Cynthia Hurley was arrested last week after making threats against her great aunt, Lillian King, King’s attorney, Robert Rosenthal, and Nader Agha, co-conservator of King’s estate, said Monterey County Deputy District Attorney Lisa Poll.
One [threat] was verbalized to [Hurley’s] counselor and involved all three of those individuals, Poll said. And the second incident just involved Nader Agha on April 23. Poll said details of the threats aren’t public now but could be revealed at a May 10 court hearing in Salinas. Hurley was in a courtroom Tuesday for appointment of a public defender and remains in custody at Monterey County Jail.
One of the terms of [Hurley’s] probation is not to harass, threaten or harm the victim or co-conservators in the case, Poll said.