Accused killer Robert Durst confessed to he wants to testify against the real estate scion at his upcoming trial for murdering pal Susan Berman — and expose the cannibal as America’s wealthiest serial killer!
In “Sex and the Serial Killer: My Bizarre Times with Robert Durst,” jewel thief William Steel claims the mad millionaire frequently hung out in his Brooklyn, N.Y., apartment in the ’80s doing drugs, having S&M sex with prostitutes and bragging about murder!
Steel, who is using a pseudonym because of fears for his safety, once pressed the cocaine-fueled sicko about his first wife Kathleen McCormack Durst, 29, who vanished in Westchester County, N.Y., in 1982.
Steel claims the monster admitted that since they were divorcing, he feared Kathleen would snitch about the 1971 disappearance of college coed Lynne Schulze in Vermont and divulge secrets about the Durst family real estate empire.
“He [Durst] did say that he’d been planning to kill her because she was turning over documents that were incriminating to him,” according to Steel.
Steel said Durst brought a suitcase to his home one day, claiming it held Kathleen’s remains. Durst has never been charged in her disappearance, and her body has never been found. When Steel asked him what became of the prostitute who tried to extort money from him in exchange for her silence in Kathleen’s murder, he claims Durst casually replied: “So I tortured her, strangled her and ate her.”
What’s more, shortly before Susan’s murder, Steel met Durst at the Ritz-Carlton near West Palm Beach, Fla., to discuss an assassination plot to shut her up.
“We got to kill Susan,” a shocked Steel recalled Durst telling him. “I love Susan. But I have no choice. I have to kill her because she knows all about my killing.”
Susan, a writer, was found shot dead execution-style in her Los Angeles home on Dec. 24, 2000.
To cover his tracks, Steel claims Durst, now 75, offered him millions to arrange a “Charles Manson–style” murder spree of A-list stars to fool cops into thinking a serial killer offed Susan!
According to Steel, the evil thug’s hit list included Barbra Streisand, Sharon Stone, Janet Jackson, Celine Dion, Meryl Streep and Julia Roberts!
Steel told Radar he never intended to carry out the plan and was just leading Durst on to get information out of him. But years later, Durst dropped another bombshell when Steel asked about Susan.
“She’s not with us anymore,” Durst ghoulishly replied.
When asked if Susan was dead, Durst boasted: “Yeah, when you want something done right you do it yourself.”
Durst eventually fled to Galveston, Texas, where he disguised himself as a woman to avoid detection. There he allegedly confessed to dismembering elderly neighbor Morris Black in 2001, but beat the murder rap by declaring self-defense.
Durst was eventually arrested in New Orleans in March 2015 and hauled back to L.A. to face murder charges in Susan’s death. The trial begins in September.
Durst’s lawyer, Dick DeGuerin, said his client is innocent.
But in a 2015 docuseries, Durst muttered to himself off camera: “You’re caught! … What the hell did I do? Killed them all, of course.”
Steel hopes his book, available on Amazon, will bury Durst.
“He liked to call himself both the modern-day Jack the Ripper and Caligula, the Roman emperor whose murderous sexual deviancy also knew no bounds,” Steel wrote.
@repost Joint Custody Agreement
A 30-year-old woman has been charged with impaired driving after a vehicle transporting a baby and a puppy veered off the road in Georgina and crashed into a tree.
Officers were called to Metro Road near the area of Deer Park Drive around 3 p.m. on Wednesday for reports of a collision.
According to York Regional Police, emergency crews arrived on scene to find a pick-up truck had struck a tree. Dashboard camera footage of first responders arriving at the scene shows the truck partially rolled over at the side of the road.
“There was debris scattered on the roadway, including a stroller,” police said in a news release issued on Thursday. “Officers were advised that the driver of the vehicle, along with her 17-month-old baby and shepherd puppy, were out of the vehicle and luckily uninjured.”
Investigators said that officers smelled alcohol when they spoke with the driver of the vehicle.
The driver was taken into custody and transported to a police station where she blew more than twice the legal limit of alcohol, investigators said.
The baby and the dog were turned over to family members, police said. The Children’s Aid Society was also contacted.
The name of the suspect is not being released in order to protect the identity of the child, police said.
In the news release, police called the collision “another disappointing incident of impaired driving.”
“It continues to frustrate me, and the frontline members of York Regional Police, who respond to these incidents and who witness firsthand the tragedy impaired driving can cause,” said York Regional Police Chief Eric Jolliffe in a statement.
“It is nothing but sheer luck that serious injury or death were avoided in this collision. Despite all our education and enforcement efforts, people continue to choose to consume alcohol and drugs and get behind the wheel of a vehicle. These choices are putting all of our lives at risk.”
@repost Best Family Law Lawyers