Chicago Woman Who Narrated Shock Torture Video Has Long History Of Arrest

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Brittany Covington, the Chicago woman who narrated a despicable video in which a mentally challenged man was tortured, has a lengthy history of prior arrest.

Covington, one of two sisters arrested in the shocking Facebook Live torture video, has a long history arrest for offences including theft and violence.


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Covington was busted in October for stealing liquor from a Chicago CVS. She and friends stole a bottle of Jack Daniels, 2 bottles of brandy and a bottle of Mike’s Hard Lemonade. Covington caught a break when the complaining witness — a store clerk — was a no-show in court so the case was shelved. We’re told prosecutors have 4 months to refile and get the complaining witness on board.

As the older sister, Tanishia, 2 years ago she was arrested for endangering the life or health of a child. According to legal docs, obtained by TMZ, she open-hand slapped a woman in the face as the woman held her 10-month-old child. A protective order was issued and the case was dismissed. Tanishia was also arrested in 2015 for refusing to leave a social services organization after visiting hours ended. She was also busted last year for riding in a stolen vehicle. She pled guilty and got 1 year probation, which means her probation can be violated for the Facebook Live incident. h/t tmz

Jordan Hill, Tesfaye Cooper, Brittany Covington and Tanishia Covington were charged Thursday with aggravated kidnapping, hate crime, aggravated unlawful restraint and aggravated battery with a deadly weapon.


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