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A social media influencer and content generator posted an Instagram video of her smirking and appearing to play with a necklace as she was questioned by police in New York about the stabbing of her boyfriend this week.
Genie Exum, 22, was arrested and charged with felony assault in regard to the stabbing of her boyfriend, the New York Police Department said in a statement provided to Oxygen.com. On Monday evening, police responded to a 911 call from a man who said he was being assaulted inside an apartment. He told officers that Exum stabbed him in the arm and back with a kitchen knife during an argument, according to the NYPD's statement.
Exum posted the video of the moment she was questioned by police to over 37,000 followers on Instagram. The content generator also charges $10-a-month for adult content on OnlyFans.
“They took my phone y’all I’m on the trap rm,” she wrote in the caption alongside the video. She also added the song “Locked Up,’ by the rapper Akon to the video, according to the Daily Mail. The song includes the lyrics: “Now they done stop me and I got locked up/They won’t let me out.”
Police did not provide details about what the nature of the couple's apparent fight. Her boyfriend, who has not been publicly named by authorities, was taken to a local hospital and is listed in stable condition; he is expected to make a full recovery. The New York Post and other media outlets reported that Exum’s boyfriend is Francis Amour, 30; he is known as Babty Boy Pajules on social media. Both are known for posting revealing photos on social media.
Exum was arraigned on Tuesday and released without posting bail, the Mail reported.
Prosecutors said they wanted her to be held on a $10,000 bail or a $50,000 bond for the second-degree assault charge, the Post reported.
“This is a violent case,” Manhattan Assistant District Attorney Grace Lunden said in court, according to Post.
Exum’s public defender, Brooke Quincy Myers, of Neighborhood Defender Service of Harlem, said the victim, “doesn’t want the case going forward,” the Post reported.
Judge Michael Gaffey agreed with Myers and ordered the content generator to stay away from Amor.
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