The wife and father of Orlando gay club shooter Omar Mateen have been added to federal no-fly lists as investigators determine what role they played, if any, in Sunday’s massacre, according to a report.
Federal officials added Noor Salman, as well as her father-in-law Seddique Mateen, to the lists, ABC reports.
A grand jury is continuing to investigate if she played a role in the massacre that killed 49 clubgoers — considered the worst mass shooting in the nation’s history.
Salman was with her husband when he recently bought ammunition and a holster, according to sources.
While holed up in a bathroom with hostages at club Pulse early Sunday morning, about two hours after launching the horrific attack, Mateen tapped out a message to his wife to ask if she had seen the news, according to CNN. She typed back and said she loved him.
Salman claimed she tried to persuade her 29-year-old husband, who was killed during a shootout with cops at the club, not to go forward with his sick plot.
Being added to a no-fly list will bar Salman and her father-in-law from being able to travel on a commercial airline.