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A Mississippi woman is in custody after authorities believe she murdered her husband on Facebook Live.

The Lowndes County Sheriff said deputies responded to a domestic violence call on Saturday morning at the 500 block of Green Tree Drive.

They arrested Qadijah Michelle Brown, 28, after they believed she shot and killed her husband.

Authorities said the 28-year-old victim died of a single gunshot and was pronounced dead at the scene.

Wife accused of murdering husband on Facebook Live

Investigators believe the couple engaged in an argument that turned physical. The incident was captured on Facebook Live.

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Officers found a 9mm handgun and other physical evidence.

Brown was arrested without incident and taken to the Lowndes County Adult Detention Center.

“There was a history of domestic violence between Brown and the victim,” Sheriff Eddie Hawkins said in a Facebook post.

Wife accused of murdering husband on Facebook Live

“This was a tragic and senseless murder and our thoughts and prayers go out to the family of the victim.”

“Fortunately, Brown is in custody, and we look forward to the criminal justice system holding her accountable,” he added. 

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