One of two crude advertisements posted online which celebrity skincare specialist Dawn DaLuise thought was being orchestrated by a business rival, leading her to allegedly solicit an ex-NFL star to murder him. But in actuality, police believe, the X-rated fliers were created by one of DaLuise’s closest confidantes whom, in a stunning act of betrayal, encouraged her to assume her tormentor was a neighboring business.
In a remarkable twist in the murder-for-hire scandal that has rocked Hollywood, Edward Feinstein, 28, was charged last Wednesday with stalking DaLuise, 55, his friend. The L.A. County Sheriff’s Department believe Feinstein created and distributed flyers — obtained exclusively by RadarOnline.com — with sexually explicit photos of DaLuise's face photoshopped onto other women. He also allegedly posted his own Craigslist ads pretending to be DaLuise requesting males to help her act out a “rape fantasy.”