Jefferson Parish investigators have classified the deaths of a Metairie couple as a double murder.
“She was a very good person and she didn’t deserve this at all,” said friend and transgendered female Johnny ‘Angel’ Brown.
Her Facebook page has been flooded with heart-felt condolences from people close to Milan Boudreaux.
The 26-year transgendered female, born Morris Williams was found shot to death Thursday inside her Metairie apartment.
Friends and members of the LGBT Community who heard the tragedy flocked to the scene of the crime.
Everyone was saddened. Everyone was in disbelief.
“She was just like an angel, you know everyone is hurting,” ‘Angel’ Brown said.
Inside Jefferson Parish detectives also found the body of 22-year old Akeem Boudreaux.
Investigators say both had been shot in the head.
The duo has been described as ‘an ideal couple’ that stayed together six years until the bitter end.
‘Angel’ Brown spent time with them last; watching the super bowl half-time show.
Since then, friends tried repeatedly to reach the couple but were unsuccessful.
“And her phone was going to voice mail,” ‘Angel’ Brown said. “Then we tried to call her boyfriend’s phone and his phone was going to voice mail so we knew something was wrong.”
That’s when ‘Angel’ says she and a group of friends went to the apartment, forced their way in, and made the gruesome discovery.
Friends say Milan worked as a stylist, and sold hair.
Investigators say she also had a history of prostitution and other illicit side-hustles. Detectives have not yet determined a possible motive in the case.
As deputies search for the gunman in this now double homicide, friends are clinging to memories of ‘Mimi’ and her man during happier times.
“They were great, I wish I could have had a relationship like that,” ‘Angel’ Brown said.
Milan Boudreaux was said to have had a difficult relationship with her parents, who had not returned phone calls late Friday night.
Anyone with information in the case is asked to call Jefferson Parish Sheriff’s Office, or Crimestoppers (504) 822-1111.