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Adult film actress pleads innocent in murder-for-hire scheme

Updated January 3, 2019 - 9:14 am

COEUR D’ALENE, Idaho — An adult film actress from Post Falls, Idaho, is pleading innocent to charges that she tried to hire someone to kill another person.

The Spokesman-Review reported that 31-year-old Katrina L. Danforth entered the plea on Wednesday in federal court in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho.

Danforth makes adult films under the name Lynn Pleasant.

According to court documents, she pleaded innocent to five counts of using interstate commerce to commission a murder-for-hire.

A federal judge set a trial date for March 4 and ordered that Danforth remain in custody.

Court records say she tried to hire someone to kill a person identified only as “R.H.” Other details were not available.

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