BASIS Concerned assault suspect Aariel Maynor shared disturbing messages before he reported killing the icon’s wife and shooting himself in the foot.
The police said that Maynor had a “criminal record” and was on parole when the shooting occurred.
After being ID’d, it was revealed that the 29-year-old “widely” criminal had shared some disturbing messages about Facebook Page.
In a post, uploaded in 2018, Maynor appears to have predicted her own demise, writing: “I’m my own sh**ter. On Bl**dz.”
The alleged thief also posted a photo of himself in a white insulated long-sleeve shirt, sitting on a bunk bed in what appears to be a cell with the caption: “Rite of impeachment now hour.”
In another 2018 post, Maynor shared some selfies of herself with the caption, “Just got out of jail on Saturday.”
According to police, Maynor is believed to have used Rifle AR-15 when he was about to rob Avant’s house.
Other details surrounding the robbery and what led to Jacqueline’s shooting remain unclear.
High power musical executive Avant and a security guard are also present in the house after the quiet end of the fight when Maynor breaks in.
The security guard is said to have been shot but not beaten.
Avant himself was not injured in the attack.
When officers arrived, they found a woman with a gunshot wound, and there were no suspects at the scene.
Jacqueline was taken to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center but did not survive.
‘BURGLAR SHOOTS HIMSELF’
Maynor was arrested after police received a call about a shooting at another resident. Officials said on Thursday.
The 29-year-old was arrested hours later after police received a call reporting a shooting at another resident in the Hollywood Hills.
A male, later identified as Maynor, was found in the backyard with a gunshot wound to the leg and taken to a local hospital.
Maynor has yet to be charged with Jacqueline’s death.
Jacqueline’s tragic death occurred after 90-year-old former Motown Records president Avant – who has been dubbed the “godfather of black music” – was introduced to Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in October.
Avant is the subject of Netflix Original documentary, The Black Godfather.
With a name inspired by Avant’s nickname, the documentary examines his life from his relationship with Louis Armstrong’s longtime manager Joe Glaser to his relationship with Al Capone, who helped Avant started his career.
“Anything related to human rights, that tells you everything you need to know about him”, documentary intro video talk about Avant.
“He’s not scared, man. Absolutely fearless.”
NETFLIX CEO PICTURE AT AVANTS HOME
Their daughter, Nicole Avant, who also produced the documentary, is married to Netflix CEO Ted Sarandos.
Exclusive photos obtained by The Sun show Sarandos, 57, leaving the couple’s $7.3 million Beverly Hills home the day after Jacqueline was killed.
An eyewitness who witnessed the high-powered streaming service CEO arrive at the Avants estate in Beverly Hills’ upscale Trousdale Estates said: “Sarandos drove there alone and looks very sullen.
“He was at the property for about 40 minutes. He was doing all the work and didn’t really say much to the five security guards who were there.
“The housekeeper and another woman took containers and bubble wrap into the house.
“Security officers then helped load Sarandos’ black Porsche Cayenne SUV with containers, including shirts, coats and other belongings before Sarandos drove off on his own.”
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https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/16932828/clarence-avant-suspect-aariel-maynor-disturbing-messages/ Clarence Avant attack suspect Aariel Maynor shared disturbing messages before ‘killing icon’s wife and shooting himself’