A man accused in the killing of a Palm Springs retiree plans to call several well known people to the stand, including Zsa Zsa Gabor.
Twenty-seven-year old Daniel Garcia is representing himself in a trial charging him with first-degree murder.
The charge stems from the December 2008 death of Clifford Lambert.
Garcia is charged with four other men, who are accused of forging power of attorney documents to empty the 74-year-old victim’s bank accounts and sell his million-dollar home.
In court Monday, Garcia said he wanted Gabor as a witness in his defense because of her friendship with Lambert.
Gabor, 93, is recovering from a broken hip and hip replacement surgery.
The witness list also includes Massachusetts Representative Barney Frank and Jacqueline Stone, mother of Hollywood director Oliver Stone.
Garcia and his co-defendants are due in court Friday when a trial date is expected to be set.