Tamera Mowry-Housley and husband reveal niece killed in California mass shooting

Tamera Mowry-Housley and husband reveal niece killed in California mass shooting

Shooter Ian David Long opened fire during "Country College Night" at Borderline Bar and Grill on Wednesday night, leaving twelve people dead, according to NBC News.

"The Real" co-host Tamera Mowry-Housley and her husband Adam Housley are mourning the loss of their niece after learning she was among the 12 people killed in a California mass shooting late Wednesday.

Housley had been outside the bar earlier Thursday morning, trying to call his niece and work with authorities to find her. The exchange is pretty heartbreaking.

Unfortunately, Ashley didn't have any more information but confirmed she was in contact with Adam Housley, Mowry-Housley's husband.

The young girl, named only as Ashley, wrote, "My suitemate is still missing, she is wearing denim shorts, a blue flannel and sneakers, pls let me know if you know anything #Borderline". "We just learned that our niece Alaina was one of the victims of last night's shooting at Borderline bar in Thousand Oaks", the married couple told Us Weekly.

She continued, "Housley said two of Alaina's suite mates jumped through a broken window to escape and are at a hospital with major glass wounds".

Meanwhile, Adam asked his followers for prayers and even responded to a troll who used the tragedy to slam the former Fox News correspondent.

Struggling for words, Housley added, "She was a good girl".

Please pray if you believe.pray. He said Alaina, a Pepperdine freshman, was at the bar with several friends.

After a Twitter user offered her prayers, Mowry responded saying, "We haven't found her yet".

Alaina's Apple Watch and iPhone still showed her location on the dancefloor.

According to the Napa Valley Register, Alaina graduated from Vintage High previous year, before becoming a student at Pepperdine University, where her suitemate had tweeted a photo of her earlier in the day, saying she hadn't come home from the bar. "I'm hoping I'm wrong", he told the paper.

Mowry-Housley's twin sister, Tia Mowry-Hardict, also asked for well-wishes. We love you. We are devastated.

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