Paul Murdaugh shot and killed “another drunk self called Timmy” with his mother after being accused of a teenager’s 2019 homicide
PAUL Murdaugh was shot with his mother after being accused of killing a teenager in 2019. He allegedly had a drunk other self named “Timi”.
According to reports, a friend said that 22-year-old Murdor behaved so differently when he was drunk, and the friends decided to give him a different name.
These allegations are part of court testimony in a civil lawsuit against Murdo, who is awaiting trial for his role in the death of 19-year-old Mallory Beach in 2019.
Before the accident that killed the beach, Murdo was accused of being affected while driving a boat.
The news came:
temperament, Acquired by “Daily Mail”, Including Beech’s boyfriend Anthony Cook’s statement about Murdo’s drunken personality.
“This is a different name because he has become a completely different person,” Cook reportedly said.
“So, someone will say,’Okay. Timmy is here. We have to go.'”
According to reports, Cook said that Murdo had been drinking on the night of the crash and began to undress after the argument.
“During an argument, he started to undress and it was 40 degrees outside,” he said.
“I’ve seen him do it a few times [he gets drunk]. I don’t know why he did this. “
Murdo and his mother Margaret, 52 years old, Was found shot dead On Monday at the family property in Allenton, South Carolina.
source Tell island pack The son is the obvious target.
The Murdo family actively participates in local laws.
Paul’s father, Alex, worked at the Peters, Murdaugh, Parker, Elzroth and Detrick law firm founded by Randolph Murdaugh more than 100 years ago.
81-year-old Randolph Murdo III died just three days after Paul and Margaret were killed. The news of his death was confirmed by the law firm.
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The police said that after Paul and Margaret were killed, the public did not continue to receive threats, but did not provide much information about the case.
The police confirmed to The Sun on Saturday that the investigation is ongoing and it is currently unable to comment.
As of Sunday night, no one has been arrested.