“Natalie Wood deserves justice!”
The tragic actress' sister, Lana Wood, has spoken out exclusively to RadarOnline.com for the first time since investigators claimed Robert Wagner's story recounting his wife’s 1981 drowning death "doesn't add up."
“The only thing I will reiterate is I’ve never wanted anything but the truth — Natalie deserves it!” Lana, 71, exclusively told RadarOnline.com in an interview.
“No more arbitrary responses. No more making untrue and cruel statements about Natalie’s behavior or personality,” she said, referring to disparaging remarks Wagner has made about his wife in books.
Lana has long suspected the hot-tempered Robert in Natalie’s death. In a dramatic 2016 face-to-face showdown with the “Hart to Hart” hunk, she demanded to know why he has refused to cooperate with homicide investigators.
“You have accused me…you have accused me of murdering her!” he defensively cried out during the bombshell meeting that was videotaped at the lobby of Hyatt Regency hotel near Palm Springs, Calif.
Natalie mysteriously drowned off the Catalina Island coast on a yacht trip with Robert and her Brainstorm leading man Christopher Walken. She was just 43.
The boat skipper Dennis Davern told investigators that Robert and Natalie fought the night before the Hollywood beauty's body was found floating facedown in the Pacific Ocean.
Her death was ruled an accident until the case was re-opened again in 2011.
“His original story – what he said happened that weekend – doesn’t add up,” Lt. John Corinia, the head of the L.A. County Sheriff’s homicide squad said in a press conference February 5.
Lana, a former James Bond girl who starred in Diamonds are Forever, claims to want Robert to own up to the tragedy and stop dodging investigators.
“I am only reacting and responding to the information found by the detectives,” Lana told RadarOnline.com. “ I do not listen to, or process gossip or flights of fantasy. Nor do I harbor them, nor do I hold any anger or thoughts of vengeance.”
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