More details are coming to light regarding Bruce Beresford-Redman, the TV producer's affair and the case being built around his wife's recent murder.
On April 8, the body of Monica Beresford-Redman washed up in a Cancun sewer. As you can read about HERE, Bruce is the sole suspect in the investigation.
Since that date, Monica's sister has alleged that Bruce was having an affair with a former co-worker, a woman identified as Joy Pierce. Now, a series of emails between Bruce, Joy and even Monica have been uncovered by Radar Online, all of which confirm a marriage in disarray.
Dated in March, just a month or so prior to Monica's death, the emails expose Bruce and Joy's affair. Reads one, written by the former to the latter:
"Clearly I am a piece of s**t. What I did to Monica was lousy and as you know it required me to lie to her for months. In fact her hatred for you (which was wholly unjustified for years) has had me lying to her wherever you were concerned for years."
Anger building, Bruce later writes that his wife has "denied me access to my children... shut me out of my home... liquidated all my money... and alleged at my daughter's school that I am abusive."
At one point, Monica actually emailed Joy and wrote that she "wants to expose [Bruce], so he can feel stupid."
Joy eventually chose to leave both sides of the couple alone and replied to Monica: "I would prefer that you stop. I am no longer involved in your situation and would like to be left alone. Best of luck."Finally, in an email sent to both women, Bruce tried to salvage his marriage and apologize for his behavior:
"Our relationship was a mistake and is over. I am committing myself to being a husband and father and am making a number of changes in my life. I am going to write to many women who I am inappropriate with and tell them that I am making changes too. I am going to get therapy for being a liar."
It's unclear if he ever entered therapy, but E! News claims to know of Bruce's current whereabouts: he's supposedly hiding out in the Mexican city of Merida.
Consulting with criminal attorney Eduardo Amerena, Bruce is reportedly planning a counterattack in the strong chance he's formally accused of Monica's murder.
"[Bruce] is going to say he didn't do it and that she was cheating on him," a source told E! News.
The insider adds that Bruce, a former Survivor producer, is "very distraught" and "afraid he will go to jail and never see his kids again."
If he's found guilty of this crime, that would certainly be an apt punishment.