Mollie Fitzgerald, the 38-year-old actress, who is known for her casting in Captain America: The First Avenger, has been arrested this New Year’s Eve, in Olathe, Kansas. Mollie Fitzgerald’s mother, Patricia “Tee” Fitzgerald, who was 68 years old, was found dead on December 20th, in Olathe, Kansas, in her home, and Mollie Fitzgerald was accused of killing her.

Who was Mollie Fitzgerald?

Mollie Fitzgerald was seen as “Stark Girl” in Captain America: The First Avenger. She was in the WWII era of the MCU as one of Dominic Cooper’s or Howard Stark’s female companions. Likely to be guessed, Fitzgerald is one of those stage girls who introduce Howard at the Star Expo of 1943, which was the night before Sebastian Stan or Bucky Barnes moves out for the battle. Even if we review clips of the film, it cannot be said that if Fitzgerald is one of the girls in the background or the one whom Howard Stark saunters on the stage and then lays a big kiss at.

It is evident that calling Mollie a “Marvel Cinematic Universe star” would be a lie. However, it is a fact that even after having a mundane and concise role, her name can be connected with the Marvel Cinematic Universe in every headline just as the one presented above.

Let us know Patricia:

Patricia was about to move back to Kansas after spending the previous several years in Houston, Texas, area. She originally belonged to Missouri. At the University of Missouri, she studied physical therapy, before shifting to Kansas, then Texas, where her husband worked in a law firm, says her elder brother Hunziker, who was 72 years old.

Patricia’s brother Hunziker expressed the grief of the family over the loss in a statement. Though he did not address the truly horrifying fact that this could possibly be a violent and dark case of murder:

“We were shocked,” Hunziker said. “It doesn’t matter the circumstances — the loss of a sister is what it’s all about.”

Source: ComicBook

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