Conclusive DNA evidence helped determine that first degree murder charges be brought against Bruce Beresford-Redman Monday, Mexico Attorney General Francisco Alor tells RadarOnline.com exclusively.
But at almost the exact same hour as the charges came down, the former Survivor producer was at his home in Southern California, playing with his kids on a back yard swing set.
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"If you can give me proof that Mr. Beresford-Redman has left Mexico, we will ask Interpol to help us get him back," Alor told our Richard Ayoub. "We will also ask the U.S. to assist us."
Beresford-Redman's attorney maintains his client's innocence and has made it clear he will fight all attempts to extradite him back to Mexico.
And in a statement, Bruce said, "I am devastated at her loss, and I am incensed at the suggestion that I could have had anything to do with her death."
The Beresford-Redman children are also at the center of a court battle. Following their mother's death and while their father was being required to stay in Mexico, Bruce's parents were given temporary guardianship over Camila, 5 and Alec, 3.
Bruce and his parents now want his parental rights restored. Monica's family has challenged that, and a Los Angeles County Superior Court judge has left the senior Beresford-Redmans in charge, for now. They are staying at their son's home, along with the kids.
A judge sided with Bruce and agreed that it would be best for the children to skip Sunday's memorial for their mother and instead attend a smaller more private ceremony.