‘Graphic’ photos of deceased Kenneka Jenkins ‘raise more questions than answers,’ family says

Lawyers for the mother of Kenneka Jenkins, the Chicago teen found dead in a hotel walk-in freezer last month, said that photos police recently showed them leads to more questions.

Attorneys Larry Rogers Jr. and Sam Adam Jr. said in a statement that the newest photos were “of a personal, private and indecent nature.” According to The Chicago Tribune, Rogers and Adam claimed the “graphic and disturbing” images depicted “portions of Kenneka’s body exposed.”

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As CrimeOnline previously reported, Jenkins, 19, was found dead September 10 in a walk-in freezer at the Crowne Plaza O’Hare Hotel in Rosemont, Illinois. Hotel employees made the grisly discovery 24 hours after she disappeared while attending a party in the building.

Latest reports indicated that Crowne Plaza staff originally reviewed exit and entrance surveillance video but analyzed hallway footage afterward. A camera that caught the teen stumbling in the kitchen was supposedly motion activated and hadn’t been turned on for weeks until her body was found.

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Authorities said that there is no video of the teen walking into the freezer. Jenkins’ mother, Tereasa Martin previously accused hotel staff of withholding crucial video footage to avoid bad press.

Documents stated that a hotel worker found Jenkins lying face down on her side with one shoe off. Officials wrote that there was no evidence that she suffered trauma other than a small cut on her foot.

The lawyers’ statements come days after authorities released dozens of witness statements and police reports related to the controversial case. Though the family continues to demand answers, the Cook County medical examiner’s office ruled October 6 that Jenkins died of hypothermia and listed alcohol intoxication and the use of topiramate as contributing factors.

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The deceased teen’s family reportedly denied that their daughter was prescribed the anti-epilepsy medication.

[Featured Image: Facebook/Kenneka Jenkins]