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Alex Murdaugh Slams Court Clerk Over "Shocking" Comments in Netflix Murder Documentary


Alex Murdaugh's team is speaking out against a court official who appeared in a Netflix series about his murder case.

Six months after Murdaugh received two life-in-prison sentences for murdering his wife Maggie and son Paul, his attorney called out Colleton County clerk of court Rebecca Hill over allegations she made in season two of Murdaugh Murders: A Southern Scandal, which dropped on Netflix Sept. 20.

"I had a feeling from our time together with the jury out at Moselle that it was not going to take our jury long to make the decision in this case," Hill said in the series. "It's just called that women's intuition."

Hill—who released the book Behind the Doors of Justice: The Murdaugh Murders in July based on her experience in the courtroom—further alleged that she believes Murdaugh, who had been a prominent South Carolina lawyer, received help after killing his wife and son on their Moselle estate in South Carolina in 2021.

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