ARMED & DANGEROUS: Chick Comes Out of Bedroom FIRING At Armed Burglars in Her Home [VIDEO]

She wasn’t taking any chances. This is how you defend your life, ladies. Stay armed.

Surveillance footage has shown the moment a Georgia woman rushed out of her bed in the middle of the night and opened fire at three armed men who broke into her house, killing one.

Attempted robbery: Surveillance footage from inside the Gwinnett home shows the three men bursting through the front door at 3.43am Friday, armed with huns

Met their match: Within seconds the woman comes out of her room with a gun and opens fire

The footage, released by the Gwinnett County Police Department, shows the intruders bursting through the front door and rummaging through the house in the September 16 incident in Gwinnett.

Seconds after entering the home, the owner comes out her bedroom with a handgun and fires several shots at the armed suspects, according to WSB TV 2.

Surveillance from inside the house, which is stacked with supplies for a restaurant, shows the woman emptying the clip of her gun 

Even after the men are gone she continues to fire out the front door. One of the suspects was found dead on the driveway 

The video shows one of the men jumping through a glass to get away from the flying bullets, as debris is seen flying all over the house.

Two of the men managed to escape. It is unclear if they were hit by any bullets.

However a third intruder, identified Antonio Leeks, 28, of Atlanta, was shot and killed in the home invasion.

Fighting back: Afterwards the woman is seen calmly calling 911, the clip on her gun empty 


He was found dead from his injuries in the driveway of the home by police.

Police released in the footage in the hopes that someone will come forward and identify the other two suspects.


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