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More details are emerging about the Waldorf, Maryland housewife who fatally shot her detective husband, who reportedly cheated on her with a co-worker.

Christina Francis, 41, reportedly shot and killed her husband, D.C. detective Timothy Francis, 50, before killing herself.

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The violence occurred hours after Christina (left) posted the couple's wedding videos and photos on Facebook.

Timothy was reportedly cheating on his wife with a 23-year-old police officer and single mom named Celeste P.

Most workplaces have strict rules about fraternization and office romances. But Timothy and Celeste appeared to flaunt their relationship openly, forcing Christina to endure humiliation and heartbreak in her final days.

Celeste shamelessly shared images of her illicit affair with Timothy on social media under the username @Jacelmommy. In one photo, the two are seen kissing. Celeste made her Instagram page private following the public backlash.

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On her Instagram account Celeste celebrated her relationship with her co-worker after the news of his death, leading one IG user to admonish her: "Wasn't he married? Show some respect to his kids."

Christina Francis, who dated Timothy Francis for 3 years before marrying him in 2017, dropped hints of her husband's betrayal in her Facebook posts.

In posts that were riddled with typos she appeared distraught over her broken marriage and she expressed her love for her 2 children:

"This day meant everything to me. This marriage was put together for a great reason, couldn't more confident and stayed forever not giving up. I love young what we had together. U you all I ever NEEDED. YOU AND I BELONGED TOGETHER AND ALWAYS. We had 6 years of experience and memories that should have taken presence over everything we dd but he got lost I petty sh*t you believed was a mistake."

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Timothy had at least one grown daughter around the same age as his mistress.
 

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A Waldorf, Maryland housewife shot and killed her police detective husband in an apparent murder-suicide Friday evening.

Police say Christina Francis, 41, fatally shot Timothy Francis, 50, before turning the gun on herself in a murder-suicide that shocked neighbors on their quiet suburban street.

WUSA9 reports Charles County detectives responded to a 911 call around 6 p.m. on the 3300 block of Marylea Court after Christina's father found the bodies. He told police he tried to reach her by phone all day and when he didn't hear from her, he went to the home and discovered the bodies.

According to WUSA9, a neighbor who lives a few houses down saw Christina shortly before the incident.

"She had just walked past me walking her dog... and an hour and a half later, we heard the police sirens," Delancey Praylow III said.

"It's sad because it feels like one of your own family members because we were all tight like that," Praylow said.

"You never know what people go through," said another neighbor, Demetrius Wilson.

Incidents of intimate partner violence (IPV) and stalking against men by women are on the rise, according to a National Family Violence Survey published in 2017.

A new study reveals that more men were killed by women in 2017 than in the decade prior. The figures aren't in yet for 2018-2020, but the statistics of women killing men are expected to soar.

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Black PhD candidate Nijinsky Latassia Dix, 37, was arrested and charged with second degree murder in the death of a man she dated for less than three months.

According to the Metropolitan Police Department, Dix, of Jacksonville, Florida, stalked and harassed Terry Hickman, 44, after he began seeing another woman in May.

Police say Dix stalked Hickman to his Washington, DC home, then shot him multiple times. Afterwards, Dix reportedly called her mom while Hickman bled out on the floor behind her.

"The individual stated the defendant called her and stated, 'He pushed me, and I shot him,'" according to a police report.

After being evaluated at a hospital, Dix was taken to police headquarters where she claimed she suffered short-term memory loss.

In a statement, a spokesman said Dix is employed at Notre Dame and the university "is aware of her arrest and will cooperate with law enforcement as appropriate."

Domestic violence against men is on the rise, according to a National Family Violence Survey.

A new study reveals that more men were killed by women in 2017 than in the decade prior. The figures aren't in yet for 2018-2020, but the statistics of women killing men are expected to soar.

In the past, scorned women harmed themselves rather than their men. That is about to change.