The sister of slain Monica Beresford-Redman has now provided Mexican authorities with the proof they need to start the extradition process of ex-Survivor producer Bruce Beresford-Redman, RadarOnline.com has learned exclusively.
There is currently a warrant out for Bruce’s arrest. He is accused of the first degree murder of his wife Monica in Cancun, Mexico in early April. But here’s where Mexican bureaucracy takes over. Even though video and photos of Beresford-Redman in Los Angeles have been plastered all over the internet and on TV, the Mexican government must go through their procedures to show proof that Bruce is no longer in Mexico and actually in the U.S.
Authorities checked with the immigration department, which says they have no record of Beresford-Redman leaving the country. But, of course, he could have easily cross the border unnoticed like the millions of illegal immigrants who come here every year.
According to the attorney general’s office in Mexico, Jeane Burgos, Monica’s sister, and her attorney presented authorities with what appears to be the appropriate documents needed to prove that Bruce is now in the United States, which could be a photo or notorized documents. Now they can start the extradition process, which could take days or years.