Irene Roberts might have been the last person to record Kenneka Jenkins. The 19-year-old was found dead inside a freezer at Crowne Plaza Chicago O’Hare Hotel & Conference Center in Rosemont, Illinois, Sunday, nearly 24 hours after her friends reported her missing. While police initially said Jenkins stumbled into the freezer while she was intoxicated, Twitter users called foul play, citing a video that Roberts filmed and posted to Monifah Shelton’s Facecbook page early Saturday.

In the clip, some netizens claimed Jenkins was heard saying, “help me.” After her audible plea, Roberts seemingly turned up the music so Jenkins couldn’t be heard in the background.

A cause of death for Jenkins was not released. Investigators did not note if there were lacerations on Jenkins’ body.

Roberts, 21, is a mother-of-one. She works at L.G.M. Entertainment, according to her Facebook page. The “About Me” section of her account reads:

“L.G.M. Entertainment is a record label founded by Chicago, IL born producer/rapper/entrepreneur Allen ‘Grindin Pun’ Lane. L.G.M.’s music ranges from Rap & R&B to Pop & Soul. With a Successful release of founder Grindin Pun’s ‘Established to Grind #2’ CD in December 2013 the label expects to keep the momentum going with the release of the first L.G.M. Entertainment Compilation entitled ‘Tha Sample’ released July 2014. L.G.M. is fast on its way to becoming one of the top ‘Streamed’ and top selling ‘digitally distributed’ independent record labels worldwide. Our Current roster includes: C.Real, Eazy, Grindin Pun, K’Hari Q’Shaan, Lilbro, Lil-t9, P’Holsta, P$money, Jimmie Tye, & T8rock.”

The infamous video Roberts posted was viewed more than 4 million times. People noted they could see a figure in Robert’s glasses.

Police are aware of the social media videos and have seen them, too.

“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.

Aside from Jenkins possibly saying “help me” in the viral video, Roberts and Shelton reportedly changed their story about what happened the night the 19-year-old died. The friends claimed Jenkins forgot her phone after leaving a club so they went back to get the phone and left her alone. When they returned, Jenkins was reportedly gone. After searching for her for a few hours, they called Jenkins’ mother, Tereasa Martin at 4 a.m. Martin rushed to the hotel, but police did not start looking for Jenkins until hours later.

“I believe someone in this hotel killed my child,” Martin told WGN-TV.

Police didn’t name Roberts or Shelton as suspects in Jenkins’ death, but people on the internet aren’t the only ones who think the friends might be guilty.

“Best friend, no friend, you’re a suspect, you was in there, just come forward. You was happy enough to put yourself on Facebook, now be happy enough to come over here and tell these detectives what happened. Everyone that was in that room should march down to the police department. Somebody inside that room knows what happened,” Andrew Holmes, an activist who is working with Jenkins’ family, told WGN-TV.

Martin blamed police, saying her daughter might be alive if they started their search earlier. She created a GoFundMe page to help with the cost of the investigation and Jenkins' funeral arrangements.

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

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