Raul Guillen: Porn star Aubrey Gold jailed for 10 years in Florida murder case

Aubrey Gold was sentenced to 10 years in prison and five years of felony probation after that


                            Raul Guillen: Porn star Aubrey Gold jailed for 10 years in Florida murder case
Lauren Wambles aka Aubrey Gold (L) was sentenced for being an accessory in the murder of Raul Ambriz Guillen (Houston County Jail, Jackson County Sheriff's Office)
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HOLMES COUNTY, FLORIDA: A well-known porn star has been sentenced in a murder case that took place in Holmes County, Florida last year.

Lauren Wambles, 24, popularly known as Aubrey Gold in the adult film industry, was sentenced to 10 years in prison and five years of felony probation upon release after she pleaded no contest to one count of accessory after the fact to second-degree murder with a firearm. Her charge was in connection to the July 4, 2020 death of Raul Ambriz Guillen, who was shot in the back of his head and buried in a shallow grave in Holmes County. 

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According to WMBB, co-defendant Jeremie Odell Peters was found guilty of being an accessory after the fact to second-degree murder with a firearm, along with conspiracy to commit first-degree tampering with a witness on June 24. Meanwhile, William Shane Parker is awaiting trial in the case after being charged with second-degree murder with a firearm. Wambles testified against Peters during his trial and agreed to do the same during Parker's trial as part of a plea deal, State Attorney Larry Basford said.

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Prior to her conviction, Wambles had performed in over 31 adult films under the name of Aubrey Gold between 2015 and 2018, when she stopped filming pornography. 


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MEAWW previously reported how Guillen, of Gordon, Alabama, was reported missing on July 4, 2020. He was last seen at Peters' home in Graceville, Florida, along with Parker from Gordon, Alabama, and Wambles from Dothan, Alabama. The police said they searched warrants at Peters' home, along with another home, and found evidence of the murder at both locations. With the help of cadaver dogs, the police discovered a location that turned out to be a gravesite in northeastern Holmes County. When the Florida Department of Law Enforcement excavated the site, they found a man's body, which was later identified to be that of Guillen's. 

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Guillen's daughter, Rosa Ambriz, who lives in Texas, was the one who reported him missing. She told the Dothan Eagle last August, when authorities were still searching for him, that she and her mother felt that Guillen 'was in danger'. "My father called my mother, his ex-wife, the day before he went missing and told my mother he was with people he believed to be dangerous, and he needed to get out of the situation," Ambriz said. "He asked my mother for money, but she had just moved, and her mind was focused on other things at the time. She just told my father he needed to get out of the situation he might be in for his safety."

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The investigation commenced after a woman revealed to the Jackson County Sheriff's Office that Parker had raped her, and, two months later, told them that she had a suspicion that her roommate, Guillen, had been murdered, but was unable to confirm it, WDHN reported. The JCSO began to look into his disappearance and worked with the Houston County Sheriff's Office, which led to a breakthrough in the case indicating that Guillen had been murdered in Holmes County, which then brought in the Holmes County Sheriff’s Office.

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At the time, Holmes County Sheriff John Tate called it 'a very complex case'. "Basically, what we learned is they had been working a missing person’s case for a couple of weeks, two or three weeks, and information had revealed that possibly the homicide had occurred in our county and also the body had been buried in our county," Tate explained in a statement in August last year.

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Wambles was subsequently charged with being an accessory to murder. Her past criminal record showed at least six arrests since 2018 and a drug possession charge.