Alex Murdaugh: Love letters flood in for convicted murderer from Jessica Biel 'lookalike' who sold heroin
COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA: There seems no let up in love letters for Alex Murdaugh as one of the recent admirers who has claimed she is a look-alike of Jessica Biel reached out. Despite being convicted of the murder of his wife and son interest for romantic interest in disbarred lawyer has not dampened.
Fox News has collected around 86 emails and letters sent to Marduagh since he was sentenced on March 13 to two life terms in prison. He fatally shot his wife, Maggie, and son Paul in June 2021.
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'I look like a beauty queen contestant'
"I was compared to Jessica Biel yesterday at the gym, what a compliment, she's so athletic and fit!" Katie Marie wrote to the 54-year-old inmate. She added, "I look like a beauty queen contestant," the outlet reported.
Murdaugh was cautioned by Katie Marie to be wary of other ladies who are not honest in their intentions. "If they’re acting like they want you, they’re just hoping you have money OR will put them on the map," cautioned the Boston native, who said she spent 18 months in prison for selling heroin."
'I would bet I’m the hottest one'
However, Katie Marie has got a tough competition as a 36-year-old mother of two from Missouri, Rachel B wrote to Maurduagh and earned him saying "I would bet I’m the hottest one you’ve gotten mail from thus far!"
The station published a few more excerpts from the letters the convicted felon received which were direct. Danielle H wrote to him in an April 13 email, "The thought of Alex Murdaugh consumes me day and night." She even requested a reply even if that would be a little hi. "I think I have become obsessed with you. I don’t care what you’ve done," she told him. "Alex. Can you please respond?…Mr Murdaugh? Just one little hi?"
'I am constantly thinking about you. I cannot stop. I love you!'
The report also mentioned a Las Vegas resident who wrote him over a dozen messages. On April 11, he reportedly wrote, "I am constantly thinking about you. I cannot stop. I love you!!!" In a few more letters previously reported by MEAWW, his admirer Nicolette K wrote Murdaugh on March 12 writing, "I think I love you." The following day the person sent another message, saying, "I swear on my life and on my soul I'll never say a single word to anyone important or not important. I genuinely care for you."
'I'm suspicious that people who are writing know their messages will be sent to the media'
None of Murdaugh's seekers seemed to get responses to their cries for help. His attorney, Jim Griffin, stated that he's not sure if his client has had a chance to read all the notes, "It does appear to me that they have become more romantic, and I'm suspicious that people who are writing know their messages will be sent to the media," he said, suggesting that their motive is fame rather than affection for Murdaugh.