Virginia Woman Pleads Guilty In Murder-For-Hire Plot, Tried To Kill Boyfriend's 'Mistress'

02/01/2012 04:48 pm ET

WASHINGTON -- A woman in Virginia's Loudoun County pleaded guilty to murder for hire in federal court on Wednesday, according to the Washington Examiner. She'd plotted to kill her boyfriend's "mistress."

According to court filings, Ann Jenene Cinnamon asked a "confidential human source" in August 2011 if he had friends who could help her with a problem.

She said she wanted "grievous bodily harm" done to the person she called her boyfriend's mistress -- Cinnamon told this confidential individual she wanted the mistress "killed, dead, gone. I want nothing left, no remains, nothing." The "CHS," as he's called in the court filings, told Cinnamon he could help her, then called the FBI.

In October, the CHS and Cinnamon met at the Great Falls Plaza in Sterling, where Cinnamon put down a deposit of $100. She agreed to pay another $400 once the mistress was murdered. (When Cinnamon was arrested in October, WRC-TV/NBC4 reported that she had asked for a "two for one" deal -- for her boyfriend to be killed along with his mistress. The latest court filings omit this detail.)

Cinnamon was arrested on Oct. 20 and indicted on Dec. 22. Her sentencing is scheduled for May 4.

According to the plea agreement, Cinnamon will receive a maximum sentence of 10 years in prison.

It has been widely reported that Cinnamon met her intended killer for hire on a website called "Be Naughty" (NSFW!). The Washington Post notes that Be Naughty's lawyers take issue with this detail:

An attorney for BeNaughty.com said on Friday that it is "factually inaccurate to suggest that the parties met on our site" because the site's owners "have not received any police requests" about the case.

RELATED VIDEO: NBC4's report on Cinnamon's October arrest.


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