Mandi was at Mulrenin's apartment for two hours. Her boyfriend Love did not show up until the last five minutes. Police wrote in a report that they were coordinating over the phone for Love to come in and rob Mulrenin. When it turned out Love did not even have a phone, and Mandi had not been in communication with anybody but Mulrenin all night, police had a problem faking a robbery plan. So they changed the timestamps on the video to show Love arriving at the same time as Mandi.
Police then noticed there were some dog walkers in the video who would know it was much later than claimed, including the dog walker who swiped the door open to let Love in the building. So police hid that video, and gave the defense some new video with no dog walkers or timestamps. Two years later when the video looked suspicious, they made some new video with new timestamps, and one of the dog walkers. Seminole County prosecutors supervised police to lie at trial and say the video with fake timestamps was the timestamps they recorded off the apartment surveillance system two years earlier.
Police found some bloody surgical gloves in Mulrenin's apartment which he apparently tore off his hands hastily, after trying to make a field dressing for his wound. Police hid those gloves, and coached their witnesses to lie that they heard a gunshot and Mulrenin was shot while fleeing. A man shot while he runs over a balcony, does not have time to bleed on gloves before he goes over. They then took DNA off some other gloves, and straight told a ridiculous lie at trial that there were gloves with Love's DNA on the inside and Mulrenin's blood on the outside.
Police also staged photographs of a fake bullet hole in the sofa. They then destroyed the sofa, to hide that Mulrenin sat and bled before he went over, and also hide Mandi's blood from having sex on the sofa on her period. Police tampered the bullet evidence so bad, they replaced the "burglary of a dwelling with a firearm" charge with "robbery no firearm or weapon" for which Mandi is now serving life without parole from age 21.
A fellow stripper Neisha Cintron made friends with Mandi, and almost blew up the whole thing. She loaned Mandi a green thong bottom because Mandi was on her period. She smoked weed with Mandi. She saw Mulrenin kissing Mandi, and learned that they were friends. She saw Mulrenin tell Mandi to change dresses twice. The last thing Mandi did after closing, was buy a new dress from Neisha to wear the next day, because manager Mulrenin did not like the two dresses she already had. Upon learning Neisha would not be there the next day, Mandi gave Neisha her real name and phone number to stay in touch.
Mandi also applied two nights, and used not only her real name, but her father's real name and phone number as an emergency contact on both applications. None of this fits with a plan to rob the manager. But police and prosecutors coached Cintron and Mellinger and many other witnesses at Dollhouse and Stars and Rachel's North to hide all this, and hide that Mandi was at the strip clubs on previous nights, and hide that people knew her, and hide that what she was involved in was not robbing anyone.
They hid everything that Mandi did, and the truth about what happened those nights, to hide the money laundering and drug crime high up in the Seminole County Republican Party. Mandi's lawyers, the police, elected State Attorney Phil Archer, even the Governor of Florida Ron DeSantis know police faked this evidence and this robbery. But it reaches too high up in the Republican Party for anyone to ever say anything, so all you will get is omerta. Even Orlando Sentinel night and crime editor Dave Harris was friends with Mulrenin, and is a party to the coverup to this day.