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Thursday, January 02, 2020 

An actress/producer who appeared in 2011's Captain America film was arrested for murder in Kansas

Some bad news has come up involving an actress and producer who played a small part in Captain America: The First Avenger nearly a decade ago. The Kansas City Star reports:
Olathe Police on Tuesday arrested 38-year-old Mollie Fitzgerald on charges of second-degree murder for allegedly stabbing her mother inside a Johnson County home earlier this month.

On Dec. 20, 68-year-old Patricia “Tee” Fitzgerald was found dead in her Olathe home in the 10200 block of South Shadow Circle. A few days later, police said everyone involved in the incident had been identified, though the case remained under investigation. Fitzgerald is now in the Johnson County Jail on a $500,000 bond.

Fans of “Captain America: The First Avenger” have seen Mollie Fitzgerald — a movie director, producer and actress — in a small role in the film, according to the site IMDb. The 38-year-old worked on mostly lower-budget films, including 2014’s “The Lawful Truth” and 2017’s “The Creeps.”

In “Captain America,” which reportedly grossed $176.6 million in the United States, Fitzgerald played “Stark Girl” and worked as an assistant to Director Joe Johnson.

“Being a part of this production has been one of the best experiences of my life,” she said in an interview with a comic book publication in July 2011. Though her acting role was “very small,” she said, “you can’t pay for the experience I’ve had.”
Whatever one thinks of the quality of the Marvel movies, this is all too obviously terrible news that taints the film, and you can't be surprised if now, some people won't want to pay to see her "experience" on the film set. The filmmakers must be thankful her role was minor. This is more bad news to go alongside the recent reports of a former Smallville TV actress who was arrested for her participation in a cult that committed sex slavery.

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