Quinn Gray Faked Kidnapping to Get Money From Husband (VIDEO)
This story sounds a lot more like a movie than real life: According to MSNBC, police are accusing Quinn Gray, a wealthy wife and mother of two from Florida, of faking her own abduction and lying about being sexually assaulted in captivity. Why would she do such a thing? She and her lover Jasmin Osmanovic wanted to extort $50,000 from Quinn’s husband, Reid Gray. Check out the video from the TODAY Show:
Quinn claimed that she was kidnapped over Labor Day weekend and held for a horrendous four days, where she was sexually assaulted. In a ransom note she said her captors forced her to write to her husband, she wrote, “There are three men holding me right now. And they want $50,000 cash.” She also wrote, “Stay at the house; NO COPS; keep your cell phone on you; keep the kids with you.”
But St. John’s county sheriff David Shore says the whole thing was a hoax. Authorities began to realize that Quinn’s story just didn’t add up. For example, the manager of the hotel where Gray was allegedly being held testified that she “didn’t seem to be in distress at all,” and a 90-minute audiotape they say captured the sounds of Gray and Osmanovic in the throes of passion, and then plotting the details of a fake kidnapping.
Why would someone do this? If she wanted to get a divorce and leave her husband, why put him through all this? Crazy.