|Captain Dennis Davern says Robert Wagner Killed Natalie Wood|
Just ask Justin Bieber about his paternity lawsuit.
And in an attempt to reopen thirty year old wounds, the boat captain who piloted the vessel that actress Natalie Wood fell off of and died has brought to light some new allegations.
|Wagner and Wood|
Because he wants “Justice” – NOT money. Yea right.
Davern wrote a book called “Goodbye Natalie, Goodbye Splendour”, and the 30 year anniversary of that fateful night is November 29th.
And one of the people on the boat that night, actor Dennis Hopper, has passed away and can no longer answer any questions.
That only leaves Wood’s husband Robert Wagner, actor Christopher Walken, and Captain Dennis Davern who really know what happened off the coast of Catalina in 1981.
He claims everybody was drunk and Wagner and Woods had a huge fight and he now “remembers” that Robert Wagner pushed her overboard and caused her death.
So after writing his book, somebody (not Davern) contacted the cops and media outlets to say the Captain had some "new recollections" that would blow the case wide open.
Wagner quickly responded saying,
“I trust they will evaluate whether any new information relating to the death of Natalie Wood Wagner is valid, and that it comes from a credible source or sources other than those simply trying to profit from the 30-year anniversary of her tragic death.”
Davern took to the “Today” show Friday to blow the case wide open, but instead came across looking like some kind of baseball cap wearing money hungry slob who hadn’t shaved in weeks who ultimately didn’t have much to say after all.
Yea, that looks and sounds like a guy who would lie to his own mother.
If you’re going to go on national television to call somebody a murderer you should have spent just a little more time getting prepared – and cleaned up.
Police say they are taking the new information seriously and will look at all the new information.
Davern will be exposed for what he is and the investigation will be closed and we can all get back to what we were doing.
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