Assuming that when an electron that changes energy states in an atom, and moves to a different orbit around the nucleus, but does not move through the space between orbits when it changes states, an electron is not strictly confined to spacetime. Then, since the event horizon of a black hole is a extreme distortion of spacetime, it would seem possible that a [EDIT: free] electron could "evade" this limit and escape a black hole.
To clarify, I am not suggesting that all of the electrons would escape, just some of them. Persumably, most of the electrons would be forced to bind with protons and form neutrons.
I'm just trying to get this idea clear in my head, so I assume I may have to make some edits to get my point across.