Orlando shooter's wife arrested by Federal Bureau of Investigation

Police bodycam shows immediate aftermath of Orlando nightclub massacre

According to Federal Bureau of Investigation spokesperson Prentice Danner, Mateen's wife (Noor Salman) was arrested in San Francisco Monday morning.

Salman's husband, Omar Mateen opened fire at the gay Florida nightclub in June, killing 49 people and wounding many others in what was the worst mass shooting in modern USA history.

She is expected to make an initial appearance Tuesday in federal court in San Francisco. She will then face extradition to Tampa, where she was indicted, ABC reported.

FBI investigators don't believe Noor Salman was a co-conspirator in the attack that killed 49 people Sunday morning at Pulse, the source said. Salman traveled with Mateen to Orlando multiple times-including Disney World. In some cases, she also said that didn't know everything or what her husband was planning that night.

Read the full New York Times report here.

And she lives in legal limbo, with prosecutors weighing charges that could include lying to the F.B.I.

Mateen was 29-years-old when he entered the Orlando nightclub and began shooting people. Salman reportedly received a call from Mateen's mother asking where her son was.

Salman told The Times she replied that she had not.

In June, a source close to the family told NBC News that Mateen sent his wife a text message during the rampage, asking her, "Do you see what's happening?"

Mateen killed 49 people and injured 53 during a Latin Night at Pulse in the early hours of the morning on Sunday, June 13.

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