An actress who cast in “Captain America: The First Avenger” stabbed her mother to death inside a Kansas house, according to the police.
Mollie Maxine Fitzgerald, who performed “Stark Girl” in the 2011 Marvel Studios movie, was busted Tuesday on a second-degree murder charge by police in Olathe, where her mother, 68-year-old Patricia “Tee” Fitzgerald, was discovered dead inside a house on Dec. 20.
Patricia Fitzgerald, of Montgomery, Texas, was declared dead at home from an apparent stab wound, police announced Tuesday.
“A 38-year-old white female, identified to the victim, was communicated on the scene and moved to a local hospital with minor injuries,” police told. “This case remains under examination by the Olathe Police Department.”
The elder Fitzgerald was in the means of moving back to the Kansas City area after residing for many decades outside of Houston, her brother Gary Hunziker said the Kansas City Star. He was incapable of giving additional details encompassing his sister’s death.
“We were astounded,” Hunziker said. “It doesn’t matter the conditions – the loss of a sister is what it’s all about.”
An IMDb profile for Mollie Fitzgerald recognizes her as a movie director, producer, and actress who also performed in a 2018 film named “Trouble Is My Business” and “The Lawful Truth” in 2014.
Fitzgerald estimated to charged on Thursday, according to the sources.