1:38sec & 3:34 ...... R.i.P Kenneka Martin #kennekajenkins #WATCH,” Jordan captioned the video.

By Wednesday afternoon, the post amassed more than 50,000 views, was shared nearly 1,000 times and garnered hundreds of comments.  It seemingly shows Jenkins at the times Jordan mentioned in the caption of his video, but he’s not friends with the teen or her friends, Montifah Shelton and Irene Roberts, on Facebook.

In the video, the group of more than a dozen people are drinking and dancing. At one point, the manager of the hotel knocks on the door to tell them to keep the music down. The crew abides, but soon goes back to drinking and having a good time.

One of the things commenters noticed about the video was that Jenkins did not appear to be drunk. Previously, police reasoned Jenkins was extremely intoxicated and stumbled into the freezer on her own accord. Naturally, most people did not buy that version of events.

“Who knows what time any of this is but if the time is right... she's not staggering drunk! So it has to be the hotel lyin. They are yet to show footage besides her walking in the building. They have to have something so you telling me the girl that work there was able to go behind the desk on an off day and mess with the cameras without anyone knowing!? Come on and I didn't see her take the drink from the other girl,” commenter Myiesha Chenise wrote.

Another noted the circumstances about Jenkins’ final moments were sketchy. “It’s crazy in the last moments of her life all is out there is bits and pieces of what happened that night. It’s hard to say what happened especially if you wasn’t in the room or there personally but the truth always comes to the light!. #resteasybbygirl,” Devious'shayy Busby said.

While police said Jenkins’ death was not a homicide, her mother, Tereasa Jenkins, insisted that someone in the hotel room killed her daughter. “I believe someone in this hotel killed my child,” Martin told WGN-TV Sunday. “(I'm) horrified. It's something that no one could ever imagine. It's unbelievable.”

Police said they viewed the Facebook Live video, which was recorded by Roberts and uploaded to Shelton’s page.

“Yes, they’ve looked at it and continue to look at it and all the other social media videos and posts. They are leaving no stone unturned as far as trying to corral everyone they can and talk to them and interview them about what happened and what was going on that night,” Rosemont Police spokesman Gary Mack told the Chicago Tribune Monday.

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

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