She's also accused of attempted first-degree murder for what authorities say was an earlier attempt to kill her husband, Lorenzen Wright, according to the Commercial Appeal. "He played basketball in this city, came back to play professional basketball in this city and he lost his life in this city".
Sherra Wright was arrested Friday evening, December 15, by federal marshals in Murrieta, California on the indictment by a Shelby County grand jury and remained in custody there Saturday awaiting extradition proceedings.
Wright's body was found in a swampy field outside of Memphis on July 28, 2010, 10 days after the 34-year-old was reported missing.
Sherra Wright, 38, was arrested during a traffic stop on the 15 Freeway near Hidden Valley Parkway on the Corona-Norco border about 8 p.m. "They got her! They got her!"
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But it appears investigators that Wright-Robinson set up Lorenzen Wright to be murdered for the insurance money with the help of the man she went to church with. Wright's mother confronted him in court last week as he was arraigned. "They need to bury her".
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Sports Illustrated has since published portions of a previously unreleased video interview with Sherra Wright.
After a pause, she responded, "At first, I'm a wife, then I'm a mother, and then thirdly I'm an author. The law enforcement should do what's best to find who's the killer".
Though published as fiction, her book, "Mr. Tell Me Anything", the story of a deceitful, philandering basketball player who grows up in MS, moves to Memphis, marries an older woman and becomes a top pro draft pick, bears an uncanny resemblance to the real-life story of Lorenzen and Sherra Wright.
"I'm first a wife", Wright-Robinson answered.
Sherra Wright divorced Lorenzen Wright months before he died, her divorce attorney Gail Mathes told the Daily News in 2010.
Before he left, She said she overheard her ex-husband on the telephone telling someone that he was going to 'flip something for $110,000, ' the document said.