A Brooklyn man, terrified he was about to be arrested, went on Facebook Live moments before he took a fatal plunge out of an 11-story window Tuesday. Police were knocking on the door of an apartment on Monument Walk in the Ingersoll Houses in Fort Greene when Jamel Chandler, 21, used a rope — made of leopard print bed sheets — to climb out the window, cops said. But the sheets couldn’t hold his weight for long and he plummeted to the ground, cops and a witness told the Daily News.
Chandler was a suspect in the robbery of a livery car driver, cops said.
In a nearly six-minute video on Facebook, Chandler, who went by the user name Mell DeCaprio, said, “Cops is at my door. They looking for me right now. They about to arrest me ... I’m about to get arrested, they’re about to lock me up. Tune in, tune in, tune in.”
A few minutes later, he announced he wanted to jump out the window.
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