Slain LSU student Madison Brooks died 'a hero,' donated kidneys, heart, sorority says

Slain LSU student Madison Brooks died "a hero" by donating her kidneys and heart after she was struck by a car earlier this month, her local sorority chapter members said in honoring their fallen member.
Specifically, the 17-year-old, who has not been identified, and 18-year-old Kaivon Deondre Washington were charged with third-degree rape.
Two others, Washington's uncle Everett Deonte Lee, 28, and 18-year-old Casen Carver, were charged with being principles to third-degree rape.
In Louisiana, third-degree rape involves sexual intercourse that "is deemed to be without the lawful consent of a victim," according to state law.
She was also a hero and was able to donate her heart and kidneys to save others."
The four men left the bar with the victim, according to police records.
Carver allegedly told police that Brooks "asked for a ride home."
Carver drove the vehicle, while Lee sat in the front passenger seat, Carver told police.
Washington and the minor suspect sat in the back seat with Brooks, according to the police documents.
Carver told police that both Washington and the 17-year-old asked Brooks multiple times "if she wanted to have sex," the affidavit states.
Attorney Ronald Haley, who is representing two of the suspects, said video showed Brooks "willfully got into the car," according to FOX 8.
Haley further added that Brooks got out of the vehicle after an argument with the driver.