A Texas man has been charged with murdering a cheerleading coach who was the mother of his three young children.
According to KBMT, police in Jasper, Texas, found 24-year-old Rosalyn Lewis dead inside her apartment early on November 18th.
Police said her cause of death was determined to be “blunt force trauma.”
Her boyfriend, William Christian Thomas, 23, of Livingston, was arrested and charged with murder. A judge set his bail at $1 million.
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According to a GoFundMe set up by her family, she has three children, ages 5, 3, and 2.
The fundraiser said the young mother was “taken away from her family because of the malicious acts of someone she trusted and once loved.”
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While continuing to work as a cheer coach, Lewis had dreams of becoming a veterinary technician.
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“Rosalyn’s influence was so great that every young girl she coached became a cheerleader at Jasper High School. Rosalyn will be truly missed and her legacy will be extended to her children, families, and “He will live forever with the love and memories from his team, friends and the Jasper community,” the fundraiser said.