Clarence Avant’s Wife Jacqueline Killed During Home Invasion

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A representative for Netflix confirmed to ET that Jacqueline Avant, whose daughter, Nicole, is married to Netflix CEO Ted Sarandos, was fatally shot in the home she shares with husband Clarence Avant, early Wednesday morning. According to multiple reports, authorities believe the shooting happened during a home invasion robbery at the couple’s Beverly Hills residence. Jacqueline was 81.

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