Las Vegas Shooter Wired $100000 to Philippines Last Week

Las Vegas Shooter Wired $100000 to Philippines Last Week

Stephen Paddock, the retiree who killed 59 people in a massacre in Las Vegas, sent his alleged girlfriend, Marilou Danley, to the Philippines to "spare her", Danley's sisters claim, a report said.

Paddock transferred $100,000 to the Philippines in the days before the shooting, a US official briefed by law enforcement but not authorized to speak publicly because of the continuing investigation told the AP on condition of anonymity.

"I called her up immediately and she said, 'Relax, we shouldn't worry about it".

The 62-year-old Danley was in a relationship with Paddock for a few years, reportedly meeting while she worked as a hostess at a Reno, Nevada casino. Paddock shot at the crowd from his hotel room on the 32nd floor of the Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino, killing 59 and injuring over 500 more. He had a camera installed in his hotel room and had piled up 24 guns and thousands of rounds before opening fire from a hotel window at people attending the concert.

Although police said they had no other suspects, Clark County Sheriff Joseph Lombardo said investigators wanted to talk with Paddock's girlfriend and live-in companion, Marilou Danley, who he said was traveling overseas in Tokyo.

Ms Danley arrived in Manila on 15 September, more than two weeks before the mass shooting in Las Vegas, then flew to Hong Kong on 22 September and returned to Manila on 25 September.

Danley's sisters told Seven News that she was wired $127,000.

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Clark County Undersheriff Kevin McMahill said the shooting spanned between nine and 11 minutes.

The sheriff said Paddock was prepared for anybody coming in and take him into custody.

Danley's neighbors said she described herself as a gambler.

As of now, Danley is not under arrest, nor is she charged with any crimes.

Born in the Phillippines, Danley moved to Queensland where she married a local man and became an Australian citizen, living on the Gold Coast for around 10 years until the late 1980s.

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The official said USA authorities were eager to question Ms Danley about whether Paddock encouraged her to leave the United States before his attack.

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The claims come after Danley returned to the USA from the Philippines on Wednesday on an order from police as the search for answers to America's deadliest mass shooting in modern history continues.

Paddock seemed atypical of the troubled, angry, young men who experts said have come to embody the mass-shooter profile in the United States.

News reported Monday that Paddock had wired Danley $100,000.

Investigators have plenty of evidence but nothing yet that points to a motive in the shooting.

So far, police believe Paddock acted alone - which could make his motive harder to determine.

But Paddock also had a habit of berating Danley in front of the coffee-chain's employees, according to Esperanza Mendoza. Stanton said Lombard is expected to put out a statement later Wednesday.

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