Last autumn, Ryan Murphy faced backlash over his Netflix series, Dahmer – Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story. Despite the controversy, the show was one of the biggest original shows in Netflix history, and the streamer ordered two more seasons. Today, Variety reported that the second season will focus on Lyle and Erik Menéndez, aka the Menéndez brothers. Those two killed their parents, José and Kitty Menéndez, in 1989 and received life in prison without parole. Hey, it’s a smart move. To avoid pissing off the victims’ families this time around, pick victims whose family members are the actual murderers.
The Author Of An Essay Titled “How To Murder Your Husband” Was Found Guilty Of Murdering Her Husband
Giving big O.J. Simpson If I Did it: Confessions of the Killer evil energy but in the reverse order, an author who first wrote an essay giving hot tips on the best way to take out your husband was then found guilty of—wait for it—murdering her husband. Yesterday morning in Oregon, a jury found 71-year-old self-published romance novelist Nancy Crampton Brophy guilty of the June 2018 fatal shooting of her husband, chef, and culinary instructor Dan Brophy, according to People.
The Tiger King docu-series on Netflix turned animal-trainer/criminal/homosexual anomaly of style/one-time HSOTD Joe Exotic into a star, but it also kicked up some dirt for central figure Carole Baskin. Joe is currently in prison for trying to have Carole killed over her big cat rescue efforts. Joe Exotic ran an animal park and Carole tried to get it shut down. So he tried paying an undercover FBI agent to kill her and got caught and convicted. From prison, Joe filed a $94 million lawsuit against the government for unjust persecution. Well, Joe isn’t the only one who thinks he’s being unjustly persecuted. Carole thinks she’s being unjustly persecuted by people who saw Tiger King and believe she killed her millionaire husband and fed him to her tigers. And while she may or may not have fed her husband to her tigers, she should feed that top to them.
I knew it was only a matter of time until one of those Popeyes chicken sandwiches led to a death. I just thought it would be from clogged arteries and didn’t think it would get to the place where someone got killed over such chicken fried stupidity. How naive of me, I know. A man has been stabbed dead over a Popeyes chicken sandwich. Really people? It’s a $3.99 sandwich! Someone will likely go to jail now! Worth it? Apparently, I’ve heard that sandwich is delicious.
Ashton Kutcher Testified At The Trial Of An Alleged Serial Killer Who Is Accused Of Murdering His Girlfriend
Even though he looks like he’s playing a sleazy 1980s cop who’s about to have a prosecutor dramatically accuse him of giving false testimony, stealing cocaine out of the evidence locker, and harassing a witness, Ashton Kutcher is actually in court today giving testimony in a murder trial. According to CBS LA, on Feb. 21, 2001, Ashton’s then girlfriend Ashley Ellerin was stabbed 47 times, allegedly murdered by a serial killer dubbed the “Hollywood Ripper”.
About three and a half years ago, Lamar Odom nearly waltzed with the Grim Reaper for a second time (the first was when he danced with Pimp Mama Kris at his wedding to Khloe Kartrashian), when he overdosed on the bad shit at The Love Ranch (aka The BunnyRanch Two) in Nevada. Up until now, we all thought that Lamar knowingly filled his body with all sorts of mind, soul, and organ-numbing stuff, which led to his almost appointment with death. But Lamar is now saying that he never took drugs that night and believes that brothel owner Dennis Hof, who died last year of a heart attack before his ghost won a state assembly seat in Nevada, tried to kill him by poisoning him. Lamar must’ve successfully completed Detective La Toya’s GETTING TO THE BOTTOM OF EVERYTHING™ online course, because he’s confident he’s going to find the truth!