Possible motive uncovered in rapper's shooting death

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Court documents reveal a possible revenge motive in the March killing of an aspiring rapper. (KTRK)

A Fort Bend County teen is believed to have shot and killed an aspiring rapper for allegedly raping one of her friends, court documents reveal.

In an affidavit obtained by abc13, a witness says that Monserrat Carrillo Castilla, 18, and an unidentified female friend visited a home on the 25600 block of Ellerbe Springs Lane where Willie Honable, 36, was staying.

During the March 5, 2016 visit, the witness claims that Honable was "showing them rooms and offering to 'pimp' them out."

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"While at the male's house, the male raped Castilla's friend and Castilla found out on the ride back to where Castilla and her friend were staying," the witness continues.

Later that evening, Castilla and Honable returned to the home alone. Castilla offered to give Honable a massage, during which she fatally shot him.

A friend discovered Honable's body and called police the next day.

Castilla was arrested on May 15 and is being held at the Fort Bend County jail on a $200,000 bond.

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