She was first charged in 2016 with criminal solicitation after asking a contractor who worked for her if he would murder her ex-husband, who had millions in life insurance in which she was still the beneficiary, according to KSL.
After giving the man $5,000, which he spent on his family and not hiring a hitman, Gillman told him she was hiring someone else, according to the Salt Lake Tribune. That's when he went to police and Gillman was arrested.
While Gillman was in jail, she attempted to hire another inmate to kill the first hitman. That case was eventually dismissed, according to KSL.
Gillman was charged with two counts of criminal solicitation and two counts of obstructing justice, according to KSL.
Bail was set at $2.5 million.