Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 was likely hijacked so the organs of passengers on board the plane could be harvested, a new conspiracy theory claims. The Boeing 777-200 went missing on March 8, 2014, with 239 people while on its way from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing. 

According to former Fox executive Darlene Tipton, the passengers became victims of an “organ transplant scheme for rich people.” Speaking to the Daily Star on Sunday, Tipton said she intends to make a film about this tragedy, detailing the theory. She claimed she has detail information and video footage in a hard drive that will back her theory, but it cannot be made until the movie is released.

"I can’t give any details at this time. I can say that it shows why MH370 disappeared," Tipton explained.

As Tipton has not provided any evidence to back her theory, International Business Times cannot independently confirm the claims.

Tipton, who reportedly lost her job at Fox for using her company email address to organize a fundraiser for relatives of MH370 passengers, said the victims of this organ harvesting scheme were all Falun Gong practitioners who had their body parts removed as "part of an ‘on demand’ organ transplant scheme for rich people."

"I hope that China arrests Falun Gong practitioners and stop the heinous act of using these prisoners of conscience to facilitate China’s inexcusable and horrendous practice of live organ harvesting," Tipton claimed. 

There were 153 Chinese citizens on board the plane and since it vanished, China has contributed millions in the search operation, which concluded last year.

Australia, Malaysia and China were involved in the multimillion-dollar search for the plane for four years but ended the hunt after no concrete clues were found about the location of the missing plane. Several search vessels scoured a remote part of the southern Indian Ocean, where the plane is believed to have gone down. Earlier this year, Malaysia signed a "no cure, no fee" deal with U.S. company Ocean Infinity to find the plane. However, this search operation was also halted.

Tipton's theory was reportedly rejected by former pilot Edward Baker who said there is no way of knowing what might have happened after the plane lost contact with air traffic controllers four years ago. 

"Wait, the plane has not been found yet and no one knows what happened that night to MH370," he said. "I presume this is a work of fiction? There’s no way of knowing what the passengers and crew did, or did not do.”

An official report by the Malaysian government in July failed to determine the cause of the plane's disappearance and the crash. The 449-page report stated Flight MH370 deviated from its path "not because of anomalies in the mechanical system. The turn back was made not under autopilot but under manual control.” Investigators could not "establish if the aircraft was flown by anyone other than the pilot." However, officials did not rule out the possibility of a hijack.

Since Flight MH370 went missing, several conspiracy theories have emerged but none have been confirmed. Some claimed that Captain Zaharie Ahmad Shah deliberately crashed the jet in the Indian Ocean as part of his "murder-suicide" plan while others said MH370 was shot down by military forces. While some claimed the plane was accidentally shot down during a joint U.S.-Thai military exercise, other theorists blamed North Korea of doing so. Reports also surfaced about the jet entering another Bermuda Triangle, also known as the Devil’s Triangle, located in Asia in the Indian Ocean.