Moments later, Davis announced in his Instagram story that Harrison’s funeral was paid for. He shared a picture of Harrison with angel wings and said, “MAY YOU REST IN PEACE…FUNERAL PAID FOR.”
According to WMAR, “On December 10, Harrison filed charges against two people who lived near her salon, after she caught them in the back of her business stealing merchandise. In written testimony, Harrison accused one of the suspects of holding her down while the other one hit and stomped on her after she demanded her property back. The two suspects then allegedly fled with $3,000 worth of hair bundles “expensive hair extension” that Harrison sold at her salon. Harrison told a court commissioner she knew that one of the suspects had a violent background and was scared for herself and others in the salon.