The family of the suspected Gilgo Beach serial killer has reportedly made a deal with Peacock worth $1 million to make a documentary series.
Two independent sources told NewsNation that the suspect’s wife and family will receive $1 million for participating in the project, which will follow their lives as they cope with the upcoming trial and how it has uprooted their lives.
The suspect, who The Daily Wire is not naming, was arrested on July 13 for the murder of three women whose bodies were found on Gilgo Beach in Long Island, New York, in 2010. Six days after his arrest, his wife filed for divorce.
She will now begin attending each of his court appearances to see the evidence against her husband, ABC News reported. The estranged