It's been almost 35 years since actress Natalie Wood drowned after falling from a boat off the coast of Santa Catalina Island in California.
In the decades since, the mysterious circumstances surrounding Wood's passing at the age of 43 have remained a topic of interest for tabloids and conspiracy theorists alike.
In recent years, the demand for answers from Wood's family and friends has led to the original case being re-opened, with her then-husband, actor Robert Wagner, at the center of the investigation.
In 2014, The National Enquirer reported that Wood caught Wagner and friend Christopher Walken in bed together on the night of her death.
Walken has since been questioned by police and cleared of any suspicion of wrongdoing, but Wagner has consistently refused to investigate with authorities.
Now in a shocking video obtained by Radar Online, Natalie's sister, Lana Wood, confronts Wagner and accuses him of
"You have accused me of murdering her,” Wagner snaps. "It's incredible. I can't believe you would do something like that."
Woods sister goes on to accuse Wood of changing his story and refusing to provide straight answers to questions about what took place that fateful night in 1981.
Authorities have officially changed Wood's cause of death from accidental drowning to "undetermined factors," but Wagner not officially considered a suspect, and at the age of 86, it seems unlikely that he'll willingly offer up any new information.