A woman allegedly shot a man to death after he refused to kiss her while they were drinking at a home in Rolling Meadows, Cook County, Illinois on Thursday.

On Oct. 14, Claudia Resendiz-Flores, 28, reportedly shot 29-year-old James Jones in the chest and killed him after he refused to kiss her and instead asked his girlfriend for a kiss while the three of them were drinking at their home in the Woodfield apartment complex in Rolling Meadows, New York Post reported.

Resendiz-Flores reportedly recently moved in with Jones and his girlfriend at the Preserve at Woodfield apartment complex at 4700 Arbor Drive in the northwest suburb.

On Oct. 14, the three of them were reportedly hanging out and drinking at their apartment when Resendiz-Flores allegedly asked Jones for a kiss. However, Jones refused because he was sitting next to his girlfriend, and instead, turned to his girlfriend, asked for a smooch, and kissed her in front of Resendiz-Florez. Resendiz-Florez, who became jealous after seeing this, reportedly asked Jones' girlfriend for a kiss. However, she declined to kiss her as well.

Following this, Resendiz-Flores’ demeanor changed and she demanded Jones to kiss her again. However, Jones refused once again and in a fit of rage, an enraged Resendiz-Florez reportedly grabbed Jones' gun that he had tucked between two couch cushions and aimed it at him. She pulled the safety off and put her finger on the gun's trigger. Seeing this, Jones tried to push Resendiz-Florez’s arm down but the gun went off, striking Jones once in the chest and killing him, according to Chicago Sun-Times.

Following the incident, Jone's girlfriend called 911 and alerted them regarding the incident. When the officers responded to the scene, Resendiz-Flores allegedly admitted to shooting and killing Jones. She was charged with first-degree murder and is being held in the Cook County jail without bail. She is expected back in court on Tuesday.

Assistant Public Defender Courtney Smallwood, Resendiz-Florez's attorney, said during the bond hearing that her client is married but separated from her husband and is the sole caretaker for three young children. Smallwood also reportedly argued that her client was living with her family in Des Plaines and not with Jones and his girlfriend at the time of the murder.

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