Viloude Louis, who was allegedly killed by
her 13-year-old brother when he performed
wrestling moves on her that he had seen on
Vilger Louis talks about his daughter Viloude,
dead after suffered multiple injuries after her
half-brother allegedly beat her.
A young teen beat his little half-sister to
death using wrestling moves he'd copied from
the TV, police claim.
Devalon Armstrong, 13, is accused of
repeatedly slamming Viloude Louis, 5, onto a
bed, punching her in the stomach, jumping on
her back and elbow-dropping into her
She suffered broken ribs, internal bleeding
and liver lacerations from the brutal bashing
at their Terrytown, Louisiana, home.
Cops say Armstrong was babysitting his
younger sibling on Sunday afternoon when he
decided to test out some moves he'd seen on
World Wrestling Entertainment.
Later complaining of having a stomach ache,
she went upstairs to brush her teeth — before
being found by her brother 30 minutes later
in crippling pain on the bathroom floor.
Realizing she was no longer breathing,
Armstrong took her downstairs to the sofa
and dialed 911.
Paramedics arrived on the scene but found
her unresponsive. She was pronounced dead
As there were no outward signs of injury,
Louis's death was at first deemed
But a coroner's report released on Tuesday
found she had died of multiple injuries.
Armstrong, who reportedly confessed to
carrying out the moves, was arrested later
that day on suspicion of second-degree
He is currently being held at a juvenile
detention center, reports The Times-Picayune.
Psychiatrists will now evaluate whether
Armstrong is mentally able to participate in
his own defense. A hearing is scheduled for