In the wake of Kenneka Jenkins’ death, fake GoFundMe accounts were created by scammers to make money off the teen’s death. Her mother, Tereasa Martin, took to Facebook Live Tuesday to let her followers know she hadn’t set up an account, but would let everyone know when she did.

“I’m coming out here to let y’all know there’s a whole lot of people using my name [for GoFundMe accounts,” Martin said. “I thank y’all so much for y’all support and everything that y’all doing for me. I really appreciate y’all. But there’s a whole lot of [fake] GoFundMe accounts that are running around with my name on it. I’m going to make one. But I do not have one. So if you see one that’s already been made, when I get one, I’ll put it live.”

One of the popular phony accounts claimed the money was going to be used to pay for Jenkins’ death and to seek justice.

“This is a page set up for Kenneka Jenkins to help get justice for my baby girl,” the hoaxer 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.”

The page has since been removed.

The teenager was found dead inside a walk-in freezer Sunday. While police said there weren’t any signs of foul play, netizens claimed she was raped and killed by her friends. Police did not name her friends as suspects in Jenkins’ death.

Her cause of death was not revealed. Police would not reveal if lacerations were found on her body.

New video released by Facebook user Randall Jordan Tuesday showed Jenkins partying with friends in the Chicago hotel room. Jordan reportedly released the video because he wanted to prove he was at Crowne Plaza Chicago O’Hare Hotel & Conference Center in Rosemont, Illinois 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.

The clip has since amassed more than 50,000 views. Hundreds of comments poured in, with people telling their version of events. Some claimed they witnessed partygoers put something in Jenkins’ drink, which is a new theory sparked by social media users.

One of the most popular theories on the internet about Jenkins is that her friends set her up to be raped and killed. In a video posted by friend Irene Roberts to Monifah Shelton’s Facebook page, netizens claimed they could hear Jenkins say “help me.” Another tale from social media is that man can be heard saying, “We’re gonna murder someone.”

Police said they didn’t find evidence of foul play. Shelton and Roberts were not named as suspects.

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

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