Selena Quintanilla fans have been on a wild, emotional rollercoaster since her murder on March 31, 1995. Though the 1997 "Selena" movie tells the heartbreaking story of her death, new details have been brought to light since, such as Yolanda Saldívar's murder confession and the shocking secret about Selena's death.
A soon-to-air documentary will reveal even more details – including the horrifying moments that led to Saldívar brutally shooting Quintanilla.
"Murder Me Famous: Yolanda Saldívar," produced by Reelz Channel, will air on December 9 and show the other side of the story that the "Selena" movie doesn't tell.
The documentary will detail what motivated Saldívar, Selena's fan club president, to kill her.
In an exclusive sneak peek, we see the Quintanilla family (specifically Abraham and Suzette) confronting Saldívar about stolen money and embezzlement.
In the "meeting" between the Quintanillas and Ms. Saldívar, they ask her about money missing from the business.
"I'm trying to make things work," Saldívar says in the reenactment.
Then, Saldívar tries to appeal to Selena by saying the business is hers, not the entire family's.
The singer sits quietly by as her family handled the confrontation, but she ultimately knew that Saldívar was lying about the situation.
"Mr. Quintanilla had been doing a little investigation on his own, and found out that there was some money missing, not just from the fan club, but also from the boutiques. There was money missing everywhere," another reporter explains in the clip.
Abraham presents the hard evidence to Saldívar and demands an explanation.
"There's just so much that's unaccounted for," the Selena impersonator says.
Hardcore Selena fans may recognize the actress who plays the singer in the documentary. It's 27-year-old Amanda Solis, who has dedicated her life to honoring the Queen of Tejano.
After the meeting, it's clear the Quintainlla family would press charges and fire Saldívar – which immediately prompts the fan club president to purchase a gun and handle the situation on her own terms.
In October, Saldívar confessed that her plan was to stage a robbery gone wrong. She reportedly wanted to avoid jail time and pay back the $200,000 she owed the family, but her "obsession" with the late singer took over instead.
"Yolanda feels the target of her obsession is slipping from her grasp," the documentary says. "And if she can't have Selena, no one can."