HENRICO COUNTY, Va. - The woman who police sources said was covered in blood when she confessed to killing her ex-girlfriend appeared in front of a judge at Henrico County Juvenile-Domestic Relations Court, Friday morning.
Sheena Yolanda Wilson, 33, was charged with second-degree murder in connection with the death of 26-year-old Ava Latae Tucker on Thursday.
Wilson replied, "As of yesterday, I don't have a job. Period."
She was then given an attorney and a preliminary hearing was set for January 20.
The death investigation began Thursday morning after Wilson, covered in blood, showed up at a Richmond Police station and told officers she had killed someone, multiple law enforcement sources told CBS 6.
Ava's mom, Tabitha Tucker-Hong, said her daughter was stabbed to death. She said Wilson and Ava decided to split months ago.
Outside of the courtroom, Ava's sister, Latesha, said, "It's hard to believe [Wilson] would hurt my sister. Out of all the people in the world, [Ava] didn't deserve that. None of them deserve that. I feel like both of their lives are just gone."
When CBS 6's Brendan King asked Latesha if she could ever forgive her sister's accused killer, she responded, "That's a hard pill to swallow. It's going to take a lot for forgiveness."
Wilson's family did not wish to comment.
Wilson remains in jail without bond.