Ally Kostial told friends she was pregnant with Brandon Theesfeld’s child: report

The slain Ole Miss college student whose told friends that she was pregnant with her accused killer’s child, according to a report.

Alexandria “Ally” Kostial, 21, confided in her University of Mississippi sorority sisters that her love interest, Brandon Theesfeld, was upset that she was pregnant shortly before he allegedly shot her to death earlier this month, .

“Her sorority sisters knew she was pregnant and that she had told Brandon,” a classmate told the news outlet. “He was really upset about it, that it would ruin his life and his future.”

Another friend said that 22-year-old Theesfeld urged her to terminate the pregnancy.

“Brandon found out but he was dating someone else,” the pal told the Daily Mail. “He wanted her to get an abortion. I think morally she didn’t want to do it.”

Kostial was reportedly 17 weeks pregnant when her body was found July 20 during a routine patrol near Sardis Lake, around 20 miles from the Ole Miss campus in Oxford.

The Lafayette County Coroner’s Office couldn’t confirm on Tuesday whether Kostial was pregnant until the autopsy is complete.

“The initial examination of Alexandria Kostial was performed,” Lafayette County Coroner Rocky Kennedy told The Post. “The additional ballistic, trace and comparative testing is not complete. The final complete autopsy report will not be issued by the State Medical Examiner until all evidence is processed and analyzed.”

The coroner previously declined to comment on claims that Kostial may have been expecting a child.

“The reason we haven’t updated case information to this point is out of respect for Ally, her family and to preserve the integrity of our investigation,” the coroner’s office said.

“With all due respect, we are trying to solve the tragic murder of a 21-year-old college student and the sensitive details of our investigation are vital in presenting the case and ultimately ensuring that justice is served for the person responsible for this senseless act.”

Theesfeld, who also attended the University of Mississippi, was arrested in connection to her death July 22 and booked on suspicion of murder. He has since been suspended from the university, officials said.

His father, Daniel Theesfeld, in his classmate’s murder.

“I know my son is innocent. And I have reasons to believe that I can’t share anything now,” he said in a. “But I would ask everybody to please give him the presumption of innocence until proven otherwise.”