07/24/2013 12:39 pm ET Updated Jul 24, 2013

Randy Maidens, Man Accused Of Killing Wife, Allowed To Stay In Home Where She Died

A man accused of killing his wife can stay in the Brentwood, Tenn., mansion where she was killed, a judge ruled this week.

The decision was made in the civil case against 41-year-old Randy Maidens who is accused in a separate criminal proceeding of shooting his wife, Rachael Maidens, multiple times, according to WTVF.

Randy Maidens was arrested for the alleged shooting in April, but has been out of jail on $750,000 bond since last month.

"There was a lot of blood and a lot of blood spatter," Lt. John Wood testified in civil court on Monday. "There were a total of eight handgun rounds, spent rounds that were inside the body, particularly from the back and then also two from shotgun rounds that were fired into the body as well."

In a partial victory for Rachael Maidens' family, the judge ruled that her husband cannot use money in the couple's joint accounts to pay off legal bills, according to ABC News.

Elizabeth Frisbie, Maidens' mother, said in court she wants the money used to help raise her daughter's two-year-old girl, Natalie.

"I want Natalie to have a chance and for him to be held accountable, and responsible for his actions," Frisbie said. "I really worry about her emotionally. She's going to have a lot of questions."

Randy Maidens will also be allowed to sell his car, but can only have ten percent of the profits, according to MSMV.



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