Stephanie Moseley: Actress Killed By Husband Who ‘Accused Her Of Infidelity’

Stephanie Moseley

Actress Stephanie Moseley died on Monday after being shot and killed by her husband.

TMZ reports that the Hit the Floor actress was a part of a murder-suicide.

Law enforcement officials confirmed to TMZ that rapper Earl Hayes shot Stephanie Moseley first and then turned the gun on himself, ending his own life.

Inside sources connected with Earl Hayes and Stephanie Moseley revealed to TMZ that the rapper had “accused her of infidelity with a famous singer.”

Shots were reportedly heard by residents of a Los Angeles apartment complex located near The Grove early Monday morning. Shortly before the shots rang out, a woman was heard screaming by residents.

A SWAT team was dispatched to the scene. When the team knocked the door to the apartment down, they found two people inside that were shot to death.

Earl Hayes associated with boxer Floyd Mayweather, Jr. in the past. In addition to partying with him, reports even confirm that Mayweather had even signed Hayes to his record label at one time.

Stephanie Moseley moved to Los Angeles in 2004, and obtained an agent shortly after arriving in order to pursue her dreams. Moseley first toured throughout the United States with Britney Spears’ dance crew.

Moseley joined Janet Jackson’s tour in 2005, which allowed her to gain even more exposure and publicity for her talent.

By her 25th birthday, Stephanie was receiving calls from such first-class artists as Jennifer Lopez, Beyonce, Usher, and Rihanna.

She was able to transition her dancing career into an acting career, according to her official website, when she was recognized by Oscar-winner Jamie Foxx in 2006. Moseley stared in numerous television series – including Once Upon a Time, Psych, and Hellcats.

Stephanie Moseley was even able to add a couple of big-screen credits to her resume when she starred in Snow White and Twilight Breaking Dawn: Part 1.

On the VH1 series, Hit the Floor, Stephanie Moseley was brought on board in 2013 when she played the role of Devil Girl in 14 episodes.

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