A woman charged with hiring a hitman to kill her stepfather for his life insurance refused to appear in front of a judge Tuesday because she didn't
A woman charged with hiring a hitman to kill her stepfather for his life insurance refused to appear in front of a judge Tuesday because she didn’t want to be seen on television.
“If the news people are there, I’m not coming out! I don’t want my face on TV!,” Myesha Williams said, according to reports by Fox29.
FLORIDA WOMAN HAD HITMAN KILL STEPFATHER TO COLLECT ON LIFE INSURANCE: POLICE
“They are here. I’m not going to lie to you,” the public defender told her.
Williams was charged with first-degree murder after prosecutors said she hired Perry Stanley Sr. to gun down her stepfather, 59-year-old Terrance Gibson in January 2019.
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Authorities said Williams drove the getaway vehicle after Stanley shot Gibson from behind while he was sitting in a chair at a bonfire with friends in DeLand, Fla.
Two weeks before, prosecutors said Williams increased Gibson’s insurance policy from $25,000 to $750,000, and was the sole beneficiary listed on the policy.