Plotters attempt to kill Colorado mom for girlfriend's breast-implant money
An 18-year-old man is accused of plotting his mother's death with three others so he could have access to her money to buy his girlfriend breast implants.
According to the Denver Channel, Nikita Weis hired two young men for a total of $7,000 to kill his mother and dispose of her body. However, when the victim, Hyun Weis, was attacked Thursday in her home with a small souvenir baseball bat, she was able to escape after using the panic button on her key chain to set off her car alarm, causing the assailant to flee.
Nikita, the girlfriend, Sophia Nicole Alsept, 21, and the two men he allegedly hired -- 18-year-old Juan Antonio Velez Gonzalez and 19-year-old Brandon Michael Soroka are all charged with suspicion of conspiracy to commit first-degree murder.
The Denver Channel reported that Nikita and Alsept admitted to plotting the attack after initially saying they were held at gunpoint by the intruder. According to Fountain Deputy Police Chief Mike Barnett, Nikita planned to sell his mother's car and empty her bank accounts to pay for Alsept's breast implants.
All four of the alleged plotters are being held on $50,000 bond.
The mother was released from the hospital Friday.