BRUNSWICK COUNTY -- The woman known as the "Black Widow," Sandra Bridewell, will be back in the Brunswick County courthouse Tuesday. Monday NewsChannel three spoke with the woman who led authorities to Bridewell. Sue Moseley, a St. James resident, says Bridewell took her credit cards and checks and spent thousands of dollars without her consent. Thursday Moseley will face Bridewell for the first time since her arrest earlier this month. Authorities caught up with 62-year-old Sandra Bridewell during a sting at a coffee shop in Charlotte. Moseley helped set up the sting. She says she let Bridewell live with her for five months after Bridewell told friends she was a missionary without a home. Bridewell is also known as the "Black Widow." She is suspected of killing two husbands and her best friend in Dallas, Texas in the 1980s. But she was never charged in those murders. Moseley said, "At first I couldn't believe it, but then I did believe it. There's always been some question about her in my mind but I could never figure it out." Moseley says she became suspicious of Bridewell after she told a real estate agent she would pay for a $2.5 million home with cash. After she realized who Bridewell was Moseley notified authorities. Sandra Bridewell is still in the Brunswick County jail being held on a $1.5 million bond because she is a flight risk.
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