Home invasion victim tells her side of the story after being shot by man she says she only knew a month

Home invasion victim tells her side of the story after being shot by man she says she only knew a month
Takeitha Adams was shot during a home invasion on Henderson Street that left the intruder dead after her brother shot him while defending her. (Source: KSLA)

SHREVEPORT, La. (KSLA) - A shooting victim is speaking out after a terrifying home invasion in Shreveport’s Cedar Grove neighborhood Monday night (Feb. 8), which police say led to the death of the intruder, just before he shot the victim in the leg.

The victim, Takeitha Adams, 24, is speaking exclusively to KSLA News 12 to get her side of the story out because she says some people are blaming her for the man’s death. It all began with an argument between the two, who just started seeing each other about a month ago.

Adams’ brother woke up during the night and shot the intruder as the victim was being hit by the man, who she knows only as “Green Money.”

The deceased has been identified by the Caddo Parish Coroner’s Office as Nikolas Mason, 23. He was positively identified through fingerprint comparison, the coroner’s office says.

Watch the full raw interview with Adams below:

RAW INTERVIEW: Shooting victim in deadly Henderson Street home invasion speaks about what happened

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