LOS ANGELES (AP) — The family of a woman whose actor husband has been charged with her killing said in a statement Thursday that she was an exceptional mother and their focus is on adequately providing for her three children.
April Jace's family thanks supporters for their prayers and donations and called her shooting death May 19 "a senseless act of domestic violence." The statement was released to The Associated Press by her former employer, Biola University, where April Jace worked as a financial aid counselor.
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