EXCLUSIVE PHOTOS: Family In Mexico To Claim Body of Survivor Producer’s Dead Wife

The family of Monica Beresford-Redman has arrived in Cancun, Mexico to reclaim her body, RadarOnline.com has learned exclusively.

PHOTOS:  Monica Beresford-Redman’s Family Arrives In Mexico

Monica’s sister Jeane Burgos and their mother Ely arrived in the vacation city Tuesday at 8 p.m. and were greeted by a swarm of Mexican press covering the high profile case.  “We love my sister and we want justice,” Jeane said, “So we want to make sure this is going to be accomplished.”

VIDEO: Sister Survivor Producer’s Slain Wife Warned Her About Cancun Trip

PHOTOS: Cheaters Gallery

Ely, wearing sunglasses, was visibly grieving for her daughter who was found dead April 8 in a sewer outside the luxury Moon Palace hotel, where she was vacationing with her husband Bruce. It was later revealed by Mexican officials her cause of death was asphyxiation and suffocation.

EXCLUSIVE VIDEO INTERVIEW: Murdered Wife Went To Mexico to Save Marriage

Bruce, who was a producer for Survivor, The Contender and Pimp My Ride, was at first arrested in connection with her murder, but later released under the condition that he that stay in Mexico.  RadarOnline.com first reported that Bruce is the only suspect in the case.

EXCLUSIVE: Survivor Producer Only Suspect In Wife’s Murder, DNA Results Due Next Week

The women spent four hours talking to investigators offering their own information including documents and emails sent between Monica and Bruce. They also gave insight into the couple’s troubled marriage.

The family, which is of Brazilian ancestry, was accompanied by the Brazilian Consulate when they arrived at Assistant Attorney General Rodolfo Garcia Pliego’s office.

EXCLUSIVE: Mistress Identity Revealed In Case of Survivor Producer Suspected Of Murdering Wife

They spent four hours filing paperwork in order to take Monica’s remains back to the United States for a proper burial.

EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: Survivor Producer’s Mistress Was A Co-Worker, Says Dead Wife’s Friend

The officials told the family they will contact the Attorney General’s office to find out if the DNA results are complete, which could happen as early as Wednesday.

As RadarOnline.com reported, authorities are expected to make an arrest once the DNA results come in. Monica’s sister, Jeana, says she’s confident she will get justice in Mexico.

blog comments powered by Disqus