For the love of money…SMH
A Southern California woman was sentenced to life in prison Friday for helping her lover, former NFL linebacker Eric Naposki, murder her live-in millionaire boyfriend for financial gain nearly two decades ago.
Nanette Ann Packard, 46, was convicted of murder earlier this year in the cold case slaying of William Francis McLaughlin, who made his fortune in medical technologies and was shot dead in his kitchen in December 1994.
Packard was living with the much older McLaughlin when he was murdered, but the divorced mother of two was also dating Naposki, a former linebacker for the New England Patriots and Indianapolis Colts who worked as a bouncer at a nearby nightclub.
Packard convinced Naposki to kill McLaughlin, gave him a key to the victim’s house and told him when he would be home, prosecutors said.
She stood to collect $ 1 million on a life insurance policy and receive $ 150,000 and free rent for a year at one of his homes if McLaughlin died, authorities said.
Packard ended up stealing at least $ 500,000 from McLaughlin’s estate both before and after his death, Matt Murphy, deputy district attorney, said during trial.
As for her accomplice Eric Naposki…
Naposki, 45, was convicted of first-degree murder last July.
His sentencing has been postponed until Aug. 10.
If this guy she was married to was so much older, she could have just as easily waited for him to kick the bucket. Greedy beyotch…
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