A few days since two deceased bodies were found in Real Housewives of New Jersey star Kim DePaola's Audi, police have finally identified the victims.
According to the Passaic County Prosecutor's Office, 27-year-old Aaron Anderson and 25-year-old Antonio Vega Jr. were discovered in the burning vehicle after being shot.
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Reportedly, their bodies were so badly burned investigators couldn't immediately determine their race or sex.
As we previously reported, the reality TV starlet's son Chris Camiscioli was the one who regularly used the car, but had apparently asked Aaron to drop him off at the airport and then drop the car off at the house.
Anderson's mom Michele Ryerson spoke to CBS New York, telling the outlet she had a feeling her son was one of the victims:
Melissa George is bravely opening up about the violent domestic abuse she allegedly suffered at the hands of her partner and father of their two children Jean-David Blanc.
As we previously reported, the Heartbeat actress was hospitalized in September after showing up to a Paris police station with injuries to her face.
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In a new interview with Australia's Sunday Night show, the momma-of-two detailed the horrifying night:
This is pretty scary stuff.
Real Housewives Of New Jersey star Kim DePaola's car is now the focal point of a double murder investigation in New Jersey, after cops found two badly burned bodies in the car on Friday.
Both victims had been shot in the head, too, in what's being termed as an "execution style" killing.
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The backstory goes something like this, per TMZ: DePaola's son Chris was the one who regularly drove the car. Last Wednesday, two days before
Don't do the crime if you can't do the time!
As we reported in 2015, former Power Rangers star Ricardo Medina Jr. was arrested for fatally stabbing his roommate — Josh Sutter — WITH A SWORD!
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According to prosecutors, the two got into an argument about Medina's girlfriend, and it eventually escalated into a deadly attack.
Fast forward to Thursday, the actor pled guilty to voluntary manslaughter in a Lancaster, CA courtroom and faces up to six years in prison.
Although the 38-year-old was originally arrested on suspicion of murder, Medina avoided that charge which carries a sentence of 26 years to life in jail.
He will receive his punishment on March 30.
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