Julia Roberts to play PTA mom made famous in LA Times story ‘Framed’ (Exclusive)
Oscar winner Julia Roberts is attached to play Kelli Peters, the PTA mom whose story was chronicled in Christopher Goffard’s engrossing L.A. Times serial Framed, in a feature film that is currently being shopped to studios, multiple individuals familiar with the project have told Mashable.
Peters was the subject of Goffard’s six-part mystery series, which centered on a well-respected mother who found her life turned upside down by two parents at her child’s school who wanted revenge for a perceived slight against their own child.
Married lawyers Jill and Kent Easter of Irvine, California planted drugs in Peters’ car and launched a smear campaign to have her ousted from her position as president of the PTA at the Playa Vista School. Their behavior resulted in criminal charges, and Peters was rattled by the experience. Read more…