Woman Arrested in Murder of Teen Thanks to Clue in Facebook Selfie

Cheyenne Rose Antoine, left, and Brittney Gargol in a Facebook photo uploaded March 25, 2015, the day Gargol died. Antoine used the belt seen in this photo in the 2015 strangling death of Gargol in Saskatoon Canada

Canadian cops say they nabbed a cold-blooded killer who revealed herself to them when they tracked down a selfie she snapped wearing the belt she used to strangle her friend.

Cheyenne Rose Antoine, 21, pleaded guilty to manslaughter Monday in Saskatoon Provincial Court in connection with the death of Brittney Gargol, 18, who was found dead near a landfill in March 2015.

The wide blue woven belt with a large buckle was found on a roadside next to Gargol’s body, according to the Saskatoon Star Phoenix.

About six hours before the killing, Antoine posted the picture of herself wearing the same belt, according to the outlet.

After the killing — in an apparent attempt to avoid suspicion — Antoine reportedly took to her victim’s Facebook wall, posting: “Where are you? Haven’t heard from you. Hope you made it home safe.”

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SOURCE: The Week, Amy Russo