Pamela Long Wiggins is the wealthy realtor now accused of helping the hit-squad that allegedly slaughtered the Florida couple who were raising 17 children.
Wiggins is charged as an accessory after the fact. She was taken into custody onboard her yacht named "Classy Lady" at a marina near Mobile, Alabama.
The safe stolen from the home of Bud and Melanie Billings was also found.
Florida State Attorney Bill Eddins says, “The safe is being processed at this time. We have found several guns in various locations, one of which we do believe is the murder weapon.”
INSIDE EDITION has learned more about the 47-year-old realtor. She's the landlord of the accused mastermind, Leonard Gonzalez, Jr. Gonzalez and his wife Tabatha were even witnesses when Wiggins got married to her second husband in 2008. Her marriage certificate shows his signature, "L. Patrick Gonzalez," at the bottom.
Wiggins reportedly owns a Rolls-Royce in addition to her yacht, as well as a dozen houses in three states and an antique business.
However, it’s been reported that Wiggins also has big money troubles.
Four of her houses, worth a total of about $1 million, are facing foreclosure, according to documents obtained by INSIDE EDITION.
Wiggins ex-husband Jimmy Malden spoke with Good Morning America about his braggart former lover. “She likes to boast a lot about her power, her position in society.” He says she even bragged to him about her unsavory connections. “She knew some people that I guess you could say, good fellas, henchmen.”
Now the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) is investigating whether Wiggins and the seven-man hit-squad that allegedly carried out the Billings murders have any links to the notoriously violent Mexican drug gang known as "MS-13."
As the mystery deepens, Sheriff David Morgan dismissed rumors that the Billings had money troubles of their own and were living beyond their means. “The Billings family to the best of my knowledge is not the focus of any investigation by the DEA. So we ask again for a little consideration for the Billings family in this time of grief,” he said.