Wife Accused Of Pushing Husband Of Eight Days Off Cliff

Wife Accused Of Pushing Husband Of Eight Days Off Cliff

They looked like happy newlyweds. But now, this 22-year-old bride is charged with murder after police say she confessed to pushing her husband of eights days off a steep cliff.

It happened at breathtaking Glacier National Park in Montana.

Newlyweds Cody Johnson and Jordan Graham were hiking on a mountain trail when they began arguing.  

Cops say Jordan told them her husband grabbed her arm and then "She pushed Johnson with both hands in the back and as a result, he fell face first off the cliff."

The bride first reported her husband missing, saying he disappeared after going on a joy ride. 

Cameron Frederickson was friends with the couple and told us that the bride didn't seem happy, even though they danced together lovingly in a wedding home-video.

He told INSIDE EDITION, "The wedding was awkward because during the time that they exchanged vows, Jordan never looked at Cody.  When she said the vows she actually was looking down."

Another friend, Levi Blasedale, said he warned Cody not to marry Jordan, saying she was not the woman of his dreams.

"Cody was putting everything on the relationship, like 110% all the time, and we really weren't sure if she felt the same way," he told INSIDE EDITION.

The bride admitted she was having second thoughts about the marriage. Just before the hike, she texted a friend.

In the text she said, "i'm about talk to him. ... But dead serious if u don't hear from me at all again tonight, something happened."

Friends are now outraged that a judge has just freed her on bail. They can't understand how a newlywed might have pushed her husband off a cliff.

"She should feel the same pain as everyone else is feeling," said Frederickson.