Cliff Dixon, Erica Mena’s ex and a close childhood friend of NBA superstar Kevin Durant, was shot and killed while celebrating his 32nd birthday in Atlanta. News of Cliff Dixon murdered resonated across the worlds of hip hop, basketball, and reality TV, though police are still trying to figure out who killed Dixon — and why.
LHHATL star Tommie is facing the most serious legal threat of her life. Following allegations of child abuse at an unidentified minor’s middle school, Tommie could be spending more time behind bars than the combined sentences of all the other Love & Hip Hop stars who’ve been in prison.
Love & Hip Hop New York Season 9 newbie Maino has, without a doubt, one of the most interesting histories of anyone who’s ever appeared on the show. The Brooklyn rapper used to be all about that life, until a 10-year prison sentence turned him on to the power of freestyle rap. Ever since his release, Maino has been all about his own hustle; now, he and his girlfriend (and fellow LHHNY cast mate) Maggie Carrie are ready for the spotlight on their biggest stage yet.
One of the most harrowing traumas the true crime documentary A Murder In Mansfield reveals is the toll Noreen Boyle’s murder took on her family. The film doesn’t reveal the fate of Collier Landry’s sister Elizabeth (or that of his unnamed half-sister), but when we spoke with Collier he explained his current relationship with both women.
‘It was completely cathartic’: Collier Landry on ‘A Murder in Mansfield’ and overcoming the trauma of his mother’s murder
When Collier Landry was eleven years old, his father, Jack Boyle, murdered Collier’s mother Noreen in the middle of the night and hid her body from police for a month. After Jack was convicted, Collier resolved to “do something positive” with the tragedy. A Murder in Mansfield, the resulting documentary film, explores the necessary difficulty of working through trauma. Collier spoke with us about the filmmaking process, his extended (and estranged) family, and the importance of letting go.
A Murder in Mansfield, from Academy Award-winning director Barbara Kopple and filmmaker Collier Landry, is the story of the murder that shook Collier’s life apart when he was just twelve years old. For the past 28 years, Collier has been almost completely cut off from his two siblings: his sister by adoption, who was three years old at the time of the murder; and his half-sister, born of his father’s mistress the following year.
Tonight’s Dateline episode looks at the mysterious deaths of 6-year-old Max Shacknai and 32-year-old Rebecca Zahau, who died within days of each other in 2011 at a California beachside mansion.
It took a lot longer than the show’s fans would have liked, but we’ve now gotten official word that Murder Chose Me has been renewed! The Investigation Discovery hit will be back for a third season of long, hard looks at the grisly case file of Detective Rod Demery — keep reading to find out when filming began, and when we should expect to see Murder Chose Me Season 3 on the air.