A Florida woman is accused of soliciting fellow inmates to murder her parents, grandparents, and an assistant state attorney, according to the Osceola County Sheriff's Office. The former model allegedly wanted her parents and grandparents dead so that she could receive a $2 million inheritance.
Tureygua Inaru of Orlando was in jail after being arrested for aggravated stalking and threatening to kill former coworkers at Disney. While serving time at the Osceola County Jail, Inaru allegedly attempted to recruit fellow inmates for a murder-for-hire plot.
Osceola County Sheriff Marco Lopez told WESH, "Once she got to the jail, she befriends her cellmates and starts talking about wanting her parents, her grandparents killed, that she would pay them up to $50,000, saying they were very wealthy, and she gave the address."
Inaru reportedly said if none of her cellmates would murder her relatives that she would "gladly do it herself."
The 29-year-old former model said she would receive a $2 million inheritance once her parents and grandparents were dead, according to an affidavit.
The inmates said that Inaru supplied them with instructions on how to make the murders appear as robberies gone wrong.
Lopez said, "One of the inmates had some notes about how seriously this individual was trying to plan this out."
The inmates informed a correctional officer in December.
In January, the Osceola County Sheriff's Office sent an undercover detective posing as an inmate into Inaru’s jail cell, according to the New York Post. Inaru allegedly admitted having a hatred towards the assistant state attorney, but denied trying to hire a hitman.
The Osceola County Sheriff's Office said in a statement, "Detectives were able to obtain evidence to link Tureygua Inaru, who threatened her family members. Along with the threats, Tureygua Inaru used social media platforms and other online sources to stalk the assistant state attorney prosecuting her cases."
Inaru accused her mother and father of molesting her and her siblings when they were children.
Inaru has been charged with three counts of solicitations of premeditated murder charges and a cyberstalking charge for allegedly emailing death threats to the assistant state attorney in Florida's ninth district, who was prosecuting her case. The assistant state attorney has since been removed from the case.
WKMG-TV reported that Inaru said she wanted the assistant state attorney "to suffer" and didn't care if his family died too, according to the arrest warrant.
Inaru is scheduled to appear in court in May. Inaru also has a past charge of battery on her criminal record.
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