Woman Claims Self-Defense In College Roommate's Tragic Murder

In 2016, Shanterrica Madden was sentenced to 29 years in prison for killing college basketball player, Tina Stewart.

By: Crime Feed Staff

Tina Stewart and Shanterrica Madden shared an off campus apartment, but they couldn't have been more different. Many arguments boiled over, and one heated confrontation escalated into a deadly fight. Tina's loved ones are still trying to piece together what happened that night. Watch this episode of Fear Thy Roommate, exclusively on discovery+.

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