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Former Playmate of the Year Charged with Attempted Murder

via TMZ
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A 1968 Playboy playmate of the year has been charged with attempted murder of her husband, who is currently listed in grave condition after being shot Saturday, according to the LA Times. 68-year-old Victoria Rathgeb, who posed under the name Angela Dorian (and is also known as Victoria Vetri), told police that a drug dealer shot her husband, but investigators concluded that she pulled the trigger.Rathgeb is being held on a $1.5 million bail and is due back in court on November 1st. The shooting happened at their home on the 7000 block of Hawthorn Avenue, which is near Hollywood and Highland (map).

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