Justice For Natalie! Woods’ Sister Lana Declares Robert Wagner ‘Should Be Arrested’ In Heartbreaking Grave Visit -- See The Photos
Thirty three years ago, Natalie Wood passed away under mysterious circumstances. And now, her sister is demanding justice! RadarOnline.com has exclusively obtained photos of Wood’s sister Lana’s heartbreaking trip to her dead sibling’s grave, where she finally revealed who she thinks holds the key to her sister’s death — Robert Wagner!
Wagner “should be arrested and taken in for questioning like any regular Joe,” she declared during her visit to Pierce Bros. Westwood Memorial Park in L.A.
“Because he’s Hollywood royalty, they’ve treated him with kid gloves,” she said.
Lana insisted, “I want to know what really happened to Natalie so this case can be closed and she can rest in peace."
- 'Robert Wagner Needs To Go Before A Grand Jury’: Natalie Wood’s Boat Captain Demands ‘Justice’ From District Attorney As Cops Declare Death Case Cold
- Retired Los Angeles Country Sherriff Department Detective Says He’ll Seek Justice In Natalie Wood Death Case As Private Civilian
- ‘All Leads Have Been Exhausted’: Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department CONFIRMS Murder Probe Into Robert Wagner Moved To Cold Case
“If they find proof that Robert was directly involved in her death, then he should be charged!” she said.
Natalie died on November 29, 1981, at the age of 43, when her body was found floating near the yacht “Splendour,” off of California’s California Island. She and Wagner had been entertaining Christopher Walken on the boat.
Wagner has admitted to arguing with Christopher that night, but his attorney, Blair Berk, insists he has “fully cooperated” with police and they never labeled him a suspect.
Lt. John Croina of the L.A. County Sheriff’s homicide division told The ENQUIRER Wagner should step up and submit to a full investigative questioning — and Lana does too. If he “is innocent, then he has nothing to fear,” she said.
Natalie’s case was reopened in 2011. The next July, they changed the cause of death on her autopsy report from “accidental drowning” to “drowning and other undetermined factors."