Cops launch investigation into the 2018 ‘trip-and-fall’ death of Alex Murdaugh’s housekeeper


BREAKING NEWS: Cops launch investigation into the 2018 ‘trip-and-fall’ death of Alex Murdaugh’s housekeeper – one day after it emerges the legal scion paid a hitman to kill him following the murder of his wife and son










Police have launched an investigation into the 2018 ‘trip-and-fall’ death of Alex Murdaugh’s housekeeper – one day after investigators said the legal scion had paid a hitman to kill him following the double murder of his wife and son.

The South Carolina Law Enforcement Division (SLED) announced Wednesday it is now investigating the death of Gloria Satterfield and the handling of her estate.

Satterfield, 57, was the Murdaugh housekeeper for around 25 years when she suffered a fatal brain injury following a mystery fall. She died on February 26 2018.

Murdaugh settled a wrongful death claim with her family that year. 

The investigation marks the latest twist in the Murdaugh family saga which began when Murdaugh’s wife Maggie and son Paul were shot dead back at the family hunting lodge on June 7. 

Three months on, their deaths remain a mystery with no arrests made and no suspects or persons of interest named.  

The South Carolina Law Enforcement Division (SLED) announced Wednesday a probe into the death of Gloria Satterfield (pictured) and the handling of her estate

The South Carolina Law Enforcement Division (SLED) announced Wednesday a probe into the death of Gloria Satterfield (pictured) and the handling of her estate 

Buster, Margaret 'Maggie', Paul and Richard Alex 'Alec' Murdaugh (left to right)

Buster, Margaret ‘Maggie’, Paul and Richard Alex ‘Alec’ Murdaugh (left to right)

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