Ex-colleague: Texas church gunman scared her

Texas church shooter held gun to ex-wife's head over speeding ticket in pattern of abuse

'He just had a lot of demons': Ex-wife of Texas church massacre gunman says he was filled with 'hatred' and threatened to kill her entire family repeatedly before slaughtering 26

A woman who was married to the Texas church gunman is breaking her silence about the abuse she suffered at his hands - including the terrifying moment he held a gun to her head.

"Inside Edition" anchor Deborah Norville joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss Tessa Brennaman's interview about her ex-husband, Devin Patrick Kelley.

Watch Brennaman's full interview with "Inside Edition" at 7 p.m. ET on Monday. Investigators say Kelley had sent threatening messages to her.

She said he told her, "I could just bury you somewhere here in the desert and nobody would ever find you". "Do you want to die?'"

The Air Force should then have flagged Kelley again later that year after his court-martial conviction for assault, which permanently disqualified him from legally getting a gun.

He once flew into a rage over a speeding ticket, according to the 25-year-old, who said, "He had a gun in his holster.and he took that gun out, and he put it to my template and he told me, 'Do you want to die?" Around that same time, Kelley was charged with assaulting Brennaman and her child from a previous relationship.

Officials said the church will be demolished and it will serve as a temporary memorial.

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. He was later removed from the military with a bad-conduct discharge and a reduction of rank.

Kelly slaughtered 26 people last Sunday at a Texas church.

Authorities have said last Sunday's (local time) shooting inside the First Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs, Texas, appeared to stem from a domestic dispute involving Kelley and the mother of his second wife.

Shortly before the shooting, Kelley attended a Halloween event at the church acting strangely and dressed all in black, alerting some members.

A line of first responders and law enforcement personnel stood with heads bowed in Sutherland Springs for a Veterans Day ceremony that also was meant to honor the more than two dozen people killed a block away at a church.

Eleven people were still in the hospital Friday with wounds from the shooting.

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