“That was a terrible thing for social media to put that out. I didn’t even know. I hadn’t even been notified. All I’m doing is requesting that people pray for us,” she said in a statement to NBC News.
Last week, the Atlanta Police Department received a call “regarding a person injured.” Upon their arrival at the East Paces Ferry Road NE, they found first responders performing CPR on an unidentified male.
While some mourned his death, others celebrated his passing. Samuels promoted “high value women,” and claimed women over 35 who had been unmarried and had children or were overweight were “leftover women.”
The woman who was with Samuels in his last moments took to social media to address the media frenzy.
“It’s crazy how complete strangers try to hurt your character. Believe it or not, there’s still good hearted people in this cruel world,” she wrote, before threatening legal action.
“Unbelievable to think that I have to clear my name for doing the right thing. Let me find a lawyer and make these people take all this mess down,” she added. “I’m a humble six figure woman from the Midwest. No need for a one night stand. My family and close friends know I’m a good person. People are evil but sending you love.”
She then deleted the post.