Meet Jennifer Pan, a woman with Asian roots residing in Canada who hired two men to kill her parents –who submitted her to years of feeling like she was trapped –four years ago.
Jennifer born in 1987, is the first child of Canadian Immigrants Bich Ha and Huei Hann Pan. Her parents married in Toronto and lived in Scarborough, she has a brother by the name of Felix who was born in 1990.
Jennifer and her brother were submitted to years of strict rules by her parents who believed in hard work and wanted the same for their children.
According to recent reports a child hood friend of Pan, Karen K. Ho has revealed in a tell-all-memoir what her friend went through growing up with her parents.
Jennifer seamed like the dream child, she was enrolled in many extracurricular activities including piano lessons and swimming but partying and dating were forbidden at her home.
Pan had a 10-month-long trial in which it was discovered she and her then boyfriend Daniel Wong plot to kill her parents after they discovered her secret life.
That secret life included Jennifer covering up for her grades and her feeling of inadequacy.
She allegedly went as afar as faking a scholarship and pretended to go to college for a degree in pharmacology.
Reports say on November 8, 2010, gunmen entered the house through an unlocked door, killed her mother and seriously wounded her father –shooting him twice, once in the face and another in his shoulder and who miraculously survived.
At first she told police her parents had been the victims of a home invasion but by 2011 she was facing murder charges.
She was sentenced to life in prison with no parole for 25 years for first-degree murder and life for attempted murder.
The Toronto Sun reports that Pan spent years lying about her relationship with Wong and even lied to her parents about attending a university–to which her father paid tuition–in order to be with him
Jennifer in an attempt to cut lose form her parents was actually living with her boyfriend in a close town, but once her father caught her he ordered her to go back home.
She ended up paying $10.000 to Lenford Crawford and David Mylvaganam to carry along the plan she had designed with her boyfriend.