Alex Murdaugh reserved into South Carolina lockup after Florida arrest: report

Alex Murdaugh was scheduled into a South Carolina detention center on Saturday following his Thursday arrest in Florida

The disgraced South Carolina lawyer was collared following his release from a drug rehab center in Orlando. He got here Saturday at the Alvin S. Glenn Detention Center in Richland, South Carolina, near Columbia, after waiving an extradition hearing in Florida, according to reports.

Murdaugh’s lawyer, Dick Harpootlian, had actually stated Friday that Murdaugh planned to go back to South Carolina willingly, after acknowledging that he will likely deal with jail time.

According to warrants revealed Saturday, Murdaugh was charged with 2 counts of acquiring residential or commercial property by incorrect pretenses in connection with the estate of Gloria Satterfield, a previous maid who operated at Murdaugh’s house up until her death in 2018, Greenville, South Carolina-based FOX Carolina reported.

ALEX MURDAUGH ARRESTED OVER HOUSEKEEPER GLORIA SATTERFIELD INSURANCE SETTLEMENTS

Satterfield fell at the house, striking her head, on Feb. 2, 2018, and after that passed away 24 days later on, the station reported.

Authorities state Murdaugh then dealt with Satterfield relative to assemble a suit versus himself that would enable the survivors to gather an insurance coverage payment, then persuaded the Satterfield household to employ legal representative Cory Fleming to represent them, FOX Carolina reported.

Fleming later on cut a deal to gather $505,000 however Satterfield’s survivors were never ever outlined the cash, the warrants versus Murdaugh state, according to FOX Carolina

Alex Murdaugh.

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Alex Murdaugh.
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The warrants even more declare that Murdaugh opened a savings account with the name “Forge” and advised Fleming to send out cash, in the quantity of $403,000, to that account rather of to Satterfield’s household, the report stated.

The supposed actions by Murdaugh and Fleming rejected Satterfield’s survivors of cash that was owed to them, the warrants state, according to FOX Carolina.

A suit submitted by the late house cleaner’s children declares Murdaugh took an overall of more than $4 million that they think comes from them.

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Separately, Murdaugh has actually declared innocence in the unsolved shooting deaths of his spouse and boy, and is declared to have actually taken part in a plan to have himself fatally shot so that his enduring kid might apparently gather an insurance coverage payment, authorities have actually stated.

Murdaugh appeared in a South Carolina courtroom in September relating to the supposed shooting plot versus himself, prior to his admission into the Florida rehabilitation center.

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