Monica Spear made headlines this year after she and her husband were killed in a bad robbery on January 6, 2014 while vacationing in Venezuela with their five-year-old daughter.
A 2004 beauty pageant winner, Spear has remained a household name after her stint as Miss Venezuela, appearing in many television shows and soap operas.
The tragic death of Monica Spear triggered a deeper investigation on the matter and there is reason to believe that there might be more to the story than what people were led to believe, according to Fansshare.com.
Monica Spear has been one of the most recognizable faces in Venezuela, after starring in many soap operas and winning the Miss Venezuela beauty pageant in 2004.
According to Fansshare, even an ignorant person could recognize Spear in Venezuela, let alone seven criminals as it is alleged by investigators were involved in the robbery. When the news broke out in January, it was reported that Spear and her ex-husband were killed when they resisted their attempts.
Monica Spear and her husband, British businessman Thomas Berry, are affluent and some are finding it difficult to believe that they refused to hand over their belongings.
Entertainment insiders have speculated that Monica Spear's death might have been a premeditated plan and was not simply due to a bad robbery. The area where the robbery occured was known for high criminal activity incidences.
Criminals hate publicity and the last thing organized crime would approve is the killing of a public figure such as Monica Spear because they know it would bring attention to their illicit enterprises.
This led to speculation that there could be more than meets the eye with Monica Spear's case.