Rena Mundo Croshere grew up in 1980s America, but knew nothing of money, makeup, or Madonna.
Our ragtag, low-budget location-scout group included Tate, co-producer Sonya Lunsford, Mark, Rena, and me.
Those accused included two Britons working for Al Jazeera—Dominic Kane and Sue Turton—and a Dutch reporter, Rena Netjes.
Her biological mother, Rena Caudle, has blamed her for other home invasions.
Just before heading out into the Hollywood night, I strike up a conversation with New Zealand actress Rena Owen.
Near the close of the fifth day after his return he and Rena were standing together at the gate in front of the house.
"I have never been in London in my life," Rena answered simply.
I have washed her, and dressed her in some of Rena's clothes.
Rena stood high on the carriage-house steps and held the lantern.
Rena and Ed were engaged, and under the impression that it was a secret, and a place was being made for Ed in the bank.