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Woman Falls To Her Death While Filming Fight With Husband 2 Weeks After Wedding

Newlywed Falls To Her Death While Recording Fight With Husband
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Jun. 6 2019, Updated 4:36 p.m. ET

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A newlywed woman fell to her death after recording a vicious fight with her new husband — and now, the man is under questioning.

As has learned, Allissa L. Jenkins née Martin was at the St. Louis Busch Stadium on Saturday, April 1 watching a Cardinals baseball game against the Chicago Cubs with husband, Bradley S. Jenkins, when they got into a heated argument. On her phone, Martin, 27, started filming the fight, and is at one point in the video heard yelling at Jenkins, 30, to stop punching her face. Soon, a scream and a loud thump is heard.

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At 1:45 a.m. on Sunday, April 2, police responded to a 911 call alerting them that a woman had fallen from the Stadium East Parking Garage. When they arrived at the scene soon after, they found Jenkins straddling Martin’s body, covered in blood.

According to a probable cause affidavit obtained by PEOPLE, he seemed intoxicated at the time and told police “several lies” and conflicting details about how his wife died. Among other things, “he claimed he had never been on the rooftop with her, but the video shows them together on the rooftop right when the video began,” according to the affidavit. “He also claimed the argument never got physical, yet on the recording, you hear the argument being physical.”


As has learned, the two were married for just two weeks before the tragedy.

Now, investigators are interviewing coworkers that attended the baseball game with the couple, and continuing the investigation. They’ve yet to determine if Jenkins will be charged with homicide in connection with Martin’s death.



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