The ex-wife of Devin Patrick Kelley, the 26-year-old gunman who killed 26 people in a rural Texas church last week, says she lived in "constant fear" of him during their brief marriage.
In an exclusive interview that will air on Inside Edition Monday, Tessa Brennaman revealed how she is still traumatized by her relationship with Devin Kelley, the gunman who murdered 26 people in Sutherland Springs on November 5.
Kelley also admitted to hitting his then-wife, kicking her, choking her and pulling her hair.
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"He's like, 'I could just bury you somewhere in the desert and no one would ever find you, '" she said. "Do you want to die?'"
After Kelley shot parishioners at the First Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs, he fled the scene in his truck while being chased by two good Samaritans.
Brennaman recalled her terror when Kelley (left and right) flew into a rage over a speeding ticket and put a gun to her head. Around that same time, Kelley was charged with assaulting Brennaman and her child from a previous relationship.
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The former Air Force airman was sentenced to 12 months of confinement and ultimately removed from the military with a bad-conduct discharge and a reduction of rank.
Saturday was the first chance many people had to visit the small town since last Sunday's attack, in which more than two-dozen people were killed.
Devin Patrick Kelley killed more than two dozen people in a shooting November 5 at the First Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs.
The mother-in-law sometimes attended services at the church but was not present on Sunday.
Officials said the church will be demolished and it will serve as a temporary memorial.
Law enforcement officials continue their investigation at Sutherland Springs Baptist Church as the sun begins to rise on November 6, 2017 in Sutherland Springs, Texas. Kelley died of what appeared to be a self-inflicted gunshot wound after the massacre.
Eleven people remained hospitalized Friday with wounds from the shooting.