LONG BEACH, Calif. (AP) - The woman accused of masterminding a scheme to kidnap infants and pass them off as her own claimed online to be a successful business coach and professional speaker who had written a book and helped multinational corporations improve their operations.

LONG BEACH, Calif. (AP) The woman accused of masterminding a scheme to kidnap infants and pass them off as her own claimed online to be a successful business coach and professional speaker who had written a book and helped multinational corporations improve their operations.

Long Beach police say 47-year-old Giseleangelique Rene D'Milian tried to cover up a lie she told her boyfriend about giving birth to his twins with the plot.

Police arrested D'Milian and three accomplices Wednesday, saying the scheme led to 3-week-old Eliza Delacruz's death in January, the shootings of three of the baby girl's family members and an assault last month on a 23-year-old mother who was targeted for her 4-month-old son.

A photo on D'Milian's Twitter account background says, "Twins with the man I absolutely love!!!" with emoticons blowing kisses.