Lee Ann Womack's Daughter Was Almost at the Borderline Massacre

November 8, 2018
Aubrie Sellers

Photo: Milwaukee Journal Sentinel


In a chilling post on social media, Lee Ann Womack's daughter, singer-songwriter Aubrie Sellers, reveals she almost attended Borderline Bar & Grill in Thousand Oaks the fateful evening of Wednesday, November 7th. 

It was only because her cat was ill that Aubrie and her friends cancelled their plans at the last minute. 

"Last night we were going to go line dancing at 9:30 PM at a bar called Borderline we heard about in Thousand Oaks," she wrote on Twitter. "An hour before we were to leave, I got home and Laney’s eye was swollen shut so we didn’t go. Thinking of everyone affected by this today. Truly unbelievable."

She also posted a link for those who wanted to help the victims. 

As a child, Aubrie was featured in the video for her mother's smash hit "I Hope You Dance." As an adult, Aubrie has recorded her own brand of Americana music that she describes as "Garage Country," releasing her "New City Blues" album in 2016.