‘America’s Next Top Model’ Contestant Hospitalized in Deadly Shooting Incident

Brandy Rusher sent to the hospital following shooting spree that left two dead

“America’s Next Top Model” contestant Brandy Rusher has been hospitalized following a shooting incident that left two people dead in Texas the Houston Chronicle reports.

According to the Chronicle, the incident began at approximately 6:30 p.m. Sunday at the Haverstock Hill apartments in Harris County, Texas. According to witnesses, after three people pulled up to the apartment complex, two men jumped out of the car and argued with the victims.

Deputies for the Harris County Sheriff’s Office said that one the suspects retrieved a semi-automatic rifle from the car’s trunk and opened fire, shooting off 15 to 18 rounds.

In addition to Rusher’s hospitalization, Christopher Beatty and an unidentified 31-year-old man died as a result of the gunfire.

Following the incident, all three men fled the scene in the car they arrived in.

Rusher, who competed in Cycle 4 of “ANTM,” was reportedly charged with resisting arrest in 2010 for allegedly “swinging her arms” at an officer. However, the case was ultimately dismissed.