Multiple people dead in shooting at Texas home, says officials

Man shoots ex-wife’s 3 children her boyfriend dead

Man shoots ex-wife’s 3 children her boyfriend dead

She says she keeps reliving the shooting. "I just don't know what to do". She also claimed she broke a couple of ribs and a bone in her neck due to the shooting.

"Because I don't know if anybody knows, but Justin tried to commit suicide a year ago".

In the video, Simpson fights back tears again as she talks about her children.

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"So now I don't have my babies", she stated in one video. Simpson said the day before, Painter had called her wanting to reconcile the relationship, and "he didn't like it" when she told him no. Every time I close my eyes, you don't want to know what I see, ' she said in the video. One neighbor we spoke to says people saw the father and ex husband arriving this morning with the children, bringing them into the home.

"You know when you try to find happiness".

'I made it very clear to the judge that he was mentally unstable. "I have to start funeral arrangements", she says, beginning to cry.

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Simpson did another Facebook Live post minutes later saying, "The surgeon just came in here and asked me how my shoulder's doing".

From her hospital bed in Texas, Amanda Simpson said her ex-husband opened fire inside the home killing their children, her current boyfriend, and himself. According to the Sheriff Orlando Hinojosa, the shooter killed, but details about the man until declassified. "You guys know they were my everything, my goal to breath", Simpson said. "Don't think about me".

A automobile is towed as Denton County Sheriff's officers examine the crime scene.

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Simpson's twin sister, Ashley, is flying to Texas and has set up a GoFundMe page to help bring her back to Virginia.

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