Kamarie Holland

Man Accused of Murdering Kamari Holland Films Himself Raping Her Corpse After ‘Mom’ Sells Daughter to Him: Prosecutors

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Newly released court documents in connection with an Alabama man accused of murder paints a disturbing picture of a slain child Kamari Holland’s brutal sexual assault.

An indictment revealed Monday accuses 37-year-old Jeremy Williams of capital murder in the course of a kidnapping, rape, sodomy, corpse abuse, and child pornography production.

As CrimeOnline previously reported, Kamari’s mother, 35-year-old Kelly Siple, allegedly sold 6-year-old Kamari to Williams. The defendant paid Siple for sex with the girl and Siple knowingly provided the girl in exchange for “sexual servitude,” an arrest warrant states. Siple and Williams reportedly had a previous relationship.

Siple, also referred to as Kristy Hoskins, went on local television in Columbus, Georgia, claiming the girl was “her life” and professing innocence. Siple had donated the girl’s toys to WTVM-TV’s annual holiday toy drive and was interviewed by a reporter about the donation.

She’s now been indicted on murder and human trafficking charges by grand jurors in Russell County, Alabama.

Kristy Siple and Jeremy Williams/Police Handout

According to court documents, after Siple sold Kamari to Williams, he took the girl from her home in Georgia to an Alabama home he previously lived at. Siple reported her daughter missing on December 13, claiming that she awoke and discovered that the front door of her home had been open.

Later that same day, police found the girl dead in Williams’ former Alabama home.

Al.com reports that the recently-revealed court documents indicate that Williams “recorded himself raping and sodomizing” the child’s corpse “after having caused her death by strangulation.”

Handout/Kamari Holland

In the wake of the allegations, Columbus Assistant Police Chief Joyce Dent-Fitzpatrick cautioned parents to be vigilant about who is around their children.“This has really struck a nerve for all of us because we really care about our kids and our community,” Dent-Fitzpatrick told WRBL-TV. “The only thing I have to say is, please monitor where your kids are and who they are around.”

Williams and Siple are scheduled for arrangement on the indictments on April 5.

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[Feature Photo: Kamarie Holland/Handout]