The woman accused of killing celebrity real estate agent and punk rock pioneer Linda Stein is due in a New York court today as new questions are raised about the case.
Stein's personal assistant, Natavia Lowery, is being held without bail on a murder charge.
Lowery's lawyer says a medical examiner's report found male DNA mixed with Stein's blood in a bathroom sink.
Attorney Ron Kuby suggests the male DNA came from Stein's killer, and that he's still at large. He says the man likely left the DNA while cleaning up after the killing.
Stein was once a co-manager of the influential punk band the Ramones. She later became a real estate agent whose clients included Sting, Steven Spielberg and other show business figures.