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Music & Entertainment News - Friday 2/2/18 | Passport

Music & Entertainment News – Friday 2/2/18

Music & Entertainment News – Friday 2/2/18

Actor Robert Wagner is being labeled a “person of interest” in the drowning death of Natalie Wood nearly four decades ago.
The death of Natalie Wood has long been one of Hollywood’s great mysteries.

Sylvia Kristel, Robert Wagner and Nathalie Wood - Cannes, France - Photo Credit: Pixplanete / PR Photos

Sylvia Kristel, Robert Wagner and Nathalie Wood – Cannes, France – Photo Credit: Pixplanete / PR Photos

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Robert Wagner and Katie Wagner – Photo Credit: David Gabber / PRPhotos.com – Contact (1-866-551-7827)

Authorities are now investigating her death as “suspicious” after new revelations from witnesses who have finally come forward.
Wood, a top-tier actress who starred in “West Side Story” and “Splendor in the Grass,” died in 1981 after falling into the ocean off Catalina Island in California while boating with husband Robert Wagner and friend Christopher Walken. She was 43.

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Christopher Walken –
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Police had initially ruled Wood’s death as accidental but years later, bruises on Wood’s body led the Los Angeles County coroner’s office to change the cause of death from “accidental drowning” to “drowning and other undetermined factors.”
In 2011, the Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department reopened its investigation into Wood’s death, saying they had been contacted by people claiming to have “additional information” about the drowning.
On Thursday, authorities said that after reviewing more than 100 tips, they obtained new witnesses statements that “portray a new sequence of events on the boat that night.”
There were yelling and crashing sounds coming from the couple’s stateroom that night and another witness said a woman and a man were arguing on the back of the boat. said.
“Do we have enough to make an arrest at this moment? No,” the sheriff’s office said. “This remains a suspicious death investigation.”
The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department said that Wagner, now 87, has become of interest since he was the last person to see Wood.
The actress was married to Wagner from 1972 to her death in 1981.
“Natalie Wood: Death in Dark Water” will air on Feb. 3 at 10 p.m. on CBS, featuring new witnesses, evidences and theories as to what happened the night of her death.

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