A used plane ticket found by RadarOnline.com could rock the Bruce Beresford-Redman murder case, possibly proving that not only is the former Survivor producer still linked to his mistress, but also giving authorities an opening to argue that he should be denied bail.
Joy Pierce has been living in a modest home Bruce owns in Gardena, California, even though their affair was thought to have ended last year.
RadarOnline.com has uncovered what law enforcement believe could be a crucial piece as Bruce fights extradition to Mexico where he is charged in the murder of his wife Monica Beresford-Redman.
The American Airlines ticket, from Miami to Los Angeles, is dated November 4 and is in Pierce’s name.
“This is key piece of evidence that could point to a bail denial argument,” a law enforcement source connected to the case told RadarOnline.com.
“There is concern that Bruce Beresford-Redman could take off with this woman.”
As RadarOnline.com revealed, Bruce was arrested Tuesday at his home in Rancho Palos Verdes by U.S. Marshals.
He was taken to the Metropolitan Detention Center in Downtown Los Angeles.
Monica, 42, was found dead last April, in a sewage tank at the Moon Palace Hotel in Cancun, where she and Bruce were vacationing in a desperate bid to rebuild their shattered marriage, after the mother-of-two discovered he had been having an affair with Pierce.
Emails obtained by RadarOnline.com revealed the shocking love triangle that was still causing grief for the trio in the month before Monica’s murder.
“I told you that I would not leave my family… that was true and honest I was not misleading you,” Bruce wrote in one letter to Joy, who he worked with on the television show The Contender.
“Then that changed and I told you that I didn’t feel I would be happy without you and that I was going to leave my family so that we could be together.”
In a court filing, prosecutors said Bruce admitted to having an affair to his wife before the vacation.
Hotel personnel also confirmed the couple was arguing in front of the hotel’s restaurant.
“Records from the Moon Palace Hotel indicated that the couple’s hotel room door was opened at least nine times between midnight and 7a.m.,” according to court documents.
“Mexican authorities said they noticed scratches on the suspect’s hands, behind his ear, on his left shin and on his right ankle.”