(WPDE) -- The Post and Courier of Charleston is reporting an FBI agent has testified that Brittanee Drexel, who disappeared from Myrtle Beach seven years ago while on spring break, was kidnapped, raped, shot and then her dead body was put into a swamp filled with alligators near McClellanville.
A reporter asked, "Do you know anything about the Brittanee Drexel case?" Taylor responded, "Nothing about that." The reporter asked, "Do you know that name?" Taylor replied, "I see it on TV a lot." The reporter then asked, "Do you have any idea who might have been involved in that?" Taylor responded, "No, I don't." The reporter continued to question Taylor, asking, "Do you have any comment on the charges you face?" Taylor replied, "Nah, not really.
I mean it's not me." The reporter asked, "Why do you say it's not you?" Taylor responded, "Because it's not me." The reporter then followed up by asking, "Why do you think they say it's you?" Taylor ended the conversation there, saying , "I'm not sure, but talk to you later.
I got to go." In June, the FBI held a news conference and said Drexel was taken from Myrtle Beach to the McClellanville area, where she was held for a few days against her will and then was killed.
Drexel went missing from Myrtle Beach on April 25, 2009 and was last seen on surveillance cameras leaving the Blue Water Resort on Ocean Boulevard to go back to the motel where she was staying, but she never made it there.