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Freeman’s step-granddaughter ‘killed in exorcism’

Published 17/08/2015

Morgan Freeman’s step-granddaughter was reportedly stabbed to death by her ex-boyfriend.

The 33-year-old actress was found unresponsive outside her home in New York at 3am on Sunday morning. She was pronounced dead in hospital soon after and it has been claimed that it was her ex-boyfriend who took her life as he attempted to perform an exorcism ritual.

“’Get out, devils! I cast you out, devils! In the name of Jesus Christ, I cast you out!’ ” the suspect screamed, according to George Hudacko, who witnessed the attack from his window in Washington Heights, The New York Post reports. “The girl was making a lot of noise, screaming. I saw something sparkly going up and down. … I called 911, I was begging them to come.”

The boyfriend reportedly continued to stab E’Dena in the torso even after she had stopped screaming and her body had become lifeless. The 30-year-old was still screaming at her when law enforcement officers arrived at the scene.

E’Dena was the granddaughter of Morgan’s first wife Jeanette Adair Bradshaw. Though they weren’t genetically related, the pair were close and E’Dena joined the Million Dollar Baby actor at a number of red carpet events.

Within hours of the attack, the 78-year-old issued a statement paying tribute to his loved one.

“The world will never know her artistry and talent, and how much she had to offer," he said according to People magazine. "Her friends and family were fortunate enough to have known what she meant as a person. Her star will continue to shine bright in our hearts, thoughts and prayers. May she rest in peace."

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