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On June 6, 19-year-old Black Lives Matter activist, Oluwatoyin "Toyin" Salau, tweeted that she had been sexually assaulted.
"I was molested in Tallahassee, Florida, by a black man this morning at 5:30 on Richview and Park Ave," the teen wrote.
"The man offered to give me a ride to find someplace to sleep and recollect my belongings from a church I refuged to a couple days back to escape unjust living conditions.
"He came disguised as a man of God and ended up picking me up from nearby Saxon Street. I entered his truck only because I [don't] carry anything to defend myself, not even a phone (which is currently at the church) and I have poor vision. I trusted the holy spirit to keep me safe."
Several people responded to the thread, asking Toyin if she was okay and offering their support.
She never replied.
On June 13, Toyin Salau was found dead.
"Everywhere I f***ing go, I'm profiled." Toyin was a passionate BLM activist. (Warning: strong language.)
Who was Toyin Salau?
Toyin had become a fixture of the Black Lives Matter protests that sprung up in the wake of the death in custody of African American man, George Floyd, last month.
Footage from a recent rally in Tallahassee captured her speaking in honour of murdered black trans man, Tony McDade, and urging people to unite against racism and violence against the black community.