Avielle Janelle Hernandez is an actress and dancer who has been playing various characters in TV shows. She has appeared in films such as “Eligible”, and “The Game” along with “Elysia”, The Suite Life of Vicious Animals”. She is of Italian and Puerto Rican descent. Avielle Janelle was born in Bristol, Rhode Island to Aaron Josef and Shayanna Jenkins. Avielle Janelle was raised in Rhode Island by her grandparents. She attended Cheryl s High School of dance in Rhode Island where she became a member of the Debate Team.
In September 2021, she went missing from her parents’ home. Police found her deceased inside their home after conducting a deep search of the house. It was ruled that she was the victim of a homicide, and that her father had killed her to cover up the fact that he was cheating on her. This made Avielle Janelle into a celebrity in the Puerto Rican independence party because she was one of the few members of the family who had committed suicide in the face of domestic violence.
Although this may be the truth, one can question if this fact is true, and if so, why? One of the quick facts about Avielle Janelle’s father is that he was in the army. He served for over 20 years, which would indicate that he was active in politics, perhaps even voted for Obama. It is also important to ask if her mother was his wife. Was she his wife as well?
The quick facts about Avielle Janelle’s mother will most likely remain private, at least until some day in the future when some whistle-blower decides to make them public. Her mother’s name is Claudia Diaz Soto. Her birth place is listed as Sayulita, Mexico. Her family has always been solidly entrenched in the Latin American community and was in the employ of the U.S. military. Therefore, one could say that her mother was a very popular lady in Puerto Rican politics, which would definitely add to her quick and impressive net worth, given her age (she was just fifty-one when she died).
There is one quick fact about Avielle Janelle’s father, however. His net worth is only marginally higher than hers. He has one house and lives on a moderate budget in Florida. His social life appears to be limited to his Hispanic friends and to occasional visits with his own sister, who happens to be a well-known television personality.
As for Avielle Janelle’s stepmother, the name of whom we are only vaguely acquainted, we do know that she is not as wealthy as Mrs. Soto. The only thing certain is that she appears to be extremely popular with Avielle and her other children, though she appears to be absent a lot of times when Avielle is with her mother. Her name is Sonia Soto. On her Facebook page, she has a picture of herself and Avielle, along with the caption: “Having fun with my baby girl, Avielle. I’m so glad she made it!
One might suppose that Avielle’s murder had something to do with her relationship with her stepfather, since her death was the culmination of a long pattern of violent domestic violence towards her father. However, that possibility did not occur to me until I performed some research into the case myself. Avielle was fifteen at the time of the murder, and her murder was not the first occurrence of domestic violence that Avielle’s father had been subjected to. His name was Peter Soto, and he also had a history of violence against Avielle. Several years prior to this murder, in fact, Avielle and her younger sister were severely beaten by their stepfather outside their home.
While on her visit to Rhode Island last summer, Avielle posted about meeting her new husband, Juan Carlos Guevara, on her MySpace page. Among her many travels and visits to various cultural and art museums, according to her MySpace profile, she ended up in Providence where she met this Brazilian “pervert.” While I was doing some background research on Avielle and her father, I was dismayed to discover that her stepfather was a well-known figure in Brazil’s drug trade, which may have been a factor in her murder.