Transcript for Juliana Redding Murder Trial Set to Begin
Twisted and bizarre murder of an aspiring actress and model prosecutors say it was a hit. Carried out by somebody described as a female James Bond and the suspect is about to go on trial but the person who allegedly ordered the killing is out of the country and out of reach -- law. ABC to keep the G -- has a story. This morning 47 year old accused murderer Kelly sue park remains free on three and a half million dollars bail. But that freedom may be temporary as jury selection is set to be -- on Monday. For park's long awaited trial facing murder charges she's charged with killing model -- ready in an alleged murder for hire plot. 41 year old Redding moved from Arizona with Hollywood dreams landing is spreading Maxim Magazine. Small role in an independent movie I'm -- two years after beginning her modeling and acting career -- was found strangled and beaten to death in her Santa Monica home prosecutors say park work for doctor and near way to. Who -- in reading -- reportedly planned to start a business together. But Greg Jennings pulled out of that deal just days before his daughter's murder. Prosecutors say it waited bragged about park calling -- female James Bond he could rely on to take care of business. Court documents say park used threats intimidation and bullying acting as the doctors debt collector. And according documents show that prosecutors allege park received a 250000. Dollar payment for -- way to weeks before Jennings was -- Though the doctor -- never been charged DNA evidence linked -- to the crime. According to investigators. Defense lawyers argue the real killer is -- -- his boyfriend John Gilmore. They're trying to point the finger Gilmore saying he had. At one time allegedly assaulted his ex girlfriend. But investigators cleared Gilmore as a suspect insisting he had several alibis. Experts say the defense will likely bring up other persons of interest as they fight for parks freedom. Park will be freed and her and leave the courtroom and walk anywhere she'd like because she's free on bail and legal analysts say that could work in her favor that image they say is likely to create a better impression on jurors Dan Indiana. Makiko thank you twisted and -- the accurate adjectives -- that case the trial starting tomorrow we'll stay on it.
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