A woman who claimed to be the victim of a brutal late-night attack that left her co-worker murdered in a Lululemon Athletica store in Bethesda, Maryland, last weekend is now being charged with murder, police reported Saturday. Brittany Norwood, 27, was found tied up and beaten next to her co-worker's dead body when another employee came in to open the store. Norwood told police that two masked men burst into the store after hours and raped and beat both women, leaving Murray dead and Norwood tied up. But the Montgomery County Police say that forensic evidence does not match Norwood's story, and say they believe she framed the alleged attack by inflicting wounds on herself. Doctors found no signs that Murray had been raped, and police say they have discovered evidence in her murdered co-worker's car that links Norwood to the crime. Witnesses at a nearby store also allegedly said they heard two women fighting on the night of the murder.