'Love & Death' on HBO Max: Where is Allan Gore, the husband of Betty Gore now?
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA: HBO Max dropped the true-crime series called 'Love & Death,' which revolves around the gruesome murder of Betty Gore. The murderer was none other than her neighbor and friend Candy Montgomery, who was having an affair with Gore's husband at the time.
The limited series stars Lily Rabe as the victim, Gore, and Elizabeth Olsen as the murderer, Montgomery. The limited series is based on the books by John Bloom and Jim Atkinson, 'Evidence of Love: A True Story of Passion' and 'Death in the Suburbs,' as well as several articles published in Texas Monthly about the case. The true-crime drama, created by David E Kelley, will air for the first time on HBO Max.
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Where is Allan Gore?
Allan Gore hit the headlines after the murder of his wife Betty Gore in 1980. His affair with Candy Montgomery led investigators to her home. The two confessed they had ended their relationship. A few months after Montgomery's trial, Gore remarried a woman named Elaine Clift and moved away from Wylie with his and Betty's daughters, Alisa and Bethany. His marriage ended in divorce, and he even lost custody of his daughters because they complained about their father's rude and bad behavior.
Gore keeps in touch with his daughters through social media. They are friends on Facebook. The daughters live with Betty's parents, Bertha and Bob Pomeroy. After his divorce from Clift, he lives in Sarasota, Florida. He is retired and has been living in a domestic partnership since 2016.
Did Allan Gore kill his wife?
Gore became the prime suspect and was arrested after the murder of his wife. He confessed to his infidelity with Montgomery, giving her the obvious motive. Gore was acquitted. He had a solid alibi, as he was away on business in St Paul, Minnesota, at the time of the crime. Montgomery struck Betty Gore 41 times with an ax in self-defense. She was found not guilty and acquitted of murder charges on October 30, 1980.
'Love & Death' will air on HBO Max on April 27.