Convicted Killer Alex Murdaugh Indicted After Allegedly Stealing Millions From Deceased Housekeeper’s Family

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Convicted killer Alex Murdaugh was indicted after being accused of stealing millions from a deceased housekeeper’s family.

Alex Murdaugh and Gloria Satterfield
Convicted killer Alex Murdaugh was indicted after being accused of stealing millions from a deceased housekeeper’s family. (Photo: Daily Mail)

Convicted Killer Alex Murdaugh Accused of Stealing Millions from Deceased Housekeeper’s Family Through Several Fraud Schemes

Following his conviction of killing his wife and son, convicted killer Alex Murdaugh was accused of stealing millions from the family of Gloria Satterfield, their former housekeeper, who was found dead inside their home.

The 54-year-old convicted killer allegedly was involved in different fraud schemes that allowed them to get millions and several properties from various clients, which Murdaugh used to steal money from their deceased housekeeper’s family.

During the investigation, authorities discovered that the convicted killer obtained millions of funds from his clients, including the housekeeper’s family, through wire and bank fraud, People reported.

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Convicted Killer Alex Murdaugh Faces Multiple Charges for Stealing Millions from Clients

The convicted killer stole millions from his clients through false transactions, including transferring funds and insurance supposed to be received by the beneficiaries into his personal account with the help of his accomplice.

After being named the suspect in the fraud case, the convicted killer faced multiple charges, including bank and wire fraud and money laundering and was held at a correctional facility.

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