Reported by the Los Angeles Times, the witness gave her testimony before a grand jury back in May in which she expressed that she was in shock that her car on the news.
The night Nipsey Hussle got killed, alleged shooter Eric Holder ran from the scene and into the car of an unidentified woman. The woman, whose identity remains unraveled, claims that she didn’t know what Holder did but realized something wasn’t right when she saw her car and license plate on the evening news tying it to Hussle’s murder.
In her grand jury testimony the woman was shocked seeing her car on the news. “My car is on [the TV] and everything and I didn’t do anything. I didn’t know this boy was gonna do this.”
The morning after Nip’s murder, the woman and her mother went to the 77th Street police station to cooperate on any details and to tell officers that her car was linked to the murder. In an odd turn of events the duo was turned away by the officer on duty.
The witness via Los Angeles Times the woman testified:
“One of the officers is like, ‘Well, don’t worry about it,’ you know. Don’t listen to the news.”
Her mom, still concerned pressed the issue to the officer saying, “Well, she needs to talk to somebody.” The police officer brushed her off and said, “don’t worry about it,” so the two women left the station.
Josh Rubenstein, a spokesman for the Los Angeles Police Department, said that the woman did not specify that her car was linked to the murder and that the desk officer she spoke to was very confused on what she was trying to say.
Rubenstein via Los Angeles Times:
“She was not making herself clear of what she was doing.”
Rubenstein also shared later that the officer thought she was reporting that someone recorded her car on television adding that the woman came back a short time later when she realized the officer misunderstood her and clarified everything.
The woman was granted immunity In exchange for her testimony and was interviewed for five hours by detectives once they understood her attachment to the case. She also revealed that she met Holder back in February and that on the night of Hussle’s murder, Holder threatened to slap her if she did not drive away from the scene.
Holder now currently faces life in prison. His bail set at $6.5 million.