The wife of former Eagles star Randy Meisner was shot to death at the couple’s home in Encino, California, last night, about 90 minutes after she called police to report an incident of domestic violence.

According to TMZ, Lana Rae Meisner called 911 “to report domestic violence at the house,”; claiming her husband was waving a BB gun and “acting erratically.”;

Officers reportedly visited the home and then left without incident. Then, police received a second call from the home at 6:59 p.m. Sunday, when Randy Meisner called to say “his wife went into another room, closed the door and he heard a gun shot. He says he went into the room and discovered she was shot in the head.”;

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The musician, adds TMZ, was taken to hospital about 4:45 a.m. this morning after “acting in an altered state.”;

Meanwhile, the New York Post’s Page Six reports that police believe Lana Rae Meisner’s death to be a “freak accident.”;

“There was an accidental discharge of the firearm. It was completely accidental, there is nothing indicative of a murder, homicide or a suicide,” LAPD Det. Gus Barrientos told the Post.

“It’s a weird accident, that’s all I can say. There was absolutely no struggle, just a freak accident.”

An insider tells RadarOnline that Randy told police his wife, 63, “was stumbling around, looking for something in a closet where there were two guns. She was looking for something in the hall closet, and Randy told cops one of the guns was falling and in the process, Lana Rae caught it and it ended up blowing her head apart.”;

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A law enforcement source adds: “Randy seemed to be in shock and wasn’t even able to acknowledge that Lana Rae was dead from a gunshot wound.”;

The source also revealed that there were surveillance cameras in the proximity of the incident took place, and police will review the footage.

The LAPD has confirmed these reports: “After a thorough investigation by Valley Bureau detective personnel and the Los Angeles Coroner’s Office, it was determined that Mrs. Meisner’s death was accidental,”; says the LAPD statement. “Mrs. Meisner was moving a rifle that was stored inside a case in a closet. As she lifted the rifle in the case, another item within the case shifted and hit the trigger of the rifle causing it to fire and fatally injure Mrs. Meisner. Mr. Meisner was cooperative throughout the investigation.”;

The couple’s relationship had reportedly been a turbulent one as Randy, 69, allegedly struggled with alcoholism and bipolar disorder. In January 2015, the musician’s friend, James Newton, was granted temporary conservatorship of his affairs after Meisner had issued threats to kill himself and others.

“[Randy] threatened to gun everyone down with an AK-47,” Newton’s attorney Troy Martin told the court, reported the New York Daily News last year.

Meisner, a former member of Poco, was one of the founding members of Eagles, best known for his soaring vocals on “Take It to the Limit.”; He left the band in 1977.