Pregnant ex-girlfriend of accused murderer speaks out
Police say they caught the man responsible for a savage crime spree that left a mother and daughter dead. Now, a young woman who says she's carrying his baby, is speaking-out about his violent past. Video by ktnv.comvideo
Las Vegas, NV (KTNV) -- Police say 22-year-old Bryan Clay is responsible for the murders and sexual assaults of 10-year-old Karla Martinez and her mother Ignacia "Yadira" Martinez.
Clay is also charged with beating Arturo Martinez, who is still in critical condition at University Medical Center. Homicide detectives say the attack appears to have been completely random.
Now a young woman, who says she's carrying Clay's baby, is speaking out about his violent past.
Erin Frost says she's Clay's ex-girlfriend. Because Frost is only 16-years-old, Action News got the consent of her mother to do the interview. They both want Clay to pay for what they believe he did.
"He wanted me and the baby to die," Frost says. "He said he was going to kill me and this baby."
Frost says she met Clay on Facebook two years ago. She says their relationship quickly turned abusive.
"He beat me because I didn't want to be with him anymore," she says.
Frost says she's four months pregnant with Clay's baby and that he forced her to have sex with him. "I didn't want to have sex. He told me I had to. I said no, because I'm only 16."
Frost filed two criminal complaints against Clay in the past two months. She told police he grabbed her neck and choked her, threw her to the ground, and began punching and kicking her in the stomach and face. All this while she was pregnant.
"He's not a person that you want to be around," she says. "Mentally, he's just not fit."
Frost is glad Clay is now behind bars, unable to harm her and her unborn child. But she's devastated that it had to come at such a horrible cost.
"I can't even come up with what to say," she says. "I can't believe it, but yet I know he's capable of it. I don't know what to make of all this. It's just crazy."
Clay is scheduled to appear in court for the Martinez case Wednesday morning.