Who is Alexa Negron? Wiki, Biography, Age, Daeth Cause (Murder), Suspect, Investigation Report

Alexa Negron Wiki – Biography

Alexa Negron was harassed on social media, before her body was found with multiple gunshot wounds in Puerto Rico.

Little is known about the victim, who told people her name was Alexa. Her family isn’t talking.

It appears that a false narrative was spread on social media which led people to defame her, and may have driven some to target, threaten and kill.

Alexa used the women’s restroom at a McDonald’s in Toa Baja, Puerto Rico. Police tell CBS News someone accused Alexa of putting a mirror under a bathroom stall to peep on people, but they say there was no proof of that.

After the McDonalds incident, people started to shame Alexa on social media. “Crazy guy dressed as a woman,” one post said. “Be careful and watch out.” The false narrative spread like wildfire.

“All I saw was hate, and exclusively people saying that she had to be killed,” said Nandy Torres. He told CBS News lead national correspondent David Begnaud that he watched in horror as hate built on social media.

He’d met Alexa last November; he saw her lying on a bench looking scared and offered to help her. In a Facebook video he posted, he asked Alexa what was going on with her; she said she was depressed.

Alexa Negron Age

She was 29 years old.

Death Cause

He’d met Alexa last November; he saw her lying on a bench looking scared and offered to help her. In a Facebook video he posted, he asked Alexa what was going on with her; she said she was depressed.

Alexa. Nandy Torres

“Do you have a family?” Torres asked.

“No, I don’t,” she replied.

“Did they abandon you?”

She nodded yes.

On the night of Alexa’s murder, Torres sat at home responding to those hateful social media posts.

“I saw so much hate,” he told Begnaud. “I knew in my heart that the bad was going to get to her. And at 4 a.m., they killed her.”

Police told CBS News those social media posts may have motivated three 18-year-old men, who threatened Alexa and recorded it. “Look, it’s the crazy woman, the crazy man. Hey, give me that ass (beep),” is heard, followed by the sound of gunshots.

In that recording, something is shot at Alexa; police are investigating whether it was a pellet gun, a paintball gun, or a handgun with a silencer.

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The 29-year-old’s body was found on the side of a road, shot multiple times. Twelve 9-millimeter bullet casings were found at the scene. Police believe those three teenagers left and came back to the scene, and they think they either committed the murder, or know the person who did.

Now, Puerto Rico’s trans community is trying to educate people about what it means to be transgender.

Last Sunday, a person at a Toa Baja fast food restaurant filed a complaint against Luciano for entering the women’s bathroom, according to police. After police arrived to investigate the incident and approached Luciano, photos of the police encounter started circulating on social media.

Earlier this week, a video uploaded on social media appeared to show several people taunting and threatening a person widely believed to be Luciano, followed by the sound of gunshots. Authorities are still investigating the video. CNN has not independently confirmed its authenticity.
Police confirmed that day that they had found a body with multiple gunshot wounds in a grassland near a main road in Toa Baja, though they didn’t immediately identify who it was. Online, people assumed it was Luciano.
The next day, the Puerto Rico Department of Public Security confirmed that Luciano’s relatives had identified her body. Police are continuing to search for suspects.
Puerto Rico Gov. Wanda Vázquez said her death would be investigated as a hate crime.

Investigation Report

Luciano’s death has angered people both in Puerto Rico and the rest of the US, even drawing attention from Democratic presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren.
“I’m heartsick for Alexa and her loved ones,” the Massachusetts senator wrote on Twitter. “This epidemic keeps growing. We must use every tool we have to end it and protect trans women of color. #SeLlamabaAlexa”
Pedro Julio Serrano, a prominent LGBTQ activist in Puerto Rico, described the reaction at home as “an earthquake of consciousness” that struck the island.

A vigil held for Alexa. The trans woman was murdered on her 29th birthday. CBS News

Many mourners wanted a public memorial; her parents opted not to have one.

Nandy Torres said, “I want to believe that all of what has happened to Alexa, my friend, my sister, people change their way of thinking.”

Begnaud asked, “What did you learn from her?”

“It’s hard for me … the true pain of a human being whom I appreciated. She reignited the flame within me, the fire to keep my feet on the ground and keep trying to be a better person.”

In life, it seemed that Alexa suffered silently. In death, she was humiliated publicly, and may have been killed because of an accusation that was never proven to be true.

About the mirror which someone accused Alexa of using to spy on someone in the bathroom (which the police did not find proof of), Torres said she would use it to watch her back and see who was behind her.

The Puerto Rico Police Department is leading the investigation. The FBI could open a hate crime investigation, but so far it has not.

The Human Rights Campaign says at least 26 transgender or gender non-conforming people were killed in the U.S. last year. Ninety-one percent of those cases were black women, and 81 percent involved people under the age of 30.


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