This is Brittni Glass, the woman who Kansas City Chiefs linebacker Jovan Belcher allegedly spent the night with before he shot and killed his girlfriend then killed himself.
“I was with him that night, that’s it,” an unrepentant Glass told The Post Monday.
After having dinner and drinks together at a local tavern, Belcher took Glass home, but he fell asleep in his Bentley outside her apartment, according to the woman’s neighbors.
Police rousted Belcher from his drunken stupor around 2:30 a.m. He told police he was waiting for his girlfriend who lived in the building. Police say Belcher made a call on his cell phone, them went inside the apartment building.
Neighbors say Belcher left the apartment building around 6:45 a.m. for the 10-minute drive to the home he shared with Perkins and his mother.
In 911 calls released by Kansas City police on Wednesday, Belcher’s mother, Cheryl Shepherd, pleaded with the mortally wounded Perkins.
“Kasandra, stay with me! The ambulance is on the way. You hear me? You hear me? Kasandra! Stay with me!”
“She’s barely moving,” Shepherd told the dispatcher. “Please hurry. I don’t know how many times he shot her. They had been arguing.”
After shooting Perkins 9 times, Belcher leaned over and kissed the dying woman on her forehead, apologized to his mother and kissed his newborn daughter before leaving the house.
Belcher arrived in the parking lot of the Arrowhead training facility a few minutes later. He held a gun to his head as he was approached by Chiefs General Manager Scott Pioli.
“I did it,” he reportedly told Pioli. “I killed her.”
Piolo tried to coax the distraught player into putting the gun down. But Belcher thanked him for everything he had done for him, and asked him to take care of his daughter.
“Guys, I have to do this,” Belcher told Chiefs Head Coach Romeo Crennel and linebackers coach Gary Gibbs before firing a single bullet into his brain.
“He cared about her,” Police Sgt. Richard Sharp said. “I don’t think he could live with himself.”
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Thanks to loyal reader Angela P. for the photos!