Alexis Sharkey's sister feels she was murdered as cops investigate suspicious death: 'Who had so much anger?'

This is not the first time someone from Sharkey's close circle has come forward about notions that her death was suspicious as Sharkey's friends believe in the possibility too


                            Alexis Sharkey's sister feels she was murdered as cops investigate suspicious death: 'Who had so much anger?'
Alexis Sharkey (Facebook)

HOUSTON, TEXAS: Instagram model Alexis Sharkey's body was found hours after she went missing on Friday, November 27, 2020. Her mother, Stacey Robinault, confirmed the death of her daughter, who according to reports was found naked. Sharkey's sister Tobi Robinault, meanwhile, revealed in an interview that she believed her sister was murdered.

The last time the model was heard from was at 6 pm on Friday. Apparently, every call made to her cellphone was going to voicemail. Sharkey's body was found on Saturday, November 28, morning by a garbage truck driver. It was reported that he had seen feet "sticking out from under some bushes."

The Sun reported that Tobi told KTRK, "I have this terrible feeling that it was foul play. It hurts me so much. She was such a fun, happy person. Who had so much anger in them that they could do this to her?" This is not the first time someone from Sharkey's close circle has come forward about notions that her death was suspicious as Sharkey's friends have done so too.

The publication revealed that Lauren Breaux told an ABC affiliate, "We don't know what happened. We obviously have had ideas. We believe she was murdered, absolutely. I'm going to be honest, she confided in me about how worried she was for her safety when we went to Marfa, Texas, almost a month ago. We were sitting down at dinner and she lost it. We walked back to our hotel room and she confided in me that night in things. I looked at her [and thought], 'She's petrified. This girl is scared for her life'."

We had also earlier reported that Stacey, Sharkey's mother, had told Click2Houston that the "circumstances" around Sharkey's death weren't accidental. She said, "The way in which she was found — my child would never do that to herself. That doesn’t even make sense. That is absolutely foul play. There is nothing to me that suggests that this was an accident. And there’s nothing to me that suggests anything else, other than that this was done to her. And I believe that in my mother’s gut.”

According to reports, Sharkey, who had over 20,000 Instagram followers, went missing on Friday, November 27, after an argument with an unidentified person before she was found dead. Sharkey's husband Tom told KTRK that he had told his wife to not drive when he had last seen her.

"She understood me. I understood her. We didn't fight when she left. I just told her she couldn't drive under the influence. She left anyhow. This is where we're at. I'm sorry. I'm sorry. I'm not a jerk. I'm just destroyed."

We had reported reported that he had further said that he doesn't need to "set the record straight" - "I'll let it play out the way it is. I know what my life was with my wife," he added. The duo had been married a year. It has also been reported that no "visible injuries" were seen on the model, and the cause of death has not been revealed yet.

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