So shocking. Stephanie Moseley and Earl Hayes are both dead after what police are calling a murder-suicide, according to a horrific new report. Read on for all the details.
Hit The Floor star Stephanie Moseley, 30, and her rapper husband, Earl Hayes, 34, tragically died on Dec. 8. Police suspect they were both involved in an act of murder-suicide, according to a new report.
Earl Hayes & Stephanie Moseley Dead: VH1 Star & Rapper Die In Murder-Suicide
Residents at the couple’s Los Angeles apartment building allegedly heard shots fired early on Dec. 8. Authorities quickly arrived on the scene and knocked down the door to find two people — Stephanie and Earl — shot to death, TMZ reports.
Neighbors allegedly claim they heard a woman screaming, according to the site, and police are saying that Earl shot Stephanie before turning the gun on himself.
And even though there’s no proven connection, Earl had recently accused Stephanie of cheating on him with a famous singer, sources told TMZ.
Earl Hayes & Stephanie Moseley: A Thankful Rapper & A Superstar Dancer
Earl, who was once signed to Floyd Mayweather‘s record label, tweeted as recently as Nov. 28 about what he’s thankful for, which are private screenings. In a photo posted to his social media accounts, we can see Earl having a good time with his friends at a movie theater.
Stephanie, who was a backup dancer for numerous singers, including Chris Brown and Britney Spears, recently tweeted about touring with Usher.
“Once on tour with Usher I spent 5 min dancing in the rain on a out door stage in Jamaica, it was the most magical feeling,” she wrote.
Sgt. Montgomery, LAPD, Public Information Officer released a statement to HollywoodLife.com, regarding the deaths. He said:
“Neither our detectives nor the coroner’s office has confirmed anything to us. With issues such as this, we have to be right on and exact. We’re not speculating on a thing. We have detectives there investigating what happened and those finding will come to us when they’ve thoroughly investigated the incident. We have not confirmed the identities of the victims nor who shot who at this time.”
VH1 also released a statement to us, saying:
“We are incredibly saddened to hear the news of the passing of Stephanie Moseley. VH1 and the entire ‘Hit The Floor’ family send our thoughts and condolences to her family and friends at this difficult time.”
This is so sad. We can’t imagine what their families are going through right now. Our hearts break for them.
Our thoughts go out to Stephanie and Earl’s family and friends during this difficult time.