Aisling Tucker Moore-Reed, 30 (photo), was arrested in the shooting about her uncle's death the day after her horror film was packed
A journalist who became an actress and was accused of killing her uncle was arrested the day after the horror film with a very similar storyline.
In the fall of 2018, Aisling had & # 39; Tucker & # 39; Moore-Reed, 30, completed filming from From the Dark, in which she played the lead role of Valerie Faust.
The film, which will be released next year, is about a young guide in a lodge in a forest in Oregon who is celebrating her last day when things take a sinister turn.
The day after she finished filming, she was arrested for the fatal shooting of her uncle 63-year-old Shane Patrick Moore on July 26, 2016.
Reed, a one-time reporter for the Grants Pass Daily Courier and for Cosmopolitan magazine, reportedly audited the film while on bail under the pseudonym & # 39; Wyn Reed & # 39 ;, reported the Mail Tribune.
In August 2018, the police obtained video footage of the shooting. In September Reed was arrested and charged with manslaughter in the first and second degree.
She claimed she wasn't going to shoot her uncle, but only to fire a warning shot to scare him.
Reed is currently being held without bail and in December in Jackson County prison.
According to an update on the Indiegogo page of the film written on October 22, producers said they had no idea that Reed was confronted with murder.
& # 39; We met her in March last year when she came to audition for our movie & # 39 ;, says the statement.
& # 39; We had absolutely no idea who she was or her circumstances. Our circles never overlap, because our theater and film experience was only in Grants Pass and hers in Medford. & # 39;
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She was arrested in 2016 for the fatal shooting of her uncle Shannon Patrick Moore, 63, and while on bail auditioned for the independent horror film & # 39; From the Dark under the pseudonym & # 39; Wyn Reed & # 39 ;. Pictured: Drove out of the film in a still
In the film, Reed Valerie Faust, a young guide at a lodge in a forest in Oregon, plays her last day when things take a sinister turn. Pictured: Drove out of the film in a still
The filmmakers stated that they could not perform background checks due to the low budget of the film.
According to local media there is an agreement between photograph real life and one in the film.
& # 39; There is a main scene in which she photographs someone in the same way, & # 39; told an unnamed source CBSLA.
On the Indiegogo page, the filmmakers said that after learning about Reed's costs, they didn't know what to do, so we just continued post-production and hoped for the best & # 39 ;.
& # 39; Please forgive us, & # 39; wrote the producers. & # 39; We do our best to make a release of this movie happen, but we don't want to harm anyone. & # 39;
In video, Reed (right), her sister, her mother, Kelly Moore (left), and her grandmother, Lore Moore (center), discuss document documents that Shane Moore wanted his sister to sign
While this is happening, the uncle (photo) sees walking towards the house
Authorities say Reed captured the moments prior to the shooting in July 2016.
In the video, Already Uncle sees the house approaching as she, her sister, her mother, Kelly Moore, and her grandmother, Lore Moore, discuss document documents that Shane Moore wanted his sister to sign.
According to The e-mail stand, the family had experienced a bitter ownership dispute that led to Reed being banned from her uncle after he allegedly attacked her in 2015.
Reed & # 39; s family claimed that Shane Moore was a violent drug addict.
In the video Reed hears shouts: & # 39; Get out! & # 39;
The phone continues to pick up due to panic and confusion until the sound of a gunshot is heard a moment later.
Judicial documents reveal that Shane Moore sustained a bullet wound in the chest.
While the camera is being covered, the uncle hears background pain.
After the mobile phone images were found, Reed was arrested again. She was accused of manslaughter in the first and second degree. Pictured: Reed in her first mugshot on the left and her author's photo on the right
Reed (pictured in court January 2019) is currently being held in prison with a trial date for December
& # 39; He shouldn't have been near me! & # 39; Reed screams while her family members & # 39; Jesus & # 39; and & # 39; Oh God & # 39; screaming in the background.
While the camera is covered, the phone picks up the sound of Reed getting sick in a bathroom and sobbing.
In the background, her mother Kelly Moore tells her that Shane Moore is still alive but bleeding.
& # 39; He is not dead? & # 39; Reed then asks her mother, seeing that he is still alive, shouts: & # 39; F ** k! & # 39;
Authorities said the family members had unsuccessfully given CPR to the victim after he was shot. Shane Moore died a short time later.
Reed cried in court while she listened to the images. She lowered her head and turned her eyes to the floor of the courtroom.
Judge Lisa Greif of the County of Jackson County cited the explosives as one of the main reasons why she decided that Reed should remain in prison while awaiting trial.
& # 39; That kind of evidence has nailed the evidence to me, & # 39; Greif said to the stands.
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