Often prompted by all-consuming love and uncontrollable jealousy, the murders committed by the teenage duos in Oxygen’s “Snapped: Killer Couples” are some of the most distributing and heartbreaking. While their killings varied from classmates and parents to complete strangers, these teenage couples didn’t let anyone stand in the way of their relationships. Here are the four most shocking murders committed by teenagers in “Snapped: Killer Couples.”
1. Diane Zamora and David Graham
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Diana Zamora and David Graham were only 18 years old when they murdered Adrianne Jones, a 16-year-old sophomore at Zamora’s high school who came between the young couple’s “obsessive” relationship. According to CNN, Graham and Zamora’s 1995 murder of Jones was a way for Graham to prove his love for Zamora, whom he had cheated on by having sex with Jones after a high school track meet.
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The attorney of an Alabama man who was accused of sexual assault by a former University of Alabama student took a full-page out in yesterday’s Tuscaloosa News, claiming that he is innocent and the victim’s text messages prove that any sexual encounter was consensual.
The student, Megan Rondini, killed herself after she told police that T.J. Bunn, 36, raped her at his home. Her parents have since filed a wrongful death lawsuit against Bunn, as well as two university employees and various members of the Tuscaloosa County sheriff’s office for allegedly mishandling the case.
But Bunn’s lawyer, Ivey Gilmore, claimed that Rondini’s text messages showed that his client was innocent of the rape charge.
“To be clear, this case is not a matter of ‘he said, she said,”’ Gilmore wrote. “It is this young woman’s own words, and her own text messages that led every investigating authority to conclude she had not
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The families of two California teens who committed suicide in April are blaming Netflix’s “13 Reasons Why” for influencing their daughters.
The two teens, Bella Herndon and Priscilla Chui, did not know each other but both recently watched the show. They were both 15 and they died four days apart.
“It’s very graphic, especially the two-minute scene where she slits her wrists in a bathtub,” Peter Chui, Priscilla’s uncle, told KTVU about the show. “I feel it’s dangerous for that small percentage of young adults who the show can become a trigger for them and I feel as if the show gives only one alternative for cyber bullying and other teenage issues.”
He said that his niece was struggling with depression told him that she hated school.
Critics of the show have claimed it glamorizes suicide, according to Fox News. The series, produced by Selena Gomez, focuses on a teen and the
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