Ole Miss Student Accused of Killing His Classmate Liked Gun Tweet on the Day Her Body Was Found as Photo Emerges of Them Posing Together

Brandon Theesfeld, 22, was arrested for murder in Lafayette County, Mississippi.

The Ole Miss student accused of shooting dead his classmate appears to have liked a chilling gun tweet on the day her body was found at a lake 20 miles from their campus.

Alexandria ‘Ally’ Kostial, 21, was discovered by a police officer near Sardis Lake in Mississippi during his patrol on Saturday morning.

A tweet posted the same day shows a computer generated image from Call of Duty with a gamer aiming a gun at an airport, split with a picture of a woman apparently at the same location. It reads: ‘She’ll never see it coming’.

That chilling post was liked by an account believed to belong to 22-year-old Brandon Theesfeld – the student taken into custody on Monday evening outside a gas station in South Memphis and charge with Ally’s death.

A picture of the pair from 2016 shows a beaming Theesfeld with his arm on Ally’s waist, appearing to confirm the two have known each other for at least three years, the Today show reports.

Sources say tragic Kostial was found shot eight times after she was last seen with Theesfeld at the Lakeside Market grocery store in Como, close to where her body was discovered.

Ally, who was studying for a bachelor’s degree in marketing, had earlier been seen in security footage outside a bar on Friday night.

She went home around midnight, but it is understood she left her house again without her roommates hearing.

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Source: Daily Mail