A security guard fatally shot a mother of three outside a Dallas strip club after the mother allegedly drove into the guard with her car.
A little after 5 a.m. this past Saturday, Shalanda Anderson, 32, was fatally shot by a 26-year-old female security guard outside of the Dallas strip club XTC Cabaret. The incident occurred reportedly after Anderson allegedly drove her car into a group of security guards.
According to a friend of Anderson, Anderson and her party were asked to leave the club after getting into a disagreement over the amount of change that was owed to Anderson after she paid her bill at the club. Anderson and her friends were later escorted out by security when they were leaving, and Anderson’s friend said security “pushed” them on “as they were leaving.”
Anderson ended up getting the female guard caught under her car. The New York Post reports that the club surveillance cameras also showed a black car driving into several people and hitting at least one person. That’s when the guard pulled out her weapon and shot Anderson. Another guard also fired at Anderson but missed.
Anderson died after being taken to a nearby hospital. The guard was left with “multiple broken bones,” which resulted in her having to undergo surgery. However, Anderson’s family and friends don’t share the same rundown of the incident as the club.
In a statement, the club issued its condolences to Anderson’s family. “We would like to express our deepest condolences to the families involved,” reads the statement. “Club management has reached out to the family of the individual who died and offered to pay for her funeral.”