Magen Fieramusca Bio, Wiki
Magen Fieramusca is identified and has been arrested in connection with the death of Heidi Broussard. Her full name is Magen Fieramusca aka Maygen Humphrey. Heidi Broussard was missing with her 2-week-old daughter Margot Carey since 12 December in Austin. Broussard found dead December 19 in Jersey Village in Harris County. A car at the home where police found Heidi Broussard dead was registered to Magen Rose Fieramusca, a longtime friend of Broussard.
Who is Magen Fieramusca Earlier Life and Work?
According to her LinkedIn’s page, she works as a wedding planner at the Enchanted Cypress Ballroom in Houston. Fieramusca has been in the role since January 2012.
In 2013, Heidi Broussard referred to Maygen Humphrey as her “best friend” in a Facebook post. She has gone by both Magen Fieramusca and Maygen Humphrey, and also Magen Humphrey. Fieramusca appears to be a name from a former marriage.
Heidi Broussard Missing
She is missing with her two years old daughter Margot Carey since 12 December in Austin, Texas. Heidi Broussard and her 2-week-old daughter Margot Carey were last seen Thursday at 7:30 a.m. when she dropped off another child at Cowan Elementary School. Broussard body was found on Thursday night near Houston and her daughter has been discovered alive.
HAVE YOU SEEN HEIDI? She is missing, along with her two week old daughter. Call 911 if you have any info https://t.co/BX7RAkUGJQ
— Adela Uchida (@adelauchida) December 13, 2019
Heidi Broussard Found Dead
Broussard was found dead December 19 in Jersey Village in Harris County, less than 20 miles northwest of Houston and 150 miles from where she was last seen. Her now-3-week-old daughter, Margot Carey, was found alive.
A car at the home where police found Heidi Broussard dead was registered to Magen Rose Fieramusca, a longtime friend of Broussard.
Broussard was found dead in the trunk of her car. The manner of the 33-year-old’s death has not been made public. Fieramusca is being held on kidnapping and tampering with a corpse charge. Her bond has been set at $600,000.
HAPPENING NOW: two dozen officers and agents from DPS, Texas Rangers, FBI and Austin Police are at a home in NW Harris County. They told neighbors it’s connected to an Austin missing persons case. They are focused on a car in the back. #abc13 pic.twitter.com/3V00Kg9azl
— Jessica Willey (@ImJessicaWilley) December 20, 2019