Brittany Havers (Susan Ward), a well-to-do school-girl, is soon to inherit the fortune as her stepfather Niles Dunlap (Anthony John Denison) who died in a private plane crash. Her classmate Maya (Leila Arcieri) suddenly claims to be Dunlap's illegitimate daughter as the result of her mother's extramarital affair. She is asked to submit to a DNA test, which proves she is Dunlap's child.
At her home, Brittany hears a noise on her way to the wine cellar but it turns out to just be rats. Suddenly Maya appears and the girls reaveal they are lovers before being joined by the doctor who performed the DNA test. The trio are in cahoots, running a scam to secure and share part of Brittany's inheritance.
Insurance investigator Terrence Bridge suspects the girls are trying to steal Dunlap's money. After learning the entire affair was planned he demands half the money in return for not informing the police. Brittany refuses to give up any of the money and gets a gun with the intent to kill Bridge to keep him silent but instead kills Maya. She tells Bridge that he has to earn it.
When they stop at a traffic light, she gets out of the car, revealing that she had set him up and sending Bridge to jail. Later, Brittany runs away with the very much alive Niles, who faked his death to claim his own life insurance money. While flying over the South Pacific, Brittany pushes him out of the plane. She parachutes into the ocean where her mother is waiting for her.
It is revealed that Brittany and her mother orchestrated everything, including the deaths of Brittany's co-conspirators, to steal Niles' fortune, and they relax in the sun on a tropical island. Brittney comes down the stairs of their villa overlooking the ocean with two drinks and hands one to her mother. Her mother takes a drink and remarks that the drink is strong. Brittney replies "They do make them strong here, don't they?" with a smile.
Wild Things 2 is the second installment in the Wild Things series. Released straight-to-video in 2004, it stars Susan Ward, Leila Arcieri, Isaiah Washington, Michael Chieffo, and Linden Ashby.