Exclusively in this issue of People Magazine, back in 2011 Levi Blasdel hooked up two of his friends, Jordan Graham, who was a child care worker and Cody Johnson, one of his buddies. It seem as if both of them wanted to settle down and have a family, however that started not to seem the case, it looked as if Graham’s commitment to this relationship was starting to fade. Then Johnson put his foot down,
“He was like, ‘Look, I know you don’t understand, but she makes me happy,’ ” Blasdel recalls hearing his friend say.
Eight days after their June 29 wedding in a park in Kalispell, Mont., doubts roared anew when Johnson, 25, vanished and the stories from his newlywed bride, 22, started to conflict. “At that point,” says Blasdel, “red flags are flying.”
It took some time, but Graham did eventually confess to a criminal complaint accusing her of murder, revealing she and her new husband had argued before she pushed him off a cliff to his death in Glacier National Park. On September 9, 2013 an arrested was made, she had been freed on bail pending grand jury charges.
Her attorney says she’s innocent. Now the couples friends wonder who this girl they thought they knew actually is, and if idea of marriage proved more enticing to her than the actually thought of marriage.
Friends are now trying to sift fact from fiction, asking, as Johnson’s pal Cameron Fredrickson says,
“Is she giving us all the information?”