Shanquella Robinson’s mother speaks out to demand friends be charged after tourist found with broken neck in Mexico

Shanquella Robinson’s heartbroken mother has demanded answers about her daughter’s death in Mexico.

Shanquella Robinson, 25, was on vacation in San Jose Del Cabo when she was found unresponsive at her mansion on October 29.

Sallamondra Robinson has spoken out since her daughter's tragic death - and is demanding answers

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Sallamondra Robinson has spoken out since her daughter’s tragic death – and is demanding answersPhoto credit: CNN
Shanquella Robinson was found unconscious at the villa where she was staying in Mexico

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Shanquella Robinson was found unconscious at the villa where she was staying in MexicoCredit: Facebook

Her mother, Sallamondra Robinson, said she left the US the day before with a group of six who she believed were her friends.

Sallamondra said the group initially told her her daughter was suffering from alcohol poisoning, but later spoke to a woman who told her she had died.

The mother claims she kept in touch with the woman until she received her daughter’s autopsy results – which showed Shanquella suffered a broken neck and serious spinal cord injury before her death.

Speaking of the group her daughter was in, she told the Independent: “I couldn’t really confront them because they were gone.

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“I spoke to the police. I didn’t speak to the others [again] because I haven’t seen her anymore.

“They came [to our home] before the autopsy came.”

Mexican authorities said in a statement last month they are investigating Shanquella’s death as a murder of a woman — a term used by local police to describe the murder of a woman because of her gender.

The Daily Beast later reported that if detectives determined she was not killed because of her gender, however, her death would be ruled a normal homicide.

It came after a heartbreaking video appeared online showing the businesswoman being beaten by one of the women in the group they were with.

Prosecutors have since said her death was not an accident but the result of a “direct attack”.

According to The Charlotte Observer, a local doctor was with Shanquella for three hours before she was pronounced dead.

She was initially found to be “dehydrated” but stable.

A police report said the doctor who responded to the scene advised Shanquella to be taken to the hospital, but people in the room insisted she was treated there.

The members of the group that Shanquella was traveling with were allowed to travel home to the United States.

But the Mexican police have since issued an arrest warrant for one of the women on the trip.

The FBI has not confirmed whether arrests or extraditions were made at this time.

Sallamondra Robinson told The Independent: “I’m just trying to wait until someone gets arrested. The FBI says nothing.”

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She described her daughter as a “good person” who “loved people”, “loved life” and said she had two shops that braided children’s hair and sold clothing.

The family has set up a GoFundMe page to pay for their legal fees and other critical expenses while continuing to demand answers for Shanquella.

The 25-year-old died with a broken neck and other injuries

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The 25-year-old died with a broken neck and other injuriesPhoto credit: family handout
Mexican police have issued an arrest warrant for a woman in connection with her death

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Mexican police have issued an arrest warrant for a woman in connection with her deathCredit: Instagram/Shanquella Robinson

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