There’s been dramatic and ugly scenes at the home of former Survivor producer Bruce Beresford-Redman — the man who fled Mexico, despite authorities still wanting to question him about the murder of his slain wife.
RadarOnline.com has learned Bruce’s estranged sister-in-law Jeane Burgos arrived at the Rancho Palos Verdes home in California on Tuesday afternoon.
Not soon after entering the house, witnesses report, yelling could be heard.
“Jeane stormed into the house... the next thing you know she came out of the house with one of the children and sped away,” a witness told RadarOnline.com.
That child was three-year-old Alec.
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“As Jeane was leaving the house she rolled down her window and said, ‘Thank you for watching us!’ to the waiting media,” the onlooker told RadarOnline.com.
Earlier, Bruce’s father David -- who has been granted temporary custody of Alec and sister, five-year-old Camila — said the children camped out with their father on Monday night.
“Bruce spent last night in the tent with the kids… not sure if he’ll do it again,” David told reporters.
Adding to the misfortune of the whole situation, Bruce’s father added that the media interest in the case has been “overwhelming” for the children.
The attorney for Monica’s sisters, Jeane and Carla Burgos, issued a statement Monday saying that her family is in shock and pleaded for Bruce not to involve the children should he plan to “run” again.