We begin with that skin care guru to the stars charged with trying to hire a hit man to kill a competitor. The alleged hit man is speaking out this morning saying that his reputation has been unfairly... See More
We begin with that skin care guru to the stars charged with trying to hire a hit man to kill a competitor. The alleged hit man is speaking out this morning saying that his reputation has been unfairly damaged because of the case and ABC's bazi kanani has the story. Reporter: She's the Hollywood beauty expert known for what she claims is her celebrity clientele. Dawn daluise featured in "Vogue," "In style" and "Ladies home journal" but this morning she is being accused of an ugly plot to kill her competition. Determine that she does fit the mold as having reached the level of solicitation for murder. Reporter: Dawn daluise is accused of trying to hire a hit man of killing Gabriel Suarez. Boggles my mind someone would go through that. Reporter: The evidence against her may include this text message allegedly written by her and sent to a friend. "I found someone who is going to take Gabriel out. His name is Chris geile and he's an ex-detroit lion quarterback." I thought someone was pulling a joke on me. Reporter: This morning that alleged hit man is coming forward saying he only met daluise and she never asked him to commit a crime. I was just totally astonished. Reporter: Police say geile is accused of no wrongdoing and has not been charged with any crime. Dawn daluise pleaded not guilty to the solicitation of murder charge and is now in jail on $1 million bond. When you hear the evidence and see what happened, I think there will be a whole new twist to the case. Reporter: One twist already, investigators say daluise thought Suarez wasn't just competing for clients but cyberstalking her and say the cyberstalker was actually her own close friend, Edward Feinstein. He was arrested on suspicion of stalking and released on bail. Feinstein told ABC news he is not guilty. Investigators say this bizarre case is not over yet and more arrests are possible. For "Good morning America," bazi kanani, ABC news, Los Angeles.
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