Killer Convicted After A Selfie Containing The Murder Weapon Was Posted On Facebook

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A woman has been convicted of murder after a selfie gave police the evidence they needed to convict her. Cheyenne Rose Antoine, 21, has plead guilty to the murder of her best friend Brittney Gargol in 2015, after the murder weapon was spotted in one of her Facebook photos.

Gargol's body was found near a landfill in March 2105. Cops interviewed Antoine at the time, who said that they had left a house party together before going to some bars where Gargol went home with an unidentified man. Antoine claimed to have gone to see her uncle.

She had posted on her friend's Facebook wall the following morning with a message reading, "Where are you? Haven't heard from you. Hope you made it home safe." But when police discovered the murder weapon, they knew she was lying.

A belt was discovered by the body, and when cops looked more into Antoine's alibi, they realized it was the same one that she was wearing in her Facebook photos from that night. She finally confessed the truth about what happened that night.

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