Facebook took action recently when a women decided to share videos of a standoff between her and Baltimore police on the social media site.

FOX's Carley Shimkus reports:

Facebook deactivated a woman's account during her deadly stand off with Baltimore police.

Authorities saying they made the emergency request because the woman was posting videos of the encounter and people were encouraging her not to back down.

23-year-old Korryn Gaines was shot and killed during her 5 hour stand off with authorities.

Police arrived at her home to serve an outstanding warrant for disorderly conduct and resisting arrest.

She barricaded herself inside her apartment, threatened to shoot police, and also posted this conversation she had with her 5-year-old son:

(Gaines) Who's outside?

(son) The police.

(Gaines) And what are they trying to do?

(son) They're trying to kill us.

They're trying to kill us. Well, she was fatally shot. Her son wounded but in good condition.

Carley Shimkus, FOX News.

FOX's Carley Shimkus on Twitter: @CarleyShimkus