Let's get to the shocking story about a murder-for-hire. An aspiring actress found dead in her home came out after plot that is right out of a movie. The hitwoman dubbed the female 007. Reporter: A... See More
Let's get to the shocking story about a murder-for-hire. An aspiring actress found dead in her home came out after plot that is right out of a movie. The hitwoman dubbed the female 007. Reporter: A bizarre twist in a murder mystery made for hollywood. A beautiful, aspiring actress, seen here in this film. I don't really want to do it. Reporter: Was found dead in her home back in 2008. Police say juliana redding was a victim of a murder-for-hire plot. But this morning, prosecutors say that plot runs deeper. And that kelly sue park, the mysterious woman accused of killing redding, may have also threatened many others. Two years ago, park was arrested for the brutal murder. Park says, she's not guilty. Prosecutors have said they believed a wealthy doctor paid park to kill the young actress. Now, they say there's more. They say park is a professional, hired by the doctor, to strong arm anyone who crossed him. A 46-year-old woman, nicknamed the female james bond. The name's bond. James bond. Reporter: Unlike the british spy from the movie, prosecutors say park was using threats, intimidation, and bullying. Prosecutors say juliana redding was park's target after her father backed out of a business deal with the doctor. I think people see the role of the enforcer as this tall, shady guy in a trench coat. She walks in and catches her victims by surprise. Reporter: For "good morning america," abbie boudreau, abc news, los angeles. And for more on this story, we're joined, now, by "gma" legal analyst, dan abrams. Dan, it's very unusual to have
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