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Michael Jackson's tragic final moments with Dr. Conrad Murray. Brooke Mueller and Charlie Sheen's Aspen altercation. Suge Knight's deadly hit and run, and Paula Abdul's romantic night gone wrong.

Packed with behind the scenes access, red carpets and celebrities, Celebrity Page brings you the inside scoop on the world of entertainment. From the best of film, music, TV and fashion to the latest celebrity weddings, babies, hook-ups or break-ups, Celebrity Page is the place to get up close and personal with your favorite stars.

On this episode of Beverly Hills Pawn, Yossi and Aria get a face-to-fin look at a unique shark movie prop… from Sharknado! Then, a long-time customer offers Yossi and Cory the chance to buy a very special baseball – signed by Joe DiMaggio and Marilyn Monroe! And finally, Yossi and Dominique have to convince a very indecisive client to sell them a dazzling sapphire and diamond jewelry suite – will they seal the deal, or leave empty handed?

Highly publicized arrests and legal indiscretions have become Hollywood’s new obsession – with everyone eager to judge the scandals from the sidelines. As technology has evolved, the media encroaches on stars’ private lives more than ever before. Mug shots, trials, and dirty laundry are paraded before the public – creating a celebrity’s worst nightmare.

When death occurs in Hollywood – scandal is sure to follow. Whether it’s an on-set accident, suspicious events, or unfortunate personal tragedy, there is nothing that’s out-of-bounds for the media. Hollywood’s most ominous chapters prove that the town isn’t all glitz and glamour, and that the darker side of success is always lurking around the corner.

When the bodies of Playboy centerfold Dorothy Stratten and her husband are found dead in their LA home, Homicide Detective Richard DeAnda is drawn into a dark case of underworld hit men and Hollywood heavyweights.

The “Playmate Killer,” Paul Snider, was the ex-husband of Playboy Model Dorothy Stratten. Snider was one of the creators of Chippendales, the male strip club chain, but he is most remembered as the killer of Stratten. Their marriage lasted barely a year. When Stratten developed a romantic relationship with acclaimed film director Peter Bogdanovich, Snider’s jealousy led to murder-suicide. Stratten was killed by Snider in the Los Angeles apartment they had once shared. On the same day, Snider killed himself. Police believe he raped Stratten and sexually abused her corpse as his last twisted obsession of the Playmate of 1980.

The 1989 slaughter of Hollywood media mogul Jose Menendez and his wife becomes a national media event when the couple’s two privileged young sons confess to the murder.

The horrific crimes of charismatic law student Ted Bundy - who killed at least 36 young women - grip the nation in the 1970s and give birth to the term “serial killer.”

In the span of only two years, Richard Ramirez became known as the “Night Stalker” for breaking into the homes of over 13 people in Los Angeles and viciously raping, torturing and often times, performing Satanic rituals on many of his victims as he brutally murdered them. During his trial, the courtroom famously included female fans of the serial killer. In 1989, Ramirez received 19 death sentences and died 23 years later from sickness while on death row.

With estimates that run as high as 130 murders, Rodney Alcala’s ruthless spree of murder, rape, and sexual assault throughout the 1970’s has been widely compared to that of Ted Bundy’s. During this time, Alcala took sexually explicit photos of hundreds of young men and women as a self-proclaimed professional photographer. Alcala was a contestant on the TV show, The Dating Game in 1978 - despite being a convicted rapist, registered sex offender, and being investigated for multiple murders. After two mistrials, Alcala was sentenced to death in 2010 and 120 of his horrific photographs were later released by police to identify any additional victims.

From All-American to convicted murderer, Aaron Hernandez’ early career success as tight end for the New England Patriots was shockingly overshadowed by his violent life as a killer. Hernandez’ temper seemed to get the best of him in situations, and he was charged with the first-degree murder of friend Odin Lloyd and also indicted in connection with two drive-by murders in 2012. Without the possibility of parole on his life sentence, Hernandez ultimately saw no way out from it all and tragically took his own life in prison in 2017.

The partially clothed body of pretty, 18-year-old Jennifer Levin is discovered on the Upper East Side of Manhattan’s Central Park. The chief suspect is handsome 19-year-old Robert Chambers, who claims Jennifer wanted “rough sex” and blames her for her own death. The sensational 1986 tabloid story of affluent teens from New York City’s private prep schools becomes known as the “preppie murder.” And even the jury doesn’t believe Chambers is a cold-blooded killer.

“The Hillside Strangler,” Kenneth Bianchi, was a serial killer that terrorized Los Angeles between October 1977 and February 1978. But what cops didn’t know was that he had a killing accomplice – his own cousin! During this time, Kenneth and his cousin Anthony went on a spree of kidnappings, rapes, and murders in the area and claimed the lives of 10 innocent people. Because the bodies of the victims were usually found on hillsides, the infamous “Hillside Strangler” name was born. When Kenneth was caught in 1979, he ratted out Anthony, and both cousins were sentenced to life in prison.

The “Craigslist Killer” also known as Philip Markoff, was 23 when he was preparing for a promising future as a doctor and a life of happiness with his fiancée, Megan McAllister. He seemed destined for greatness as one of Boston University’s brightest med students, but Markoff had a dirty little secret. He would set up appointments with women offering erotic services on Craigslist to rob them, and one encounter ended in murder. His unsuspecting fiancée stood by his side until the evidence was too overwhelming. Markoff took his own life in jail by cutting critical arteries that he studied in anatomy class.

Charles Manson: The Funeral tracks the journey of Jason Freeman, Charles Manson’s grandson as he attempts to recover the remains of his grandfather after Manon’s death, so he can give him a proper funeral. On the journey, we look back at Jason’s relationship with Manson and the evolution of his thinking about his grandfather. We also see his encounters with supporters of Manson, whose opinion on the infamous murderer contrast with the wider public, as well as a former member of the Manson family who gives unique insight into one of the most notorious killers of the 20th century.

Richard Beasley’s daughter Tonya knows that her father has a shady past. When he embraces religion, she believes he’s turned over a new leaf. But when his sinister plot turns into a murder spree, Tonya is devastated to learn that her unwitting assistance has been used in the worst way.

Charles Manson: The Funeral tracks the journey of Jason Freeman, Charles Manson’s grandson as he attempts to recover the remains of his grandfather after Manon’s death, so he can give him a proper funeral. On the journey, we look back at Jason’s relationship with Manson and the evolution of his thinking about his grandfather. We also see his encounters with supporters of Manson, whose opinion on the infamous murderer contrast with the wider public, as well as a former member of the Manson family who gives unique insight into one of the most notorious killers of the 20th century.

Richard Beasley’s daughter Tonya knows that her father has a shady past. When he embraces religion, she believes he’s turned over a new leaf. But when his sinister plot turns into a murder spree, Tonya is devastated to learn that her unwitting assistance has been used in the worst way.

“The Hillside Strangler,” Kenneth Bianchi, was a serial killer that terrorized Los Angeles between October 1977 and February 1978. But what cops didn’t know was that he had a killing accomplice – his own cousin! During this time, Kenneth and his cousin Anthony went on a spree of kidnappings, rapes, and murders in the area and claimed the lives of 10 innocent people. Because the bodies of the victims were usually found on hillsides, the infamous “Hillside Strangler” name was born. When Kenneth was caught in 1979, he ratted out Anthony, and both cousins were sentenced to life in prison.