Mollie Fitzgerald, who was captured Tuesday by police, has been accused of second-degree murder and imprisoned on $500,000 bond.
An on-screen character who had a little job in the 2011 motion picture Captain America: The First Avenger is blamed for lethally cutting her mom inside a rural Kansas City home.
Mollie Fitzgerald, 38, was captured Tuesday by police in Olathe, Kansas, the Kansas City Star announced. She is accused of second-degree murder and imprisoned on $500,000 bond. It wasn’t quickly clear on the off chance that she had a lawyer who could remark for her sake.
Fitzgerald is blamed in the demise for 68-year-old Patricia “Tee” Fitzgerald, who specialists state was discovered dead on Dec. 20 inside her Olathe home.
IMDb records Mollie Fitzgerald as a motion picture chief and maker just as entertainer. She has taken a shot at for the most part low-spending films, remembering The Lawful Truth for 2014 and The Creeps in 2017.
In Captain America, Fitzgerald played Stark Girl and furthermore functioned as an aide to the chief, Joe Johnson. The film netted $176.6 million locally.
“Being a piece of this generation has been perhaps the best understanding of my life,” Fitzgerald told a comic book distribution in 2011.
Patricia Fitzgerald was moving back to the Kansas City zone in the wake of living quite a few years in the Houston region, her sibling, Gary Hunziker, 72, of Keokuk, Iowa, told the Star.
Their family experienced childhood with a homestead in upper east Missouri. Patricia Fitzgerald considered non-intrusive treatment at the University of Missouri and moved to the Kansas City territory. She at that point moved to Texas, where her significant other had a law office, Hunziker said.
Hunziker said he knew barely any insights concerning the conditions encompassing his sister’s demise.