Renée Zellweger, unrecognizable in her new series

Renée Zellweger in Los Angeles (California). (Photo: GTRES)

Forget the beloved Bridget Jones. Renée Zellweger has also put it aside to get under the skin of la asesina convinced Pam Hupp. The American, sentenced to life in prison, is accused of murdering her friend, Betsy Faria, in her home in 2016. There he stabbed her when she was lying on the sofa, after accompanying her to her chemotherapy treatment, according to the prosecutor’s report. Later, he got the victim’s husband indicted by means of a montage.

Fans of the 52-year-old actress have already seen her in New Orleans characterized for the NBC series, The Thing About Pam, in the middle of a snowy landscape. The protagonist of Judy She appears dressed in such a way that she appears to have grown taller and with facial prostheses. Impossible not to remember Charlize Theron in Monster.

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The Serie, that according to the interpreter It does not speak only of Hupp, but it is “a kind of illustration of current social problems”, it is also produced by Zellweger. Is based at podcast about real crimes of Dateline.

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The victim, Betsy Faria, changed her life insurance policy four days before her murder to the absolute benefit of Pam Hupp and her husband out. He was found guilty and sentenced to life imprisonment, until his innocence was proven, after spending three years in prison. The money would have been the motive for the crime, according to the Lincoln County prosecutor.

Just three months ago, Hupp was charged with first-degree murder in her friend’s case, for which prosecutors have called for the death penalty. He is currently in prison serving a sentence for another crime he perpetrated to appear innocent in the case of Betsy Faria.

During the police investigation, he led officers to believe that the victim’s husband had a violent temper and suggested that the deceased’s computer be inspected. There they found a writing in which he claimed to fear that he would end his life. It was all a set up, as the trial clarified.

This article originally appeared on The HuffPost and has been updated.


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