An actress was arrested and charged with murder one day after completing her job as the star of an independent horror film that mirrored the real events.
Aisling Tucker Moore-Reed, 30, plays Valerie Faust in "From the Dark." The film tells the story of a young travel guide at a lodge in an Oregon forest celebrating her last day with colleagues when things get deadly. KTLV states that the film contains a moment where Moore-Reed's character commits a photograph that is similar to what happened in reality.
According to KTLV, one day after the film wrapped in 2018, Moore-Reed was arrested and charged with the 201
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The film's studio, Siskiyou Productions, said in a Facebook post that it was not aware of Moore-Reed's legal battle "until after the filming had been wrapped." Representatives of th e studio did not immediately respond to Fox News's request for comment.
According to The Oregonian, Moore-Reed faces charges of first and second-degree manslaughter in the death of 63-year-old Shane P. Moore on July 26, 2016. Although arrested at the time, she made the bail and released. She was not formally charged until August 2018, when police obtained video footage from the shooting.
While on bail, Moore-Reed, who reportedly went under the stage name Wynn Reed, was made in the film, which will be released next year.
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Moore-Reed's fatal confrontation 2016 with her uncle Shane was captured on a mobile phone camera . According to The Oregonian, Moore-Reed met with his mother, grandmother and a notary about a property dispute between them and her uncle. According to her press, Moore-Reed's grandmother was pressured by her son to sign a deed to the property, but she the actress and her mother did not want her to sign.
Shane Moore was arrested in January for assaulting Moore-Reed, for whom she received a restraining order.
In the video, published by KOBI-TV, Moore can be seen trampling outside the house when the family discusses the crime. An angry Moore-Reed can be heard shouting that her uncle was trying to get into the house and for someone to take a gun. She confronts him at the front door where she fires a shot in the chest. The video does not show the shooting, but the aftermath of Moore blew the driveway. Moore-Reed crying can be heard in the sound.
"He wouldn't be around me, he's violent and dangerous," Moore-Reed yells after the shooting. "He threatened my life."
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She later claimed that she did not mean to shoot her uncle, but only intended to fire a warning shot to scare him.
Producers told KTLV that their production had a low budget that did not allow for background checks, which they now regret.