REPORT: Wife shoots her Army husband dead just days after he filed restraining order


An Alabama woman is accused of shooting her Army husband dead in their front yard three days after he took out a restraining order against her.

Brittnay Ryals Paonessa, 27, was charged with murder on Friday after her husband, 26-year-old Brandyn Paonessa, died of gunshot wounds the day before.

The article goes on to state the following:

Medics tried to save Mr Paonessa after he was found injured from the shotgun attack in Phenix City but he succumbed to his injuries.

The couple had welcomed their fourth child into the world just months earlier but the soldier had grown concerned about his wife’s mental health.

Mr Paonessa was described as an infantryman who had served in the Army since September 2013.

He was based at Fort Benning on the Georgia-Alabama border, close to Phenix City where the shooting took place.

Court documents say he had filed an emergency ‘protection from abuse order’ on Monday against his wife.

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