Tragic Apartment Fire Takes The Life Of A Young Woman Amidst Allegations Of Foul Play

by Gee NY

In a devastating incident on December 26, 2023, a seemingly random apartment fire claimed the life of 29-year-old Keera Brabham, a licensed esthetician in Broward County.

While initial reports pointed to a tragic accident, Brabham’s family asserts that this was no random fire but a result of an alleged attack by her former boyfriend fueled by jealousy.

According to a press release from the Broward County Sheriff’s Office, Brabham was found inside apartment 203 and was transported to a local hospital, where she was pronounced deceased.

Brabham’s mother, Juliet Brabham, revealed to Local 10 TV station that Keera had ended her relationship with the suspect three to four weeks prior.

The family believes the attack was an act of jealousy and questions the severity of the violence, wondering why it escalated to the point of taking her life. Juliet expressed the pain of having to raise Keera’s 4-year-old child without their mother.

Stephanie Gladman, Keera’s sister, expressed the family’s distress during the holiday season, stating:

“You do this to someone’s family during the holidays, you got to pay.”

The family is calling for justice and urging authorities to thoroughly investigate the circumstances surrounding Keera’s death.

City law enforcement, having initiated an investigation, stated that the 4-year-old child was not present in the apartment at the time of the fire.

Keera Brabham. Image Credit: Black Girl Tragic

Witnesses reported hearing an argument followed by the outbreak of the fire, raising suspicions about the nature of the incident.

Cellphone footage obtained from a neighbor and aired on local TV captured smoke billowing from the apartment complex.

Witnesses recounted chaotic scenes with fire alarms blaring, urging residents to evacuate.

As the investigation unfolds, the Broward County Sheriff’s Office seeks information from the public.

Anyone with relevant details is encouraged to contact BSO Homicide Unit Detective John Curcio at 954-321-4210 or submit tips through the SaferWatch app. For those who wish to remain anonymous, Broward Crime Stoppers can be reached at 954-493-TIPS (8477) or online.

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