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ITV's brand new series, Killer Women with Piers Morgan, produced by Plum Pictures, sees Piers Morgan travel through the southern states of Texas and Florida to meet some of America's most notorious female murderers.Piers' journey of discovery is aimed at gaining a full understanding of three complex cases. He ventures behind bars to come face to face with women who have carried out the most unspeakable crimes in a quest to discover what drove these women to kill and investigate the truth behind each case.
Piers travels to Lowell Correctional Institution in Florida to meet Rebecca Fenton, found guilty for the murder of her husband Larry, who was found dead, in a pool of blood in their home. He'd been shot multiple times. Rebecca claims she had no reason to kill Larry but unless she can clear her name, she will remain in prison for the rest of her life.
In this second episode, Piers travels to Homestead Correctional Institution in Florida to meet Amber Wright who, at the age of 15 conspired with a group of friends to murder her ex-boyfriend - an innocent teenage boy who was beaten, shot, and kneecapped before his corpse was burnt and his remains thrown in a quarry.
Described by the investigating detective as the "most dangerous 15 year old" ever encountered, Piers teases from this angelic-faced murderer what made a typical teenage girl conspire to kill Seath Jackson.
Next, Piers travels to meet Seath's parents in Summerfield, Florida, for whom the raging grief still burns at the indescribably cruel loss of their son. Their visceral anger stands in stark contrast to Amber's cool demeanour.
As the film develops it soon emerges that Amber was a central player in the plot to kill Seath. But will Amber take responsibility for her actions? Was this merely an adolescent spat that spiralled into horrific, impulsive violence, or is the striking young woman who sits before Piers actually a cold-hearted killer?
This week Piers Morgan travels to Ocala in Florida to meet Jennifer Mee – once famous across the world as The Hiccup Girl, and now notorious as a murderer serving life in prison without the possibility of Parole. One crucial question drives Piers' investigation into the case: should Jennifer – who was only 19 at the time of the murder, be kept in prison for the rest of her life even though she did not pull the trigger that killed the innocent victim, nor was at the scene when the bullets were fired?
This week, Piers travels to Gadsden Correctional Facility near Tallahassee in Florida.
Here he meets Ashley Humphrey who, as a 20-year-old bride, followed home Sandee Rozzo - a woman she'd never met - and pumped eight bullets into her at close range.
In his interview Piers attempts to understand how Ashley came to commit murder. He uncovers a story of an innocent young woman seemingly held in the sway of her domineering and abusive husband. But, as he drills down into the case, one question emerges: was she really persuaded to kill, or is she in fact, a cold blooded killer who came up with the plan?
Piers Morgan continues his quest to discover what drives some women to kill. Travelling to Bedford Hills Correctional Facility in New York State he meets Sheila Davalloo, convicted for the murder of Anna Lisa Raymundo. In a bizarre twist, Sheila has yet to start the 50-year sentence she was given for this murder. First she has to complete the 25-year sentence she was given for the attempted murder of her husband. The murder may never have been solved had Sheila not decided to play a violent sex game with her husband - a game which involved handcuffs, a blindfold and a knife. Piers discovers that after stabbing her husband twice, Sheila drove him to hospital where she stabbed him a third time - this time nicking his heart. A sex game gone wrong had become attempted murder, and Sheila was arrested. It was only then that a connection was made between Sheila and Anna Lisa, as Anna Lisa's boyfriend was also Sheila's on-off lover.
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