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Actress/Model Michelle Marie Gopaul Charged In Kidnapping Infant


Jan. 1 2011, Published 6:45 a.m. ET

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Gorgeous actress/model Michelle Marie Gopaul is being held without bail in the mysterious kidnapping of an infant, has confirmed.

Police in Toronto, Canada  are still trying to figure out why the Manhattan woman allegedly kidnapped the baby girl.

In a story with more twists and turns than a Hollywood thriller, it is alleged that Gopaul set up a phony casting call for an infant. She even conned a workman into letting her into a video company's office space -- claiming she'd rented it but had lost her key and needed to get in, reports Toronto's CityNews TV --woman-charged-in-alleged-abduction-of-newborn which landed an exclusive interview with the abducted baby's father, Viral Pital.

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“We conducted an intense investigation, with 22 and 41 Divisions and with the help of public assistance, the child was returned back to the parents," Vella said.

Gopaul's credits include an American Express TV commercial and a small role in the Nicole Kidman-Sean Penn movie, The Interpreter.

One of Gopaul's friends told The Toronto Globe & Mail that several months ago, Michelle told her friends she was pregnant!

Her family is said to be in shock and are on their way to Toronto.

Gopaul appeared in Tononto's Old City Hall court Saturday morning for a bail hearing. She was denied. Her next court hearing is Tuesday.


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