Russell Neal singer of the R&B Group Hi-Five is faces murder charges after wife found fatally stabbed in Texas apartment

Russell Neal singer of the R&B Group Hi-Five is faces murder charges after wife found fatally stabbed 
BHR HollyWood Reports .........The 'I Like The Way (The Kissing Game)' singer reportedly told Harris County cops that they would find his 24-year-old wife Catherine Martinez dead in their west Houston home and he needed a lawyer.

Chart-topping '90s boy band member Russell Neal - who scored success with his group "Hi-Five" - reportedly entered a Harris County station at 6:10 p.m. Wednesday.
Wednesday after bursting into a Texas police station and
telling police his wife was dead and he needed a lawyer

He then informed officers that his wife's lifeless body could be found inside their west Houston apartment.

Cops knocked down the door to the couple's home and found Catherine Martinez killed by multiple stab wounds.

Brasilia Martinez
The 24-year-old fitness model and aspiring boxer, who worked under the pseudonym Brasilia Martinez, was declared dead at the scene.

Neal - whose group had a Number 1 smash hit with "I Like The Way (The Kissing Game)" in 1991 - was formally taken into custody.

He told detectives that the pair had gotten into an argument - before refusing to answer any further questions.

Neal, who is being held in lieu of a $100,000 bond, now faces a murder charges, BHR Reports

Eye-witnesses to the arrest said that the suspect appeared "docile" during the entire encounter.

Russell Neal is a member of the R&B 90's Group HI-FIVE
"He wasn't resisting arrest or fighting with them, or saying anything," Mary Alice Valencia, who works at a nearby bond office.

"When they brought him out in handcuffs, he was just as calm as can be and they just put him in a police car,"

Neighbors of the couple, who are believed to have two young sons together, expressed their shock at the news......  I'm Big Blac this is your BHR HollyWood Report 
Martinez she posted before her death........
I love my two princes, my family, and the loyal and hon­est peo­ple in my life,' she said.
A photographer who worked with Martinez posted a striking photo of her along with this message on Instagram:

'Still can't believe this but RIP @brasiliamartinez1990 gone way too soon . One of the realist people i knew with a strong work ethic and dope personality. Thank you for believing in me,' wrote D. Hinez.