The New Jersey woman who narrowly escaped death after her boyfriend's former partner put a hit out on her life says she still lives in fear.
Even after Nicole Faccenda, 45, was jailed in 2013 for 10 years for plotting her death, Jennifer, the girlfriend of Faccenda's ex-boyfriend, Howie, still cannot believe the lengths she was willing to go to.
Faccenda was arrested after a week-long ATF operation, in which she told federal agents posing as hitmen exactly what she wanted.
'Everywhere I go, I have to be worried or concerned that somebody is going to drive me off the road, or somebody is going to come to my door with a silencer, as she said she wanted to,' Jennifer told ABC News' 20/20 exclusively.
'I'm scared every day.'
Incredibly Jennifer and Howie are trying to salvage their relationship after the terrifying revelations.
Nicole Faccenda interaction with the officer was all recorded and makes chilling viewing,
'I've played every scenario through my head a million times. Do I want the car to go off the highway? Do I want someone to just come up and take her out? Do I want me to just go into the house with my silencer and take them all out?' she was recorded telling the agents.
'I wouldn't care if she was in a horrible, horrible, horrible car accident and mangled up,' said the suburban soccer mom.
Jennifer became aware of the heinous plot when she was pulled over by federal agents.
'He shows me the badge, and he says to me, "Jennifer there’s been a hit put on your life." And immediately I said to him, "Nicole Faccenda,"' Jennifer told ABC News. 'And he said, "Yes."'
The agent told her that she was scheduled to die that morning, and that they needed to make it appear as if Faccenda had succeeded.
Terrifying: Faccenda said that if Jennifer's children got in the way, 'Oh well, I'm sorry'
'I never thought that she would go to the extent as she did... to try to find somebody to murder me and my family,' Jennifer told 20/20.
'Every day I live in fear because of her, and that’s not the way I wanted to live. She chose that for me.'
Indeed, Faccenda didn't mince words.
'I want to go to her funeral and spit in the casket. I will be happiest when this woman is dead and buried and six-feet-under,' she told agents, in effect digging her own grave.
She was introduced to a man she thought was a killer in the parking lot of a Mahwah, New Jersey, supermarket, however the man was an undercover officer with the Bureau of Alcohol Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives -- the ATF.
While all there meetings were being secretly recorded, Faccenda was suspicious the man may have been an agent, refusing to explicitly say she wanted the woman dead, saying she has 'watched too many Lifetime movies'.
She used turns of phrase like she 'wants to be dressed in black', referring to a funeral, and wanted the new girlfriend 'gone to the moon'.
However, after a few phone conversations Faccenda inevitably let her guard down, and she soon handed over a $2,000 down payment with the promise of another $18,000 when the woman was dead and she could go to her funeral and 'p--- on her grave'.
She also provided a picture of the intended target, along with her address.
As for her ex-boyfriend, she said she didn't want him killed, but it would be all right for the hit man to shoot him in the foot.
She had less concern for the other woman's children. If they got in the way, she said: 'Oh well, I'm sorry.'
Faccenda was arrested after the week-long ATF operation.
She later pleaded guilty and, in December 2013, was sentenced to 10 years in prison.
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