Boyfriend Kills Girlfriend, Then Himself, After She Was Diagnosed with Lupus After Gruelling 10-Year Battle with Cancer – Son Reveals

A couple are dead in Clayton, NJ, in an apparent murder-suicide.

According to police in Gloucester, 45-year-old Anthony J. Williams and 43-year-old Nina D. Sinclair-Green were found dead at an apartment complex on the 300 block of North Broad Street

Damien Green, also of Clayton, NJ, son of Nina, said she had recently been diagnosed with Lupus just after beating cancer that she fought for 10 years.

Clayton police responded to a reported “domestic incident” and the sound of gunfire heard around 7 p.m. and found the deceased.

According to Damien Green, his mother went to the apartment with several others including two children and other relatives to retrieve personal belongings from her boyfriend’s home when the shooting occurred.

Williams shot Sinclair-Green dead and also opened fire at the assembled family in the parking lot before turning the gun on himself.

“That’s the only person I ever had,” Damien Green, Sinclair-Green’s 20-year-old son, told television reporters that evening.

“I want everybody to feel my pain and understand that this is real life. It’s not a game.”

An autopsy Wednesday determined that Sinclair-Green died from multiple gunshot wounds and deemed her death a homicide while Williams died from a single gunshot wound to the head, ruled a suicide.

Anyone with additional information can contact the Gloucester County Prosecutor’s Office by calling 856-384-5622 the Clayton Police Department at 856-881-2301.

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