A Broadway dancer has been charged with murder after posting a confession to Facebook.
Marcus Bellamy, who performed in ‘Spiderman: Turn off the Dark’, beat and strangled his boyfriend Bernardo Almonte after an argument in their New York home.
Following the incident, Bellamy posted a chilling confession on Facebook.
“Forgive me,” he said on Facebook.
“I did it because I love you. I love you all. I loved him also.
“He told me love and hate are the same emotion.
“Forgive me. I know not what I do. I did it for love.
“For God. On high.”
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He also posted: “I am God. I give life and can take it away. So let it be. #therapture.”
After killing his boyfriend and posting a confession on social media as well as a number of topless photos, Bellamy reportedly left the apartment and told his neighbour what he had done.
The neighbour called the police department, who arrested Bellamy at the scene.
An eyewitness said that before the police arrived, Bellamy was standing outside the apartment with his hands in the air, staring at the sky.
Almonte was found face down, bleeding from a wound to the head.
He was reported dead at scene and a police source told the Daily News Bellamy had bit both his shoulders during the fight.
The 32-year-old dancer is now facing murder and manslaughter charges.