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A woman has been shot dead and two others seriously wounded after a gun fight broke out at a party in a Hollywood mega-mansion owned by Australian soap star turned property mogul Susan Hannaford.
The woman, 35, was rushed to hospital after being struck by bullets when broke out at the Mulholland Drive mega mansion in the early hours of Tuesday morning.
Initial reports from partygoers said hundreds of revellers had gathered at the sprawling property to celebrate an unidentified football star making the NFL draft.
However, police sources told TMZ they believe the party was hosted by the notorious LA gang 8-Tray Gangster Crips and that there were no NFL players in attendance.
Hannaford, who rose to fame after appearing as Kitty Sullivan in the 1970s Australian TV series ‘The Sullivans’, owns the $9million, 14-bedroom Beverly Crest mansion.
The former soap star has built a huge property empire in the United States since leaving Australia, with luxury properties in California and Nevada.
A 35-year-old woman was killed in a Hollywood mansion owned by Susan Hannaford (pictured) on Tuesday
A female and male partygoer were seen scuffling as she shouted ‘that’s my brother’
It was reported that the home (pictured) had been rented by several NFL players for a party when the shooting occurred
Daily Mail Australia is not suggesting Hannaford was present at the property or had any involvement in the party or shooting.
The mass shooting took place at around 1.15am at the huge short-term rental property in the affluent LA neighborhood of West Mulholland Drive.
Chris Ramirez said at a news briefing Tuesday morning that cops were called to the scene to find two women and a man with gunshot wounds.
They were rushed to hospital with one patient in grave condition and two in a critical condition.
The Los Angeles Police Department confirmed one woman later died in hospital.
The two other victims were said to be in a stable condition by around 8 a.m. Tuesday.
The male victim is in his 30s and the second woman in her 40s, CBS reported.
A fourth victim – a woman – suffered a wrist injury while trying to flee the scene, while another man checked himself into a local hospital but was later released.
Ramirez said the incident is being treated as gang-related.
No suspects have yet been identified or arrested, he added.
Susan Hannaford is known to many Australians as Kitty from iconic TV series The Sullivans in the 70s.
She disappeared from the spotlight when the series ended
Hannaford played Kitty (pictured far right) in Australian drama ‘The Sullivans’ from 1976 to 1983
A security guard working at the lavish party said it was thrown for an NFL player
Leggett, security manager for the event at the rented mansion, told CBS the lavish party was thrown to celebrate a football player being recently drafted to an NFL team.